HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Warwick: Shakespeare in the Park
Standing in line for free tickets to Shakespeare in the Park is a New York City ritual. But hey, if you can skip the line, who’s arguing? Enter Warwick Escapes — NYC Culture Package: breakfast buffet for two, free WiFi and four tickets to Shakespeare in the Park. Or bump it up to the Summer Romance Package and add a Zabars picnic basket (filled, naturally), a Warwick picnic blanket, a map of Central Park and those tickets. Culture packages start at $225 a night, Romance from $325. To learn more...READ ON
FROM THE BLOG
If it’s late July it must be NYC Summer Restaurant Week — the lip-smacking week in name only that stretches just short of a month and serves up three-course prix-fixe deals designed to stave off summer doldrums (and keep restaurants humming during the slow season). This summer’s magic numbers are $25 (lunch) and $38 (dinner). …READ ON
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