There really is such a thing as FOMO, especially on the weekends in the Big Apple. It may be small by area, but New York is packed with ongoings vying for your attention. "What to pick?" you may ask. "What not to pick?" we respond. YPlan’s about to make your decision a little more difficult (#sorrynotsorry) with bottomless brunches, a classic performance from the New York staple that is Blue Man Group, and more. Nobody said this would be easy, we’re just here add fuel to your FOMO fire. You’ll be sorry Monday ever came along.
CELEBRATE SUMMER AT ROBERT MOSES BEACH
Scenic, secluded, and utterly awesome, Robert Moses Beach is one hell of a place. Let TailBus take you there for a day of gasping at epic scenery and feeling warm sand between your toes. Complimentary mimosas will be served, beer specials will be held at Bar & Grill restaurant, and beach swag will be handed out on board. Then, upon arrival, the day is yours to spend soaking up the sights and sounds at Robert Moses Beach.
Get your tan on with YPlan (and sunscreen!) on July 25th; $42 [includes transportation to and from Long Island, mimosas, beach swag, and beach admissions; food and drinks not included in ticket price].
NY CRAFT COCKTAIL TOUR
Who can resist a good cocktail? That perfect blend of fruit juices, herbs, and spirits. The ornate presentation. The layers of taste that assail the tongue. This happy hour tour takes in some of New York's finest cocktail bars, with a steady supply of craft spirits, tutorials, and historical tales along the way. Three samples, included with your ticket, will warm the soul and keep the chatter flowing.
Even a master mixologist couldn’t resist this tour with YPlan on July 25th; $63.20 [includes tour and three cocktail samples].
BLUE MAN GROUP
This is not just a show, it's a state of mind. Having utterly redefined the New York theatre scene, Blue Man Group have put together a breathtaking show that continues to reinvent itself. The wildly popular performance at the Astor Place Theatre combines signature Blue Man Group moments alongside fun, exciting new pieces. Don't miss out on an awesome evening of entertainment.
Paint splattering and drumbeats begins with YPlan starting from July 24th at Astor Place Theatre; $55.
OUTDOOR PARTY: SUNDAY FUN DAY
When the sun sets and the stars come out to play, New York's party people follow suit. With an epic view of the Manhattan skyline, Long Island City is fast becoming one of the city’s trendiest 'hoods. Sunday is officially Fun Day as LIC Landing hosts quiet clubbing and live music on the waterfront. Three DJs will keep the tunes pumping at the outdoor party that's open to all ages.
Get this waterfront party started with YPlan in Long Island City this July 26th; $5 [drinks available to purchase]
BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH: 2 FOR 1
Please note that these tickets come in pairs. Grab a bud and get your brunch on.
The best thing about brunch? It runs all day. The best thing about brunch at Toloache Thompson? It's bottomless, so you know you ain't going home hungry. The appetizing menu includes:
- Roasted banana french toast
- Beef short rib tacos
- Breakfast burrito
In all, you get one entree, bottomless mimosas and sangrias, and 90 minutes of solid eating. Brunch is awesome.
Ask for another round with YPlan on July 25th at Toloache Thompson in Greenwich Village; $45 [two tickets for one price, includes one entree of your choosing and 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas and sangria].
BEST OF BROOKLYN WALKING TOUR
This intimate walking tour takes you through Williamsburg, Brooklyn's bustling and hippest neighborhood. You'll be exposed to the phenomenal culture that's bubbling over the East River, its history, and not to mention the creative street art by local artists. The biggest treat? The breathtaking waterfront and city skyline view at the end of the tour. Not bad.
YPlan dives inside the ever-changing hipster hub starting from July 24th; $32.
ART OF THE BLOW JOB
The Art of the Blow Job, brought to you by Babeland, is a NYC boutique that believes you should be having fantastic sex. Get tips from some top sexperts who'll teach you how to give great head and learn how to hit all the sweet spots. It's all about hand/tongue technique and Babeland has your roadmap to success. Don't say you weren't warned.
In-between-the-sheets naughtiness commences with YPlan starting from July 26th at Babeland; $28.
AN EVENING OF DARK REVELRY AT ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC
Ever since the Prohibition era ended, a ghost has haunted Liberty Theater. The Midnight Frolic will hurtle you directly into the 1920s to puzzle the mysterious death of Olive Thomas. After being handed a passport and part to play, you'll be swept up in the immersive theatrical experience, complete with showgirls, burlesque, and breathtaking aerialists. What really happened on that fateful night? Only you can find the answer.
The burlesque extravaganza can be experienced to the max with YPlan starting on July 24th; $69 [a $65 prix fixe dinner is available per person, reservations required].
FACE OFF UNLIMITED PRESENTS: 11TH HOUR
Anyone who knows a thing or two about improv knows that anything goes. 11th Hour is the brainchild of the acclaimed comedy group that has brought you BATSU!, Nads, and NYC Improv Face Off. This unpredictable comedy show will deliver hilarious-anything-can-happen improv to the stage, with plenty of sketches, songs, and performance art. It's a late-night filled with laughter that'll leave you doubled over in stitches.
Improv ‘til you drop with YPlan July 25th in the East Village; $8 [food and drink available for purchase].
Live music meets fresh food as City Winery gets Sunday off to the best possible start. Its Klezmer brunch sees virtuoso musicians supply the soundtrack while patrons linger over lox, bagels, and all manner of tasty treats. The KlezDispensers’ swinging music is the perfect accompaniment to the veritable feast on offer. Take your time and savor every last mouthful.
Munching and music galore courtesy of YPlan starting from July 26th at City Winery, SoHo. $10 [does not include food and drinks].
This post is brought to you by The Music Center.