Believe it or not, Summer is around the corner! 6 more weeks! So better get going on the Spring Activities in New York City. My list is long and I hope to accomplish most of them this season!
1. Stroll the grounds at Storm King
A way of being outside in nature and enjoying art at the same time. Looks so beautiful and interesting and fun in the Spring or Fall!
2. Eat at The Inn at Pound Ridge
Located a mile or so from our home in Pound Ridge, this restaurant is AMAZING and beyond belief. On the top of my to-do-list!
3. Attend The Book of Mormon
Last week, I had the opportunity to see Hedwig and the Angry Inch. I had no idea what I was getting into, so was a little stunned and shocked. That said, it was brilliant, creative, fun, and engaging. I loved being in Times Square and feeling like I was taking advantage of New York (less so at the end when I was wandering the street at 1030 pm alone and not able to find a cab)! Now, The Book of Mormon!
4. Eat my way through Smorgasburg
Food, views, sunshine, and more food!
5. Spend more time at the Liberty Science Center
Located in Jersey City, this monstrous museum can suck you and your family in for hours! Educational, fun, engaging, and well done.
6. Wander downtown and find our own hidden treasures
Days with no plans are the best to wander and explore.
7. Take a ride on Jane’s Carousel
Jane’s Carousel is one of the most picturesque places in all of New York. The best way to get to Jane’s, is by taking the East River Ferry — another adventure on its own.
8. Family Bike Ride on Governor’s Island
I AM MOST EXCITED ABOUT THIS ONE! The season opens up on May 23rd and then you can take your bikes and ride around the car-less island. I can *NOT* wait!
9. Cool off at Snowdays Shavery
This place is unreal. A must go to — heavenly shaved ice. I wrote a post on it back in November — when it was freezing and sub 40 temperatures, and now that it is Spring, I can’t wait to go back and eat some more. So delicious.
10. Eat at Brooklyn Fare Chef’s Table
Yes, I know not necessarily a Spring specific place, but there is something about eating a big meal with a big glass of Rose and not being too cold or not too hot…. that just sounds so good. And this place looks phenomenal.
Other ideas on what to do in NYC: Time Out, Thrillist, Newsday and Telegraph. A city filled of activities and dreams! What is on your list of activities for Spring 2015?