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Restaurant visitors can experience the mysteries of being aboard a sunken boat while also enjoying fresh seafood onboard the Frying Pan. The Frying Pan was a former lightship, but eventually fell into disrepair and sunk due to a broken engine. It was bought by its current owners and repaired in the 1980s and now serves as a popular restaurant. However, the ship still retains its sunken look in the lower levels in order to acknowledge the Frying Pan's long history.
The Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers consists of two large rinks that see people of all ages trying their hand at different kinds of skating activities. The venue provides one with skating lessons as well, and these include classes for kids, adults, figure skating, and a lot more. The center is ideal to host a birthday party for your little ones too. It is open through the year and also has a pro shop on-site.
Dreaming of hosting your wedding, birthday or stage party on a private cruise? Then start the planning by calling the NY Yacht and Boat Charter. With a capacity of up to 1200 guests, it is ideal for corporate events and private parties. They have a variety of different sized yachts available, so there is sure to be something to fit your celebration. Boats come equipped with bar and catering services as well as live entertainment. This is your one stop party shop. Everything is taken care of for you: so all you need to do is call. From booze cruises to corporate events, NY Yacht and Boat Charter has you covered.
This seven-story building can be a dream come true. The interior is entirely customizable to whatever the customer wants it to be, and it can hold up to 1,000 people. The venue originally has a very traditional look with its brick and wooden finishings, however, all rooms can handle modern technology, giving the customer limitless opportunities with the venue. It can also handle business functions as well as casual functions.
Opened in 1983, Vortex Theater aims at presenting the works of emerging playwrights and encouraging the budding artists to develop their acting talents. Well-equipped with all the latest equipments, this theater has acquired a good reputation for staging delightful performances. For now, this theater aims at showcasing classical texts for the contemporary audiences. For further information, please check the website.
A lively addition to the thriving arts and culture scene of the city, Center 548 is a prominent exhibition and culture venue in Chelsea's Arts District. Housed in the former DIA Center for the Arts, this venue was opened in the September of 2010 after much modifications, and boasts an event space of 35,000 square feet (3,251.6 square meters). Sprawled over three levels, the venue is ideal for large-scale exhibitions, and the terrace at the top looks out over the Hudson River, thus increasing its appeal. Also available for private events, the Center 548 is one of the city's most accommodating venues. See the website to know more.
Celebrate your special day on the New York Princess as you sail down the Hudson. Be it a large party or a small private function, let this vessel and the amicable staff on board be your host. You can celebrate special private events like Mother's Day, Father's Day and Valentine's Day with your close knit group and the staff of this cruise will gladly be at your service. Get a great glimpse of the New York skyline as you commemorate a special day.
Pier 84, the largest of New York's piers is a lively hub of activity in the heart of the city. A multipurpose outdoor space, the pier is part of the Hudson River Park. With a number of fun outdoor activities, cultural events, concerts and more, it's a great place to check out for local events. A constant buzz of activity surrounds the place with families out with kids, people skating or biking, boat rides, kayaking and more. The newly constructed pier features an interactive play area for kids, that is both fun and educational. If you're just in the mood to laze, settle in with some music or a book and soak up the sun on the central lawn. A good place to enjoy a view of New York's skyline or take a break at one of the several cafes and eateries on the pier. Pier 84 offers an enjoyable day out for everyone. For details, visit the park website.
Cedar Lake Theater is a venue for many events, fashion shows, meetings, dance and theater performances. It seats 299, which can be increased to 500 and is regarded a small place by many standards. The theater offers on rent state of the art equipment for lighting, sound and video, and offer help in wardrobe, and scenery construction. Cedar Lake Theater has its own contemporary ballet company, that performs at Cedar Lake Theater only when in New York. The aim of the theater and ballet company is to support and help the growth of dance in New York. Tickets can be bought only online.
Lucky Strike is not just a spot to bowl but also a perfect place to relax, have a drink, or more (alone or with your friends). Embedded with around 26 lanes, it's simply a bowling paradise, where you can have a lot of fun dropping all ten pins every time. Needless to say, you should give bigger tournaments a shot. Apart from bowling, there are 10 billiard tables for those who prefer this game. Lucky Strike is proud to have Luxe, a lounge to relax and to party as well. Quite a few parties are held from bachelor parties to kids parties and more. Moreover, with great music, bottle service is also available. If boredom creeps in or if you need a stress-buster, you know where to drop by.
Built in 1939, the McKittrick Hotel closed down before its opening, owing to the World War II. The well-decorated rooms, antique furniture and lavish interiors were left abandoned. Until, the Punchdrunk production company decided to use this hotel for their innovative theatrical play Sleep No More. Instead of conducting drama on a single stage, at McKittrick Hotel every room has something different to offer; audiences can wander from room to room and be a part the act too. So while you are in town, do visit this hotel and be a part of the conniving and fearful world of Lady Macbeth, witches and other characters.
Chelsea is famous as an art district and Clampart is proud to be located in it. They specialize in 20th Century American art and also have a variety of prints and photographs from brilliant artists' who haven't received due acknowledgment. The works of art purchased from here have been placed at significant places all over New York city. An art lovers haven, this place is ideal to admire artistic creations.