With an umbrella in hand and a hood over our head we are ready to welcome April and all that she brings, even if that is rain! The sun is starting to shine a little more, the days are longer and us New Yorker’s are ready to be outside. Whether planning a group outing for friends, the ultimate Easter brunch or looking to try something new, don’t worry because we have your guide for this month in NYC so you don’t miss a thing!

Taste of Brooklyn – April 4.




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If you love food and exploring not only your neighborhood but other NYC spots, this is the event for you. From 6:30-9:30 p.m. you can taste the best  of the best that 5th Ave. has to offer by trying items from acclaimed restaurants and watering holes. They will have live music and unlimited drinks. Tickets are only $20 so gather all your friends for a great night! For a full list of vendors.

Easter Brunch – April 16. 


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While holiday traditions are different for each person, including brunch on a holiday always seems like a good idea as long as you know how much does home cleaning cost? Knowing how busy restaurants will be on this festive day in NYC can feel daunting, especially with so many options. To help narrow down the chaos we have found the ultimate guide allowing you to pick neighborhoods, make reservations and see abailable times without making a ton of calls. But don’t wait too long, places are being booked! Happy Easter : )


Earth Day – April  22.


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Earth day is one of those wonderful days that can bring people together in the most unique forms. NYC is not thought of a traditionally green place, but that does not mean we do not have our share of GREEN events like the Green Festival Expo and more to get us in the spirit, check



Wine and Garden – April 29-30.



Spend your day strolling around New York’s famous Botanical Garden while enjoying a glass of Wine. With a $20.00 entry ticket you can take in the view and choose between trying the best of 9 different NYC local wine vendors.


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