Just because it’s still below 30 degrees outside in New York doesn’t mean that you can’t start planning for all the amazing music festivals coming up this spring and summer. The country will be riddled with festivals from March all the way until the end of the summer, so it’s time to start booking your tickets and hotel rooms…or tents! If you’re planning on being in New York for Gov Ball or Electric Daisy Carnival, book a room at Hotel BPM and enjoy the convenience of staying in Brooklyn.
This little break from all the snow and cold is a good enough reason to fill your weekend with all that’s going on in NYC. Take advantage of the “warm” weather in the coming days and cram in some music, art, and of course food and booze…before it starts to snow again!
Valentines day seems to be the most dreaded holiday of the year. And on top of that, this crazy winter storm sweeping the east coast doesn’t seem to be helping. But that’s no reason to stay in and drown yourself in a bottle of red wine and boxes of chocolate. Whether you’re spending the day with your significant other or your best friends, there’s a place for everyone to go to spend with their loved ones.
With all of these winter storms, it seems harder and harder to get out of the house. But a great cocktail at a great bar may be just the push you need to make the journey to one of these bars in Brooklyn. Whether you enjoy classic cocktails, craft beers, or a honky tonk band, check out some new bars and some neighborhood favorites.
This weekend is sure to be nothing but hot wings, beer, and crazed Seahawks and Broncos fans. So whether you’re a football fan or not, ditch your sunday brunch and hang out at one of these local NYC spots for a fun and festive Superbowl Sunday. Keep it low key at Nitehawk Cinema or get a bit rowdy at Bark Hot Dogs for their Tailgating party.
Looking for that perfect cup of coffee to keep you company on this frigid winter day? Well New York City certainly has no shortage of coffee shops, and Brooklyn is home to some of the best coffee around. As a New Yorker, you basically run on coffee, but it’s nice to be able to grab a cup o’ joe and not necessarily be on the go.
Finding something fun to do doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank, especially when you’re in Brooklyn. So keep your money in your wallets and make the most of what Brooklyn has to offer on a budget.
It’s a new year and time to put those New years resolutions in motion. Hopefully one of those resolutions is to travel more, and what better place to visit than one of the top destinations on the rise in the U.S…Brooklyn! There’s always a ton going on in Brooklyn, and these are just a few things to do and places to visit while you’re here. So book a room with us ASAP and come see all that Brooklyn has to offer.