Save on Broadway shows, downtown hotels and dinner
Steps from Times Square and Bryant Park, this hotel is enveloped by top Manhattan sites. Rates are discounted by 40%.
Stunning views from the inside of the hotel greet guests, while numerous iconic Manhattan sites are within walking distance.
Ring in the New Year at the swanky Nios Restaurant and Wine Bar and save half off regular prices.
Come one, come all: See the sights under the big top this holiday season for up to 60% off with this deal for Big Apple Circus at Lincoln Center.
After touring around the world, "The Illusionists" has arrived on Broadway featuring seven top magicians, including "Anti-Conjuror" Dan Sperry from "America's Got Talent."
Time Out New York raves that Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller is "phenomenal" as legendary songwriter Carole King.
Entertainment Weekly says "the laughs come as fast as pulls on a slot machine."
Sit down to an authentic Brazilian dinner for two with your choice of wine, caipirinhas, sangria or beer and save more than half off the regular price.
USA Today praises Café Figaro in downtown Burlingame as "a cozy restaurant, serving home-cooked Italian meals."
The pre-Broadway, world premiere of "Airline Highway" by Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D'Amour ("Detroit") and directed by Joe Mantello (“Take Me Out,” “The Last Ship,” and “Wicked”) opens at Steppenwolf this December.
Steps from Broadway theaters, NIOS makes a swanky post-show stop. Save 45% on lunch or dinner for two.
Julia's on Broadway "lets its hair down" (Frommer's) with its popular drag celebrity impersonation show. Check out its Friday or Saturday night shows, or Sunday matinee show.
"Stomp" makes music with all kinds of unconventional instruments -- including the kitchen sink.
Fuerza Bruta, the group that pioneered immersive theater, is back Off-Broadway with its next show "Wayra."
Tented and heated, the "rooftop retreat" (Zagat) at Haven has been transformed into a cozy Moroccan escape. Reserve a table for dinner or drinks.
Starring Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson, The Chicago Tribune calls the show "strikingly funny."
Save as much as $50 on "Chicago The Musical," a hit with Broadway audiences for more than 17 years.
Save up to 70% on tickets to see "Defending the Caveman," a critically acclaimed show full of comedic observations on the gender gap.
Save on flights to New York City this winter and spring from cities across the country
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