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Unsilent and Unholy Nights in New York

Holiday alternatives fighting for your attention this season? Our picks give you a clear path to a riotous Christmas. Read more

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A Taste of Brooklyn

In the days approaching Thanksgiving, kiss your boring old palette goodbye, and get ready to savor some authentic Brooklyn tastings. Read more

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Cider, Spirits and Cemeteries

Here’s what you have to look forward to while New York City is busy transforming itself in time to celebrate Halloween! Read more

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The Great Big Bacon Picnic

Back in 2015 bloggers across the country squealed with praise for The Great Big Bacon Picnic, which set up shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Read more

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Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest may be the most generous of our nationally celebrated holidays. Read more

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The Play's the Thing

Would Malcolm Gladwell describe you as an outlier? Or, perhaps you’re a fan of anything that’s avant-garde. Read more

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Party Like a Patriot | Manhattan's Best This Fourth of July near Lex Hotel

Every Fourth of July, Macy loads up barges with colorful dynamite and coasts down the East River past crowds of onlookers, who gather in parks and on neighborhood rooftops. In anticipation of America’s 240th birthday, Lex Hotel is going to give Read more

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Walk on the High Side | Unique Greenway West of Lex Hotel

The best views of Manhattan aren’t found through the cramped window of a taxicab. In a city this big, give yourself a lot of room to breathe. For an attraction that’s worth a trek across the New York City grid, you’ll want to try th Read more

South Street Seaport

South Street Seaport | Near Lexington Ave Hotel

The historic South Street Seaport, just twenty minutes from our Lexington Avenue-area hotel, is the place to be for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Read more

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Brooklyn Vinyls

Scattered across all five boroughs, New York City is full of entertainment and art. And if getting a feel of New York’s local music scene is on your agenda, consider visiting Rough Trade. Located just fifteen minutes from our Lexington Ave hote Read more

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Come for the Coffee

If you’re a connoisseur of coffee or a devotee of tea, then you can’t miss the 11th Annual Coffee and Tea Festival NYC! From March 19th through the 20th, visitors can head to the Brooklyn Expo Center, just fifteen minutes from our Lexing Read more

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Celebrate the Chinese New Year

January 1st may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean New York City is done celebrating the new year! If you’re ready to ring in the new year again, check out the Better Chinatown Society’s celebration of the Year of the Monkey Read more