Discover the Flavors and Wines of South Africa
In celebration of New York African Restaurant Week, Madiba Restaurant will partner with South African Airways to present a Taste of South Africa Oct. 18th from 7 pm to 9:30 pm. Along with free admission, attendees will receive a prix fixe dinner menu for $35 with a free complimentary drink. Enjoy great tasting dishes and wine from South Africa. One lucky patron will win round-trip airfare for two to South Africa (Durban, Johannesburg, or Cape Town) courtesy of South African Airways.
Discover All of New York’s Hit Attractions for Less
A New York CityPASS ticket booklet saves travelers 40% off admission to the Big Apple’s best attractions. Each booklet includes prepaid admission to the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Top of the Rock observation deck, 9/11 Memorial & Museum, and more. Visit us online for details and current pricing.
Enter The Digital Age of Broadway
BroadwayHD brings the magic of Broadway to fans both seasoned and new. It’s the only theater streaming service of its kind, offering viewers an unprecedented Broadway experience in HD and access to exclusive live streams – anytime and anywhere. In addition to live streamed content, BroadwayHD offers subscribers unlimited access to an on-demand lineup of over 200 theater productions and concerts from the comfort and convenience of their own homes, or wherever streaming is possible. It's Broadway, your way.
Broadway & Off-Broadway
Lisa Lampanelli’s Hilarious New Play About Our Relationships With Food
A lifelong dieter, a bulimic, a confident overweight gal, and a permanent size zero walk into a play...and what happens next could only be dished up by comedy mastermind Lisa Lampanelli. “Stuffed” features the comedian's signature wit and razor-sharp insight into the complicated world of our relationships with food. Also featuring, Marsha Stephanie Blake (Orange is the New Black), Nikki Blonsky (Hairspray – New Line Cinema), and Eden Malyn (House of Lies).
407 W. 43rd St.
Galleries and Museums
Visit the Latest Rooftop Exhibit at The Met
Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas has transformed the Cantor Roof with an intricate site-specific installation now through Oct. 29th, that uses the museum itself as its raw material. Featuring detailed replicas of nearly 100 objects from The Met collection, “The Theater of Disappearance” encompasses thousands of years of artistic production over several continents and cultures, and fuses them with facsimiles of contemporary human figures as well as furniture, animals, cutlery, and food. Each object—whether a 1,000-year-old decorative plate or a human hand—is rendered in the same black or white material and coated in a thin layer of dust. Photograph by Jörg Baumann. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1000 Fifth Ave. (at 82nd St.)
Shop 169 Years of Invention in One Place
Since 1848, Hammacher Schlemmer has served customers’ needs in ways that no one else does. From its humble beginnings as a hardware store on the Bowery, it has gone on to introduce the world to the pop-up toaster, the electric razor, and now The Killer Whale Submarine, a two-person watercraft that breaches and submerges just like the Orcinus orca after which it was designed. Flagship store open Mon.- Sat. 10 am- 7 pm, Sun. 11 am-6 pm.
147 E. 57th St.