Enjoy an evening of the best finger lickin’ good barbeque in the city at iadventure’s first annual BBQ and Blues Blowout event. Held this Saturday July 28th at the Greenwich Village Country Club in Union Square, barbeque lovers will enjoy BBQ staples such as brisket, ribs, pulled pork, and barbequed chicken while sipping on a fine American lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon. During the event, up and coming singer/songwriter, Caitlin Bell, will be performing originals as well as covers while you're busy wiping barbeque off your face.
Circle Line is hosting its 4th Annual Rock of Ages '80s Cruise along with New York City Experience on July 18th. Tickets are $50 and include a summer bbq buffet, wine from B. Smith's Restaurant, beef from Heartland Brewery, champagne from 300 Bowling, sangria from Southern Hospitality, and energy drinks from HARD Engergy! To top off the quirky theme, '80s hair and makeup will be provided by Maximus Clark salon at the Oasis Day Spa. With all this and more, you are guaranteed to have Nothing But A Good Time!
Cast members from the Broadway show will be on board and there will also be a Rock of Ages on Broadway Scavenger Hunt, where you can win prizes and tickets to see the show. Dave and Buster's and Warner Bros will have a prize wheel with giveaways all night long and VJ Randy Esulto will be mixing your fave '80s videos!
You’re diggin’ your own grave if you're not in-the-know about Justin Timberlakes famed BBQ. That down-home, finger lickin' good restaurant Southern Hospitality BBQ will be launching their “Boozy Bluegrass Brunch” this Sunday, June 24th. And you can’t have a boozy brunch without, well, booze. SH BBQ is offering a drink special on their Bellini and Bloody Marys at just $11.95 for unlimited drinks. Yes, that's $11.95 for all you can drink!
Singer and actor Justin Timberlake created this southern themed restaurant, with friends Eytan Sugarman and Trace Ayala, with the idea of recreating the philosophy of southern hospitality right here in New York City. The goal: to be inviting, to be friendly and to serve food so good you’d swear you were in some small town in North Carolina, as opposed to the big city.
Sunday typically doesn’t get too much romance on the party front, but with the 84th Academy Awards happening on the 26th it's stepping up its game. What inspires joviality more than the entitled 1 percenters playing dress up on Hollywood’s largest playground? Fashion, celebrities, and accolades—the proverbial triple threat of party muses!
In celebration of the most prestigious of award shows, the glitterati loftily descend upon Hollywood—the least NYC can do is throw a couple bashes in solidarity! Whether in genuine admiration or outright condemnation, there’s a party for all. Here’s 5 Oscar Soirées to put some lovin’ back into your Sunday!
The most gluttonous Tuesday of the year has arrived! While NYC broods about in its usual Winter slump, down in New Orleans the furor is in full swing: decadence raining from the sky, indecency plying at every avenue, carnality incarnate—ah, the final, riotous purging of hedonism. The onset of Lent tomorrow marks the return of temperance and decency—if only for a few weeks—yet that doesn’t mean the denizens of NYC must abstain from their bacchanal urges. New Yorkers fear not, if only for today, succumb to the Dionysian allure throbbing within your veins.
Not everyone has $3k to drop on Superbowl tickets this year. So, where will you be going for the biggest sports day in America? If you still haven't made plans, have no fear, we've sifted through all the riff-raff and selected the best Super Bowl parties in NYC. Party on!
Get a premium open bar from kickoff to the end of the game, passed hors d’oeuvres, full buffet. There will also be Super Bowl prizes and even a meet & greet with autographs & memorabilia from NY Giant greats! Tailgate party: 4:30pm – 6:30pm. Drink specials include $3.50 Bud, Bud Light & Coors Light bottles, $4.50 well drinks, and $2 sliders
Bounce Sporting Club
Need an afternoon spot to rival with other fans during the Christmas Eve Giants vs. Jets game? Highland Park and Southern Hospitality have you covered! Duke it out with other fans with these all inclusive beer and grub packages. Starting at just $31 per person get a one hour open bar, appetizers and reserved table.
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Even if you're not able to be in New Orleans for the big day, you can still break out the beads and cause a raucous. It might not be the same as the real thing, but there are plenty of restaurants and bars that offer Southern charm and hospitality in good ol' NYC. Unless you're one of the lucky ones that either a) took today off or b) called in "sick" and are already knee-deep in hurricanes and jumbalaya, grab your crowd after work/class/etc. and put your party pants on. Mardi Gras (which means Fat Tuesday) is meant for eating and debauchery before Lent begins, so get ready - we've rounded up a few of NYC's most authentic Nawlins parties sure to fatten and rowdy up its patrons.
This year's world cup phenomenon will begin this Friday! What better way to enhance your World cup experience than by sharing it with friends, alcohol, and food?! We at joonbug.com have searched several places and found some tournament-ready venues for you to enjoy. So, follow us and check out where you want to be when the world cup starts!
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