June NYC Events (06/03/21)

Pre Covid-19 we searched the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you didn’t have to.” We made it as easy as 1-2-3.
Covid has required some changes.

The best things to do in NYC this week

The best things to do in NYC this week includes the Harry Potter store opening, live music and outdoor performances
By Shaye Weaver Time Out New York

“If you’re looking for the best things to do in NYC this week or even today, there are tons of fun options. Early in the week, head out to Socarrat for flamenco or catch a free fitness class at Pier 17. Grab dinner at Time Out Market with your date or tune into a techno concert from the Cloisters.

For more ideas, scroll down to see this week’s best things to do in NYC.”

For a fuller discussion of these events head to TONY

Best things to do in NYC this week

  1. Time Out Market New York
  2. The world’s largest Harry Potter Store
  3. Seaport Fit
  4. The Juilliard School at Waterline Square
  5. The Museum at Eldridge Street reopening
  6. Sonic Cloisters
  7. The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival
  8. A Bark pop-up at Prospect Park
  9. Good Delivery Comedy
  10. “New York is Dead. Don’t Come Back”
  11. Flamenco at Socarrat Paella Bar Nolita
  12. Free “All Light, Everywhere” screening
  13. Good God comedy variety show
  14. “Live the Village”
  15. Doc NYC Inaugural Spring Showcase
  16. “Safe/Haven: Gay Life in 1950s Cherry Grove”
  17. UpDating
  18. Five public art pieces made with discarded plywood
  19. The Vessel in Hudson Yards
  20. A new secret backyard garden in Williamsburg
  21. “Top Dogs” at the AKC Museum of the Dog
  22. A new rosé pop-up in the Financial District
  23. Fulgurances at Greenpoint
  24. “Reclining Liberty”
  25. Daniel Boulud’s Le Pavillon at One Vanderbilt
  26. Little Island
  27. NYC’s only floating Mexican restaurant is now open on the Hudson River
  28. A contactless dumpling shop opening
  29. A sunset jazz cruise around Manhattan
  30. Seaport Cinema
  31. Bryant Park’s Fever-Tree Porch
  32. “Celebrating the Wins,” an outdoor art exhibit
  33. “Futures Ever Arriving”
  34. A startling new statue at 30 Rock
  35. “MELVIN EDWARDS: Brighter Days”
  36. A spectral ghost forest at Madison Square Park
  37. The Ready Rooftop
  38. The Green: An outdoor performing arts park at Lincoln Center
  39. A photo series honoring parents on the Manhattan Bridge
  40. Free movie nights at the Queens Drive-In
  41. Eataly x Color Factory downtown pop-up
  42. Gitano’s Garden of Love
  43. “Born in Flames: Feminist Futures”
  44. Get a 5-cent hot dog at Coney Island
  45. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Roof Garden Commission
  46. Coby Club
  47. “Spineless” at the New York Aquarium
  48. “KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature”
  49. Sweet Pickle Books
  50. Go to Coney Island
  51. The Hayden Planetarium Space Theater
  52. “Awaken: A Tibetan Buddhist Journey Toward Enlightenment”
  53. “Geometric Properties” at ARTECHOUSE
  54. The Frick Madison
  55. So Ready for Laughter: Bob Hope and World War II
  56. Live music at these NYC piano bars

Time Out New York is one of the best sites for comprehensive NYC information. I find myself checking it out regularly. You should too.

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