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10 Things to do in New York City

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By Sophie Brochu
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Tried & true or spanking new. Here’s a curated list of fun and delicious things to do in and around New York City this month.

1. Try the new vegetarian prix fixe experience at The Greek Tribeca. It includes 6-8 shared courses (think saganaki, shakshuka, and mezze platters) paired with natural wines, Greek spirits, and botanical cocktails.

2. Discover your next favorite fromage courtesy of French Cheese Board. These professional cheese experts offer French discovery boards with curated cheeses for pickup or delivery. They’re perfect for date night, book club, or game day festivities.

3. Shop the Union Square Greenmarket on October 23rd with chef Abby (Abigail’s Kitchen). Then return to the restaurant to learn how to cook your bounty. Together you’ll make a seasonal menu highlighting fresh produce.

4. Join JIN YUN FU Tea Shop for a Gung Fu tea tasting. It’s an ideal way to share, learn, and celebrate the exquisite world of Chinese teas, traditionally brewed and served by tea master, Olivia.

5. Join BABBO on October 21st for a special dinner celebrating the food and wine of Piedmont. The menu will feature braised beef, white truffle polenta, and hazelnut chocolate custard.

6. Calling all whiskey enthusiasts. Ring in the start of Whiskey Season at Death & Co. with an American Single Malt Symposium on October 18th. The event will feature a guided tasting of rare selections and light snacks.

7. Throw an at-home bagel party courtesy of Brooklyn’s Gertie. Their party boxes include a half-dozen bagels and bialys to which you can add house cream cheese, smoked fish, funky wine, and brunch cocktails.

8. Take part in a Swiss tradition and join Raclette NYC for a family-style experience consisting of unlimited tableside scrapes of any two varieties of raclette cheese. It’s melty, delicious, and perfect for fall.

9. Venture to Macari Vineyards in Mattituck, New York for a fall wine tasting. The waterfront farm has sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, while the vineyard has been recognized as an industry leader in regenerative agriculture, with a focus on organic and biodynamic farming principles.

10. Step into the realm of witches at a Witch Craft Halloween pop-up bar in Farmingdale, New York. This limited Hocus Pocus-inspired experience features cocktails, mocktails, and a Salem Eats menu that will run through the end of the month.

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