What's New In New York This Month?

Find Luxurious Designer Goods at A Second Chance

For 23 years, this family owned and operated boutique has maintained leadership in luxury resale. A Second Chance is known for its incomparable collections of new and pre-owned Chanel, Hermès and Louis Vuitton, as well as its refined selection of other designer goods.

1111 Lexington Ave., 2nd Floor (btw E. 77th & E. 78th sts.)

155 Prince St. (btw W. Broadway & Thompson St.)

Choral Concert Celebrates Music of Two Talented Composers

Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY) presents “I Hear America Singing,” the music of André Thomas and Greg Gilpin. The concert, featuring both Thomas and Gilpin as guest conductors, will take place on Sunday, March 19, 8:30 pm, at Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage). Thomas is the Director of Choral Activities and Professor of Choral Music Education at The Florida State University and a talented composer/arranger. Gilpin is an ASCAP award winning composer and arranger who is presently the Director of Educational Choral Publications for Shawnee Press.

Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Ave. (at W. 57th St.)

Enjoy a Glass of Wine with Your Burger at Fig & Olive

During brunch and lunch through the end of April, Fig & Olive’s Meatpacking and Uptown locations are offering the Fig & Olive Burger with a glass of pinot noir (Henri Darnat, La Jumalie Rouge, Brugundy, France) for only $25. The beef burger is topped with tomato, pickled onion, choice of cheese and chef’s sauce.

420 W. 13th St. (btw Ninth Ave. & Washington St.)

808 Lexington Ave. (btw E. 62nd & E. 63rd sts.)

Get Ready to Laugh at the Gotham Comedy Club

Catch Adam Ray at Gotham Comedy Club! Ray is a comedian who presently hosts the TBS comedy game show “Separation Anxiety,” and also was seen in the recent reboot of “Ghostbusters,” as well as the hit comedies “Spy” and “The Heat.” Tickets range from $26-$115. Save $1 on your order by sharing this event with your friends at the checkout when you purchase your ticket online here. Performances are March 10 at 8 pm & 10 pm, March 11 at 8 pm & 10 pm and March 12 at 8 pm.

208 W. 23rd St. (btw Seventh & Eighth aves.)

Dine and Dance as You Cruise Around Southern Manhattan

Enjoy a three-hour tour of New York Harbor on one of Hornblower’s sophisticated New York City Lights dinner cruises. Indulge in a decadent three-course dinner and after-dinner dancing as you take in classic NYC sights like the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the iconic Manhattan skyline. Premium bar upgrades are available and onboard entertainment includes a live DJ so you can dance the night away. Cruises start at $145 and depart from Pier 40 in the West Village. Board at 6:30 pm and then cruise from 7-10 pm on Saturdays in March, and Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from April-December.

Pier 40 in the West Village
353 West St. (at the Hudson River)

Shop the Nation’s Premier Fine Art & Antiques Mall

Founded in 1974, The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center in Midtown is the nation’s largest with 100 galleries and over 40 categories representing America’s top dealers in every category of arts or antiques. This veritable treasure trove of all that is beautiful, fascinating and unique for sale boasts three floors of fine art from the U.S. and abroad, silver, jewelry, antiquities and other decorative arts and objects. The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center is a must-visit for art lovers and collectors, or those just looking to be visually inspired. Open daily to the public—10:30 am-6 pm Monday-Saturday and noon-6 pm on Sunday.

1050 Second Ave. (at E. 56th St.)

Modern Greek Hospitality in the Heart of the City

Greek hospitality has an ancient history: one that is inextricably linked with friendship, food and libations. At Nerai, you’ll find a thriving, contemporary take on this warm tradition, as well as the freshest possible seafood (with a particular focus on sustainability). In the hands of Executive Chef Chris Christou, Greek flavors are honored while being elevated in preparation and execution, making for dishes you’ll remember long after your meal. Nerai also has an extensive wine list that highlights well-known wines and producers, as well as small Greek producers making fine wine from varietals that go back thousands of years.

55 E. 54th St. (btw Park & Madison aves.)

Dine at this Beloved, Family-Owned Italian Restaurant

Patsy’s, a celebrity favorite since 1944, was Frank Sinatra’s choice when in New York. Generous portions and a family-friendly atmosphere make the restaurant feel like home. Patsy’s signature award-winning marinara sauces and authentic artisanal pasta are available at Patsy’s New York location and at better grocers nationwide.

236 W. 56th St. (btw Broadway & Eighth Ave.)