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New York City Things To Do in February

The month started with the end of the city’s 328 day snowless streak, but not a trace lingered beyond the morning after. Winter may be at a stand still but New York City continues to serve up things to do.

Fancy Cheese

Anyone remember the Melting Pot, a restaurant dedicated to the 1970’s craze of dipping all foods in melted cheese and ending with a pot of gooey chocolate and fruit? If cheesy goodness has been missing from your life, welcome to The Lauvaux. THE Swiss Wine & Fondue Bar with an Instagram worthy experience of dining in a 1970’s Gondola. Or book The Chalet (Alps vibes) in the veranda for a party of unlimited wine, fondue and charcuterie.

Super Bowl (February 12th)

Need another reason to gather with friends, mow down on snacks, and share a common goal of rating the best Super Bowl commercial? Pretty much any bar with a tv in NYC will have the game. Don’t leave it to chance or smooshed in a crowded bar, look for somewhere with reservations. Stout(multiple locations around midtown) is taking ressies with a $40 min spend/person.

Fashion Week (10-15)

It’s the time of year when the streets of SoHo are flooded with fashionistas, influencers creating content for the “internets” and paparazzi trying to capture the WOTD. We envy anyone who has coveted tickets to the top designers and front row status. If that’s not you, discover a new designer or up-and-coming one at Art Hearts Fashion shows with front row seating, VIP experiences, and after parties. Bust out the designer duds, step out on the streets and strut your stuff.

Black History Month (All Month)

NYC is one of the best places to celebrate the contributions of African American and Black people. Exhibits, films, special performances, and more fill the calendar this month. Too many to list here. 

Central Park Half Marathon (February 26)

Talk about hitting your resolutions early running a half marathon the second month into the year. Central Park is a motivating, picturesque landscape to run 13.1 miles, drowning out the city noise and traffic just beyond the trees. The best part of race day? Being a spectator and cheering on runners with the warmth of your Canadian Goose and a hot beverage. If you need more time to work on endurance, sign up for the Brooklyn Half Marathon in April. 

No complaints here with the lack of snow. And, while we’re waiting for the other (snow) shoe to drop, there is still food, fashion, fun, and fostering of history.

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