Try Something New This Valentine’s Day In New York City (Three Outrageous Ideas!)By Delaina Dixon | February 14, 2019 | Lifestyle
It’s Valentine’s Day, Divas! Ready to try something new on V-Day? Check out these events you happening in New York City that add a little twist to this day of romance!
Jose Cuervo Tradicional Presents Salsa Party @ Brooklyn Museum. Spend Valentine’s Day with art, tequila and dancing inside the Brooklyn Museum. Cuervo Tradicional, Mexico’s original tequila made with 100 percent blue agave, has teamed up with the museum to host their monthly Salsa Party during the new “Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving” exhibition, the largest U.S. exhibition in ten years devoted to Mexican famed artist Frida Kahlo. It includes a collection of her clothing and other personal possessions. Sip tequila as you dance to salsa! Festivities start at 6 p.m.
Single, Taken, or It’s Complicated @ Hotel Chantelle. Hooked up? On your own? Can’t place a label on what you got? Doesn’t matter. Sip some bubble, grab gourmet treats, mingle and celebrate being in whatever status you’re in at this fun OK Cupid-sponsored “Single, Taken, or It’s Complicated” event at Hotel Chantelle. Each guest will receive a color-coded micro rose at the door to signify their relationship status. Inside, enjoy complimentary astrology readings by Jane Of All Trends, Love Language evaluations by NYC’s elite LastFirst Matchmaking and tons of music and photo opps. Festivities start at 9 p.m. Tickets available on Eventbrite.com.
Valentine’s Dinner & Show @ The McKittrick Hotel. Enjoy a romantic dinner for two in The Club Car, get cozy in a winter rooftop at The Lodge at Gallow Green, and enjoy the hit experiential show Sleep No More at inside the eclectic walls of The McKittrick Hotel. The night can include these fun activities:
Feast on a sumptuous dinner in The Club Car ($125-$175 dinner only, $230-$280 with Sleep No More, seatings from 6-10:30 p.m.), prepared by Executive Chef Pascal Le Seac’h. Lovebirds will be swept away by lavish décor, impeccable service, and a three-course meal paired with wine, beer or bubbly. The sophisticated sounds of a live jazz band and option to request a private train car make for a swoon-worthy affair.
Cozy up at The McKittrick’s winter rooftop cabin hideaway The Lodge at Gallow Green (seatings from 5-10:30 p.m.) for signature hot cocktails, seasonal brews, warm fondue, and small plates by the hotel’s chef. Perfect for sharing in the rustic setting while canoodling in a private nook or by the fire.
Continue on to Sleep No More ($119.50-$300 show only, $230-$280 with dinner in The Club Car before of after the performance, 7 p.m.), the heart-pounding and sexy reimagining of Macbeth. Hold each other tight as you discover scenes of lust, exorcism, murder and despair around every corner, and race to follow the character or explore the room that compels you most.