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Cocktails & Apps at Essex Restaurant | Orchid Evenings at the NY Botanical Garden

Wednesday, March 2

 
 
Essex Restaurant

$40 Cocktails & Appetizers for Two

This NY Mag Critics' Pick blends Latin and Jewish influences into its distinctive cuisine. Next door to Essex Street Market, the restaurant also highlights cheese and fish from the market's stalls. You and your guest will enjoy two appetizers like potato pancakes, seared ahi tuna, and pork belly tacos with avocado-cream sauce plus four cocktails. You can also opt for the dinner for two for $60 or the dinner for four for $110 at this perennial hotspot. More ›

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Bling Spa

$55 Manicure & Pedicure

This fashion-forward salon offers premium manicures and pedicures, as well as fun and funky nail art. For $55, get a classic manicure and pedicure. Your stylist will file, shape, trim and polish your nails, and your feet will soak in mandarin-orange and mango sea salts. Bling Spa is open until 8 p.m. six days a week and until 7 p.m. on Sundays, making it easy for clients to stop in after work or before an evening out. More ›

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Integrated Movement Xercize

$49 for Three Pilates Reformer Classes

IM=X (Integrated Movement Xercise), on Madison Avenue, combines the toning and lengthening benefits of Pilates with bursts of strength and cardio training. Pay $49 and get three semi-private classes from one of the studio's master trainers. Each class includes only four participates to ensure you receive personalized attention and guidance. You can also take five classes and see even better results for $69. More ›

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Secret Ingredients

$125 VIP Ticket to a Six-Course Dinner

On Sunday, March 13th you can be wined and dined with wine pairings and a six-course meal at Toshi's Living Room in the Flatiron. This Secret Ingredients dinner is from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and includes plates like crispy won ton chips topped with tuna tartare, lamb ragu, prosciutto-wrapped nectarines and angus short ribs. You'll also get access to the second level lounge and private bar, and receive a gift bag just for attending. More ›

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The New York Botanical Garden

$29 Admission for One to Orchid Evenings

Surround yourself with thousands of stunning blooms with a cocktail in hand during this annual celebration of orchids. Pay $29 to attend Orchid Evenings and enjoy a specialty drink inspired by the vanilla planifolia orchid. The nation's largest exhibition of orchids, the annual Orchid Show features elaborate and kaleidoscopic displays of magnificent flowers, which explode in an amazing array of colors, shapes, sizes and textures. More ›

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Nighthawks

Two Days Left! $39 Bottomless Cocktail Brunch for Two

Spice up your weekend with a bottomless cocktail brunch for two at Nighthawks. Located in the heart of the West Village, this family-owned hotspot is the perfect place to admire chic crowds as they walk by the floor to ceiling windows. For $39 get two entrees from the full brunch menu, plus bottomless mimosas, bloody marys and bellinis. With a range of benedicts, griddle classics and healthy salads there is bound to be something that suits your taste. More ›

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