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NYC Venues & Things-to-do of the week (January 17, 2018)

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The weather is dropping again this week, so you better get inside. If you have any great recommendations for me to try, please do send an email to [email protected]

Restaurant of the week

This one is an easy one because last weekend we found what could be described as one of the best bottomless brunch venues in Manhattan.

Pardon my French is in the East Village/Alphabet City area. It's bottomless, the service is FANTASTIC, the food was delicious and came out quickly, and the ambiance (while quite loud) is very cool for a Sunday afternoon.

Pardon my French

Bar of the week

This week's bar is something completely different but I think you'll like it. It's your quintessential NYC dive bar, with $1-2 Pabst, and plastic covering the sofas.

Welcome to the Johnson's in LES is quite simply the best.

Welcome to the Johnson's

Thing-to-do of the week

With it being so rainy and snowy outside, it's always good to recommend some more things to do that are sheltered. This week I'm recommending something that people keep telling me I should do. Full disclosure I have not been, but I hear great things for a day out doing something a bit different.

The Butterfly Conservatory at the Museum of Natural History is incredibly popular and only open until the end of May!

The Butterfly Conservatory

Local tip of the week

This week's recommendation comes from Karel H, a fantastic local human being!

Did you know:

Wednesday, January 1, 1840: First recorded ten-pin bowling match played at Knickerbocker Alleys, NYC

Bowling can be expensive in NY but it doesn’t have to be.

Gutter Bar just opened in Long Island City for great value bowling (and also have another location in Williamsburg)!


Josh Pugh

Josh Pugh

Josh is a business founding, digital marketing focused, charity driving, community builder from South Australia, living in New York City. After moving in 2017, Josh realized that there was an opportunity to curate and help the community of expats who moved to the United States – and launched America Josh. Josh is also the President of Variety – the Children's Charity of New York, Secretary at The Mateship Foundation, and Founder & CEO at Fortnight Digital.View Author posts

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