EVENTS: What To Do July 4th Weekend (7.1.19)

EVENTS: What To Do July 4th Weekend (7.1.19)

For those who enjoy an empty city, July 4th is your weekend. Below we’ve rounded up some of the festivities going on to check out if you’re going to be in town…

SEAPORT DISTRICT

The Seaport District invites residents and visitors to celebrate among colonial architecture and cobblestone streets. Specials include:

-Garden Bar, the outdoor mainstay, will feature rotating DJs from 12-9p in partnership with Summer Sounds presented by Heineken.

10 Corso Como Restaurant and Café will host an all-day Aperitivo hour featuring traditional Italian bites and cocktails.

-Cobble & Co gets festive with special menu items, such as a Firecracker Burger and two cocktails, The Betsy Ross and Lady Liberty help guests celebrate in style.

-The Fulton is hosting a ticketed cocktail party with food, alcohol and access to a special viewing area for the Macy’s fireworks. Tickets are $300 per person until June 19 and $500 per person after June 19.

Additional details:

Free water stations will be provided by Event Water Solutions. Fireworks start at 9:20pm.

 

TRIBECA

Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs July 4th BBQ Cookout - TriBeCa’s iconic pink building will be serving an all American inspired menu for lunch and dinner in celebration of Independence Day on July 4th. 

A Summer Day Café 4th of July Staycation - Visit for a staycation themed menu loaded with all of America’s favorites, from ribs and sliders to corn on the cob and fries! This menu will be available for lunch on July 4th as well as brunch on Saturday and Sunday of the holiday weekend.

Yves July 4th Family Picnic Pre & Post Fireworks - Situated one block from the Hudson River and prime firework viewing, Yves will be serving a picnic-inspired meal to celebrate America’s birthday!

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