Chinese New Year
New York, NY, 10013
The oldest and most important festival in China is the Spring Festival, more commonly known in the West as Chinese New Year. The date of the festival is determined by the lunar/solar calendar rather than the Western (Gregorian) calendar, so the date of the holiday varies from late January to mid February.
New York Valentine's Dinner Cruise
W. 41st Street & 12th Ave,
New York, NY
Celebrate with that special someone on the New York Valentine's Day Dinner Cruise. As you sail around Manhattan, enjoy superb cuisine, sip fine wines, listen to romantic ballads or dance the night away.
The City Bakery
3 West 18th St,
New York, NY, 10011
February is hot chocolate month at City Bakery, with a different flavor each day!
The Ice Skater
600 5th Ave,
New York, NY, 10020
While some people make it a point to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular or Rockefeller Center's Christmas Tree during the holiday season, there's simply no comparison to the amount of people who glide across the frozen rinks of New York City every year.
Valentine's Day in New York
New York, NY
Every February, the Big Apple turns into one big heart! Let the New York City experts guide you to the clubs, restaurants, stores and events that will make this the best Valentine's Day ever for you & your sweetheart.