more great things to do
Enjoy a performance by The Fiore Escape in the East Village on Oct. 15.
Stroll Through Hell’s
Kitchen: Food Tours by
Learn more about New York City’s
culture through this food tour, hosted by
chefs and guides from across the U.S. and
Canada. The tour features four tastings,
including Japanese BBQ, Argentinian
empanadas, assorted pastries and southern
homestyle fare. $99. 12:30 p.m. to 2:30
p.m. Location provided after booking New
York City, NY 10013.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20
Iron Chef Cooking
This team building cooking competition
by Cozymeal™. The three-hour culinary
experience will result in the preparation
of a 3-course meal. $135. 6 p.m. Location
and time provided after booking New York
City, NY 10038.
THURSDAY, OCT. 21
Opening of the One
Vanderbilt observation deck
The Summit One Vanderbilt will open
at Manhattan’s One Vanderbilt tower on
October 21. The newest observation deck
in New York offers views of Central Park,
Midtown and the East River. The viewing
room is a glass box covered entirely in
mirrors. Viewers travel over 1,200 feet to
the viewing deck via an all-glass enclosed
elevator. Ticket prices range depending on
the day and time.
Tour of the 53rd Street
This staff-led tour takes guests through
the interior of the 53rd Street Library, the
New York Public Library’s AIA award-winning
library, designed by Enrique Norten
and the fi rm of TEN Arquitectos. Free. 4
p.m. to 5 p.m. 53rd Street Library, Theater.
FRIDAY, OCT. 22
Phantom of the Opera
opens on Broadway
“The Phantom of the Opera” is the
longest-running show in Broadway history
PHOTO BY BOB KRASNER
and winner of 7 1988 Tony Awards® including
Best Musical. Based on Gaston Leroux
horror novel, the musical tells the story of a
Phantom who haunts beneath the stage of
the Paris Opera. The phantom falls in love
with the young soprano. Ticket prices range.
7 p.m. Majestic Theatre 245 W 44th St New
York, NY 10036.
Exhibition – Afterlives
Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted
Art- This exhibition traces the timelines of
individual objects before, during, and after
World War II, highlighting their unique stories.
Ticket prices vary. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Jewish Museum 1109 Fifth Avenue at
92nd Street New York, NY 10128.
Additional reporting by Bob Krasner
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