TTN’S May Short List
May 14, 2019By Susan Nieder Acunto & Karen Gens
May is the month of new possibilities and adventures. Here’s this month’s to-do list of cultural, culinary, and educational experiences.
SEE:The renowned Limon Dance Company May 29-June 2nd.
Location: Joyce Theater, Address: 175 8th Ave, New York, NY 10011
For a fabulous evening with fellow TTN'ers, mark your calendar for May 30th to meet up for the performance and the optional pre-performance dinner.
Ticket prices from $36-$48.
To join the TTN group, please contact Joyce O’Brien at email@example.com
*For the Love of Dance Sig
TTN TIP: Stay after the evening performance on May 30th for a chat with the dancers.
EAT:Intersection at Lexus has to be one of the most fun, delicious new spots in town. Walk right into the main floor Cafe for a coffee/croissant and eyeball the amazing Public Gallery Space. If you're feeling flush, opt for a delicious lunch on the second floor and even if you don't spring for a full meal take the walk 'up' to ogle their full service resto/lounge.
Location: 412 west 14th St.
TTN TIP: Don't forego a trip to the "Ladies," which is quite a design treat all by itself.
Honorable Mention: Vaucluse Restaurant -- Throw your weight around, stomp your feet and suggest sweetly to 'your peeps' for a post Mother's Day treat. Revel in Michael White's delectable French fare and posh atmosphere that offers deliciousness with a welcome "side" of friendly professionalism. vauclusenyc.com
*Superior Food Group Sig
JUST OUT:Re-Writing History -- A Black Ancestral Narrative has just been extended through May at the Andrew Freedman Home. A straight shot on the "D" train (exit at 167th street)-you'll only have a two block stroll to view artist Fabiola Jean-Louis' powerful, wonderful exhibit of photographs and sculptural paper gowns. THIS IS A DO NOT MISS!
Location: The Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
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