What's New In New York This Month?

Get Your Tickets for One of the Most Spectacular Shows on Broadway

The Phantom of the Opera continues to be one of Broadway’s greatest attractions. Gaston Leroux’s thriller following a beautiful young soprano and the mysterious masked figure who loves her, has achieved legendary status as the longest running Broadway show of all time. Experience it in its full iconic splendor. Exquisitely produced and performed, this is truly musical theatre at its finest.

Majestic Theatre
247 W. 44th St.
212.239.6200 
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Save 30% at Carnegie Hall with Distinguished Concerts Singers International 5/24

Save 30% on Friday, May 24, as DCINY presents Vocal Colors, a celebration of choral arts. Highlights include composer and conductor Alexander L'Estrange leading the Distinguished Concerts Singers International in his original work Zimbe! Conducted by Matthew Melendez, the Great Bend Chorale performs the world premiere of the group's commissioned work Borders by composer John Muehleisen. Director Kurt Eckhardt leads the Newtown High School Wind Ensemble in a program of instrumental music. Use discount code DCG30382 online, over the phone or in person at Carnegie Hall to save!

881 Seventh Ave.
212.247.7800
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Shop Lavish Interior Design on Famed Park Avenue

Scully & Scully opened its doors in 1934 and aspired to provide the world's finest home furnishings and gifts in a gracious and beautiful atmosphere. Now celebrating 85 years, the perennial company continues to set the standard for upscale home decor. “Scully & Scully has the best selection of fine china, crystal, silver, and furniture in the country.”

504 Park Ave.
800.223.3717
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Experience the Best Unparallel Views of Manhattan in Midtown

With sweeping views of Central Park and Manhattan’s Midtown and Downtown skyscrapers, the view from Top of the Rock is truly unforgettable. Learn the history behind the iconic Rockefeller building and take the sky shuttle to the top to enjoy three indoor and outdoor viewing decks, including the 70th floor open-air roof deck with no metal or glass enclosures for the perfect photo op.

30 Rockefeller Plz.
877.692.7625 (to purchase tickets and for more information)
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Times change. Our steak doesn't.

A lot has changed since 1977—phones, cars, the relative tightness of jeans. But Smith & Wollensky has remained the same. The iconic building, the no shortcuts preparation, the legendary waiters, the USDA prime, dry aged steak, none of it has changed with the times. Why should it? It's like they say ... if it ain't broke, don't put a parsley sprig on top of it. Smith & Wollensky, unchanged since 1977.

797 3rd Ave.
212.753.1530
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Save 30% at Carnegie Hall with Distinguished Concerts Singers International 5/26

Sunday, May 26, DCINY presents the music of Pepper Choplin and the music of Mary McDonald at Carnegie Hall. Maestro Jonathan Griffith leads the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International with Mary McDonald (DCINY composer-in-residence) on piano. Conductor Miran Vaupotic returns to the DCINY concert series for a performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 2 played by Dmitry Ishkhanov on piano.  Use discount code DCG30382 online, over the phone or in person at Carnegie Hall to save!

881 Seventh Ave.
212.247.7800
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