New Yorkers move to New Jersey for larger houses, so why not visit our neighboring state for larger bars too? When I first walked into Zeppelin Hall, I was amazed at the height of the ceilings, the multitude of picnic table seating and the fact that there were two enormous rooms plus a spacious backyard, each with their own bar.
With four floors of educational exhibits, Liberty Science Center provides hours of family fun. Now through March 2nd, football fans can explore Gridiron Glory, a display of NFL memorabilia that includes jerseys, balls, historic documents and more. You can even try on helmets and padding like those worn by players. Nearby, you can also learn some of the training moves football players use to practice at Training Camp.
New York City has a lot to offer—Broadway shows, awe-inspiring architecture and a plethora of restaurants, which run the global gamut. I mean, where else can you have maple bacon popcorn on a Monday, chicken tikka masala on a Tuesday, whiskey-infused wings on a Wednesday and anything and everything else to round out the rest of your week? Unfortunately, with the wide variety of eateries in NYC, surrounding areas—namely New Jersey—take a back seat.
There’s nothing greater than having fun and giving to charity, and you will get a chance to do both this Friday, August 24, at Pole Position Raceway in Jersey City, N.J. The indoor kart racing company will host the first annual Pole Position Raceway “Racing with the Pros” Charity Event from 7 to 10 p.m. in collaboration with beverage company Monster Energy and Street League Skateboarding.