Wondering what to do in the lovely month of May? Here are some editorial picks:
NYC Burger Week 5/1-5/7
New York is full of food, and New Yorkers love their burgers, there's no doubt about that. There are so many different kinds of hamburgers and lots of fun ways to eat them! Whether it's a hamburger brunch or perhaps a cheeseburger dinner, there's more than one way to eat this american classic.
Met Gala- Manus x Machina 5/5-8/4
1000 5th Ave, NYC
The Annual Met Gala is this week! The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced the new theme for this year’s Costume institute exhibition “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.” The upcoming exhibition will focus on the dichotomy between handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion. Sounds interesting? Stay tuned!
NYC Vegetarian Food Festival 5/7-5/8, $32.23
Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W 18th St
The sixth Vegetarian Food Festival is coming once again! Indulge & learn some helpful information about eating healthier and celebrate green together!
Japan Day 5/8 9:30am, Free
Naumburg Bandshell, Central Park 72nd St at Fifth Ave
If you miss Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s Sakura Matsuri, there is another event for you to experience Japanese culture.
Cuba Festival 5/10-5/22
175 Eighth Ave
As we know, Southern American dance is pretty enthusiastic. Come to check out Cuba Festival at The Joyce May 10-22. It features contemporary work by Malpaso Dance Company; DanzAbierta, with Showroom, a nod to classic Cuba's Tropicana Club; and a powerful Flamenco program by Irene Rodríguez Compañía.
Fleet week 5/25-5/31
Piers in New York
Have you seen “On the town” by Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Jules Munshin? You are probably very impressed by their song when they landed New York. And right now, “scenes”come true; sailors are coming to New York. In the end of the May, you can see a lot of them hanging out in New York. Get some picture with them, they are usually pretty friendly!
Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit 5/28-5/30 12:00pm, Free
Washington Square Park
W 4th St to Waverly Pl between MacDougal St and University Pl
Hundreds students from art school and artists display their works to the community. From paintings, sculptures, photographs, to jewelries, etc., you can find anything you like. Come to support them and have fun at the show!
Shakespeare in the Park 5/27-8/23
Delacorte Theater, Central Park
This year is Shakespeare’s 400 years’ legacy. Whether you are a New Yorker or visitor in New York, you must experience watching play.
Getting excited? Don't waste the sunshine. Let's go outside!