Food/Drink in New York

    13 Sep

    Au Pon Pain Participating Cafés

    September 13, 2016

    2:00 pm To 5:00 pm

    Au Bon Pain is celebrating the release of their fall menu with a delicious free treat. If you’re a fan of chocolate, bread, or free food, we’ve got an announcement you don’t want to miss! Brighten up your Tuesday and satisfy your sweet tooth with one of Au Bon Pain’s freshly baked Mini Chocolate Croissants. One of the first items on their original menu, and a long-time guest favorite!

    On Tuesday, September 13 from 2-5 pm they’re giving away free Mini Chocolate Croissants at participating locations. Mark your calendars and come see them for a taste of something buttery, flaky and delicious.

    At participating cafes only, while supplies last. One free Mini Chocolate Croissant per customer.

    05 Sep

    Seaport Smorgasburg, 11 Fulton Street, New York, NY, United States

    September 5, 2016

    4:00 pm To 8:00 pm

    If you’re not heading out of town for Labor Day, you should head to The Seaport District’s Labor Day Live event.

    Labor Day Live at The Seaport District brought to you by Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Hornitos, Basil Hayden and Smorgasburg. Live music and food and drink specials on the cobblestones. Live music headlined by The National Reserve. Food and Drink Specials from Seaport Smorgasburg including a BBQ brought to you by Fletchers Brooklyn BBQ and samples of handcrafted Bourbon infused ice cream by Jim Beam.

    13 Sep

    September 13, 2016

    6:00 pm To 8:00 pm

    Join LMHQ for a welcome back happy hour featuring your favorite back to school staples, the morning heroes of simpler times – Captain Crunch, Sugar Smacks, Count Chocula and more!
    They’ll be bringing back your junior high dreams in a big, sugary way, complete with a splash of milk. Enjoy a cereal bar with limited edition cereals, some nostalgic favorites and milk from Battenkill Valley Creamery.
    What better way to fuel your jump back into the work saddle, meet new collaborators, and dream big, than to get sugared up with LMHQ? Oh, and they’ll also be screening the John Hughes classic The Breakfast Club. If cereal isn’t your thing, don’t panic. They’ll have some Brooklyn beers on hand.
    About LMHQ:

    Created by the Downtown Alliance and designed by Gensler, LOWER MANHATTAN HQ is a collaboration space for Lower Manhattan’s creatives and creators. Located at 150 Broadway, companies can come together here to collaborate, activate and accelerate their growth.

    LMHQ is a new kind of working environment featuring event space with state of the art a/v, meeting & brainstorming rooms, programming by NY Tech Alliance, workspace, coffee bar and on-site tech support. Meet us at LMHQ, and do more than just work.