I just moved to New York City with my wife recently. It's nice being able to walk to the office every day. In fact we seem to walk everywhere now. We must walk 2-3, sometimes even 4 miles a day. I know it sounds like an excuse just so we can eat out more often. Maybe so but we are really beginning to love New York City. When I pair this with all the free theater tickets I receive being in the ticket business, things are really pretty good these days.
Now that we live here, we are starting to venture out much more and sample new restaurants, do more shopping and find nice little shops that we could not previously find in the local suburban mall where we used to live. We are discovering allot of wonderful new places to spend some time and enjoy life in the big city.
For those of you visiting New York City who may want to know about these great little secrets, please give me a call at 212-307-7050. I'd like to help you see more of the city on your next visit. Another cool thing you can do is go to http://www.nymag.com/ and check out some of their "things to do in New York City". My wife's friend gave us a subscription to New York Magazine as a housewarming gift. It's chock full of great things to do in New York for locals and visitors alike.
For instance, I found out that one of my favorite film stars, Oliver Platt, who is starring in Guys and Dolls on Broadway (opening night is March 1, 2009), has an older brother, Adam, who is the chief restaurant critic for New York magazine. Adam interviewed Oliver in this weeks magazine issue and asked questions about their childhood and the pressures of taking on the role of Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls. It makes for interesting reading. Sure I knew some things about Oliver Platt and Guys and Dolls but it was fun learning about a different aspect of Oliver's life. Anyway, I am hoping that the critic's love Guys and Dolls as much as I did when I saw it last week.
If you want tickets for the Guys and Dolls show at New York's Nederlander Theater, please give me a call at Applause Theater Service, right here in midtown Manhattan. It's a real New York type of old fashioned Broadway musical.
If you want to talk about other shows, check out our current Broadway Show list or give me a call when you have a chance. Applause is open 7 days a week and we're here to help visitors enjoy the city as much as we do.
Applause Theater Service
311 west 43rd street, suite 601
local phone 212-307-7050
toll free 800-451-9930