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New Fun Times in January for New York City

New Fun Times in January for New York City

Baby, it’s cold outside. That is no reason, though, not to enjoy some of the best hot new offerings in the city.

In Meat Packing the always fun STK Downtown debuted their brand new “Classic Hour” and #STKSliders menu. Delicious options included beef, crispy chicken, pulled pork, mushroom and shrimp. Each is made with delicious perfection and melts in your mouth. There is no better way to warm up.


STK Sliders

STK is now offering the new selects, along with an upcoming Super Bowl package that is sure to be fun and filling with menu items including Fire Alarm Turkey Chili Baked Potatoes, Buffalo Chicken Wings, Kobe Hot Dogs and Texas Style BBQ St Louis Ribs. For tickets visit here.

And, in Midtown Howl at the Moon, which recently toasted the opening of its 17th location in the country, is offering up some great nights. It is home to a high-energy, interactive music experiences that’s been a nightlife staple in cities across the country from Los Angeles, to Boston for the last 25 years.

Howl’s Musical Director James Nathan Hopkins along with his fiancé Debbie Christine Tjong and band-mates Khalil Overton, Danielle Boucher and Josh Lavine this week brought down the packed house, each playing five instruments in addition to belting out hit after hit in a show that didn’t stop. Guests in attendance got to request songs from these unbelievably talented “human jukeboxes” and then immediately listen, dance and sing-along to Frank Sinatra and Billy Joel classics, new hits from Drake and Beyonce and everything in between.

Howl at the Moon (Andrew Werner)

Howl at the Moon (Andrew Werner)

Howl’s new NYC dinner menu boasts 9 different sandwiches along with 6 burger options like their Breakfast Burger complete with a sunny side up egg and 3 Little Pigs Burger with bacon, ham and BBQ pork. Head mixologist Baylea Morgan serves up fun-filled and fruity cocktails including signatures like the St. Germaine Lemonade and Sunglasses at Night.

Instead of a bottle list, Howl boasts a shot list with options like Pineapple Upside Down Cake and Cinnamon Toast Shooter in addition to super-sized 86-ounce Hurricane, Painkiller and Fruit Roll Up buckets, perfect for larger parties. Howl also serves up 13 rotating specialty beers and 17 classic favorites by the draft and bottle.

Howl is now open Wednesday through Saturday with plans to expand to seven night a week this spring. For more information, visit Howl at the Moon.




ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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