Haunted Gay Greenwich Village Piano Pub Crawl
Raise a glass to the ghost of Thomas Paine and learn about the history of Greenwich’s musical pub scene from a New York City theater performer. Follow a real musical theater performer on an interactive pub crawl through the eclectic and artsy community of Greenwich Village.
Sunday Night Jazz with Shirley Zafirau
This original jazz tour was created by Shirley Zafirau, your guide. It traces the 100 year evolution of Jazz in NYC from it's early 1900's introduction to the present. It begins in the center of Harlem near the now closed historic Lenox Lounge with a brief walk to the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, then past the famous Apollo Theater with a bit of local jazz history commentary followed by two Jazz Club stops. The first is an under-the-radar club in a Harlem brownstone that serves up delicious soul food, drinks and a hot international jazz jam session with Hammond B3, tenor sax, electric guitar, drum set, etc. We'll then travel via the 'A' train made famous by Ellington & Ella to a second more sophisticated club with live jazz, food & drinks. Before going to this club, Shirley will share some fascinating historical facts that illustrate the ironic "back to the future" aspect of this location. The evening ends approximately 11:00-11:30pm.
Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
Bike Rent NYC's Brooklyn Bridge Tour is our tour with the best views. We offer this tour once daily at 1 PM. You will meet at our store at 145 Nassau Street NY, NY 10038, near City Hall and the Brooklyn Bridget. From our store, you will be given a safety briefing by our guide and then you will go one block to the Brooklyn Bridget Walk entrance. This path goes through the middle of the bridge, and you are elevated above the car traffic below. All along the bridget are some of the most iconic photo opportunities and views in the world. The bird's eye views of Manhattan, the East River, the Statue of Liberty, and downtown Brooklyn will be an experience you won't forget! Once over the bridge in Brooklyn, the tour continues along the waterfront in the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and then back over the Bridget again. This tour takes approximately 2 hours.