February 9, 2021
There’s nothing quite like New York City! Almost everywhere you turn there’s amazing food options, broadway showings, fabulous shopping and incredible views. Planning a NYC elopement this year? We’ve put together a list of 10 romantic activities you and your loved one can enjoy after saying “I do”.
Set sail for a night filled with delicious food, drinks and dancing! This all-glass, European inspired ship offers an elegant dining experience like no other. You’ll enjoy a three-hour cruise and three-course dinner during your trip — plus some of the most breathtaking, panoramic views of the city.
The River Cafe is well known around the world for its intimate, romantic setting. Nestled under the Brooklyn Bridge, this Michelin-starred restaurant boasts one of the most outstanding wine lists in the world. You’ll get some incredible views of the city while you toast to your new life together.
See the many iconic sights of the city from the sky! There are a number of different helicopter tours that you can reserve around the city, depending on where you’d prefer to depart. You’ll be able to see all of the best tourist attractions in about 30 minutes like the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, Chrysler Building and more.
Head over to Chelsea Market to grab a bite from any of their unique vendors before strolling the High Line outside. This 1.45-mile elevated linear park was created on a former New York Central Railroad. While you’re in the area, check out some of the local shops and bars in Chelsea!
One of the best views of Central Park and the city! The Top of the Rock Observation Deck offers beautiful sights (and makes a great photo spot!) seventy floors above the city. We recommend purchasing tickets ahead so you can skip the line during peak hours. Don’t forget your camera!
One of the most popular spots in Central Park, this massive grassy area lends itself well to picnic go-ers in the city. Grab a bottle of wine, some fresh cheese from a local spot and some banana pudding from Magnolia Bakery for your relaxing afternoon!
Hand-mixed cocktails from trained mixologists that only serve the best! In the evening, you’ll find live jazz music playing, a small-plate menu and specialty drinks. Looking for more of a party? Head to Le Bain on the rooftop featuring world famous DJs and an incredible view of the city.
A must-see while you’re in the city, the Met has something for every art or history lover. It’s one of the world’s largest and finest art museums with more than two million works of art spanning five stories. Plan to spend a few hours here if you’re visiting!
There’s nothing more romantic that a carriage ride through the park at sunset! If you’re planning to visit New York in the Fall, you’ll be surrounded by gorgeous leaves throughout the entire park. It’s truly a beautiful sight!
You can’t leave New York without seeing a show. Lincoln Center offers some of the most popular theater and dance options in the country. Make sure to pack more formal attire for this location depending on which show (and time of day) that you are attending.