If your life is in need of some excitement, then you’re in good luck. You’ll find that Gemini Season is the complete opposite of boring; this extroverted zodiac sign is known for being the life of the party. Gemini’s ruling planet is Mercury, the planet of communication. Consequently, you might find yourself feeling the urge to step outside of your bubble for the remainder of the month. Get ready to party and mingle, because we’ve listed 5 spots around New York City for you to explore.
Take a walk on the wild side at Ponyboy. Located in Greenpoint Brooklyn, this cocktail bar is the perfect place to let loose on a night out. It's a fun spot to enjoy drinks, dancing and even sushi. Occasionally, they have live music to enjoy too, so grab a group of friends and embrace the lively energy this venue bar has to offer.
The quaint Parisian-inspired restaurant has a beautiful outdoor garden where you can enjoy macarons, coffee and pleasant conversation. Geminis are known for being inquisitive and curious, so make sure you try their innovative flavors and treats.
Enjoy some sunshine this month at the largest rooftop park in New York City. The 80,000 square foot space opened in April earlier this year, and makes for the perfect spot to have a picnic or stroll while enjoying panoramic views of Manhattan.
Spend quality one-on-one time with a friend or that special someone at The Met’s Date Night. On Friday and Saturday evenings from 5pm-9pm, the museum hosts a night of art, live music and more within its many galleries. Geminis are known for being intellectually curious, so any evening spent surrounded by masterpieces is an evening well spent.
Visit the spot that just earned its place on Forbes’ “World’s Best Cocktail Menu”. This legendary circa-1915 cafe serves curated cocktails and delicious light bites. Check out Dante NYC’s Martini Hour from 3pm-5pm for $10 martinis, and grab a table on a Friday afternoon to enjoy some live music with your drinks. New York Magazine’s top three recommendations from the menu are the Negroni on tap; the golden sbagliato and the bianco flatbread.