July 2020 Top 7

NYC Beaches
Open for Swimming

Jump on In!

Just what the doctor ordered. Beginning in July, fourteen miles of NYC beaches are open for swimming and we couldn't be happier. Social distance with your group of family and friends and enjoy all the Vitamin D and salt water you can. Click below to find out more and remember to check with local authorities in case of any changes before you venture out.


Berry Picking

Superfood Fun

July is blueberry picking time! Along with blackberries and raspberries, you can pick this superfood berry at local farms in Long Island, New Jersey and in the Hudson Valley. Enjoy the fresh air, sunshine and a little socially distant farming this summer!


River Tubing

Delaware River

Worth the trip to NJ!! This river is lazy, the water is warm and the sunshine is sweet. Located approximately 1 hour outside NYC in Milford, NJ, escape the heat of the city and spend a summer afternoon floating down the river safely with friends.


Traipse Through the Treetops

Zip Line Adventures

Did you know you could zip line at the Bronx Zoo? And at Jones Beach? If you are afraid of heights, then this might not be for you but if you are an adventure seeker, check it out!



Chill in the Vitamin D Ivy Yard

The cocktail masters behind Secret Summer are launching a new health and wellness series at the beautiful LIC location, The Foundry. Relax, rejuvenate, and re-group in a small, intimate setting with social distancing and fresh air - escape the sounds of the city and treat yourself!


Tiki Chick

Aloha Frozen Cocktails!

This vintage-inspired Tiki lounge is now serving to-go cocktails and chicken (or spam) sandwiches to cool you off from the NYC summer heat. In addition to Independence Day, the month of July also includes National Pina Colada Day, National Mojito Day, National Daiquiri Day, National Tequila Day, National Fried Chicken Day and National Hawaii Day – so we thought Tiki Chick might be worth a trip this month!


Museum of Makeup

Pink Jungle in Meatpacking

Explore timeless beauty collections from the 1950’s in the Museum of Makeup’s inaugural exhibit, Pink Jungle. Currently set on Gansevoort Street in NYC, the museum will be a semi-permanent one, traveling to other US cities after 6 months. Explore vintage items from some of the most iconic beauties and brands.


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