Fall is so refreshing and cleansing, isn’t it?
There’s something so cozy about sipping a steamy drink in a cozy sweater while the chilly wind blows.
You can take advantage of everything autumn has to offer right here in your own backyard. That’s why we put this list of things to do in East Village.
6 Things to Do in East Village This Autumn
What do you love most about fall?
Maybe watching the earth’s beauty as the leaves change, and the first frost gently grips the leaves? Or maybe you just want to watch the Sunday games with bottomless mimosas – we don’t judge!
1. Take a Date for Bottomless Mimosas and a Stroll Through Gramercy Park
Give your bottomless mimosas an upgrade at The Winslow gin bar in East Village. The Winslow is the perfect blend of sophisticated and casual for a brunch date. If it goes well, take a stroll through Gramercy Park (we’re less than a ten-minute walk).
2. Snap Instagram Shots of Fall Foliage at Tompkins Square Park
It’s quite a challenge to take a bad photo at Tompkins Square Park – or any of NYC’s beautiful parks for that matter.
Throw on your formalwear or Halloween costume and grab a friend for a fall foliage photoshoot. Because, why not?
3. Curl Up with a Book and Blanket Along the East River
Is there anything better than a new hoodie, comfy scarf, hot tea, and a good book?
Take the relaxation outdoors before winter’s bitter cold hits. Grab a blanket and chair and set yourself up to read at John V. Lindsay Park while you watch the freighters roll by.
4. Fuel Up with the Best Brunch in East Village at The Winslow
Brunch in East Village at The Winslow has something for everyone. No rubber eggs here.
Our Executive Chef Nathan Pauley carefully curates the selection with a hint of British and Irish influence. You haven’t had avocado toast, eggs benedict, or a real Irish breakfast until you’ve stopped into The Winslow.
5. Grab Some New-to-You Fall Styles
A list of things to do in East Village this fall wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the area’s incredible vintage shops. Sculpt a fresh fall outfit and see what’s waiting for you.
6. Watch the Game with Some Friends
The Winslow gin bar in NYC is the East Village’s go-to place for rugby and European football. While not an official Arsenal bar, The Winslow plays all Arsenal and Six Nations games.
Of course, your favorite American leagues are all playing as well.
Make your reservation now for parties of ten or less. We’ve got a fully stocked bar with tonics and botanicals along with plenty of food that surpasses “good enough” by far.
Create Your Own Fall Traditions at Home in East Village
NYC is a special place to call home with tons of things to do in East Village this fall as we close out 2020. The Winslow gin bar in NYC is here to help you create new traditions with your friends and family (and maybe your most-hated rival fan-friend). Stop in and see us this autumn. Our kitchen is open, and the gin is plentiful.