By Rakhee Bhatt | July 30, 2015 | Lifestyle
Summertime in the city that never sleeps means that there's always something to see and do. Here are six things to cross off your summer bucket list before the season ends.
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Deliveries were made for Lazy Sundays, especially when they come in the form of pint-filled sweets from this decade-old establishment. Cool off with a hand-packed package of ice cream in flavors like their classic PB&J, the refreshing Illy Espresso with Brownie, or the decadent Southern Red Velvet. Consider your sweet tooth satisfied. Place an order on postmates.com. 30 Prince St., 212-941-9100
Get your weekdays started on the right foot with a visit to a Daybreaker event. Taking place in venues like Verboten in Brooklyn or on a sailing Hornblower boat, this electronic music dance party kicks off in the early morning, pre-work hours. All parties are alcohol free, with coffee and fruit-infused water available as replenishments. To find out about the upcoming events, sign up for the newsletter on dybrkr.com.
Rolling Stones inspired artwork from the New York Edition Hotel event on July 14th will now be featured at our gallery, located at 527 W 23rd Street. #HoerleGuggenheimGallery #RonnieWood #JasonDussault #IanWright #JumpingBull
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A painter since childhood, Ronnie Wood drew upon musicians and others that he admired to serve as the subjects for his work. This exhibit incorporates pieces featuring his Rolling Stones bandmates like Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Gallery-goers can also get a glimpse of Jumping Bull’s Coca-Cola can, which pays homage to the Stones’ famed “Tongue and Lips” logo. 527 W. 23rd St., 212-366-4490
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During the summertime, we prefer our films to come with amazing views. Thankfully, YOTEL is taking advantage of their plush outdoor terrace to screen movies like Roman Holiday, Some Like It Hot, and Clueless. Guests will receive high-quality wireless headphones to block out surrounding noise, and can also order drinks and snacks to enjoy during the showings. Purchase tickets on nyc.rooftopfilmclub.com. 570 10th Ave., 646-449-7700
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You haven’t lived until you’ve heard Shakespeare recited from the mouth of an inebriated person in a hidden library housed behind a 10-foot black bookshelf. After downing at least five shots of whiskey, actors from this society endeavor perform a 90-minute production from the playwriter where improvisation is, not surprisingly, hilariously incorporated. Round up the troupes. Purchase tickets on drunkshakespeare.com. The Lounge at Roy Arias Stages, 300 W. 43rd St., 212-957-8358
Lauren Hutton, Alicia Silverstone, and Coco Rocha are just a few of the famous faces that trust celebrity hair guru Adel Chabbi with their tresses. To beat the heat and humidity in the city, Chabbi recommends getting a textured long bob or “lob,” which complements all face shapes and transitions flawlessly into fall. 231 E. 58th St., 917-257-9080
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