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17 Most Romantic Things To Do In NYC For Date Night

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New York City is known for ambition and hustle, more so than romance, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a romantic city. In fact, there are so many romantic things to do in NYC for a date night with your loved one, it can be hard narrowing down your options.

Of course, you can always do something traditional like a meal and a broadway experience, as there are always new restaurants to try and new plays to see.

But there’s so much more than that! There’s something so magical about the glittering lights of the city that never sleeps, creating a romantic atmosphere for whatever you do.

But if you want to make your trip to New York City with your loved one a little more special, then take a look at these romantic things to do in New York City and get planning your perfect romantic escape.

Romantic Things to Do in NYC

There are endless things to do in NYC for couples any time of the day. Whether you’re a new couple in love or you’ve been married for years, you won’t ever run out of special things to do as a couple.

If you are looking for things to do on a date in New York City, try any of these ideas below, you will both love them!

1. Steve Cohen’s Chamber Magic

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Me and my boyfriend at Millionaire Magician

Without a doubt, one of the most unforgettable date nights in New York City is an evening with the Millionaire’s Magician, otherwise known as Steven Cohen.

For two decades, Steve Cohen has performed in a private suite at the Waldorf-Astoria and requires cocktail attire, but the show has now moved his show, Chamber Magic, to the Lotte New York Palace Hotel.

There are four shows a week, so if you plan for a few days in NYC you’ll likely be in the city when a performance is on.

The absolute star of the show is the magic itself: you’ll leave in awe, and spend the rest of the evening wondering if magic is real (and if it’s not, how exactly did he pull it off?).

Pop into the bar after the show to discuss the tricks over a martini.

2. Dizzy’s Jazz Club

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Dizzy’s Jazz Club features world-class jazz musicians with an epic view overlooking Central Park. If you love music, then enjoy a show here.

There’s also a late-night session that features up-and-coming artists for a cheaper cover price (and sometimes a dance floor!) and the cocktails taste just as good.

What could be more romantic than dancing with…

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