Archive for December, 2010

NY Sightseeing: Where to Go on New Year’s Eve

December 29, 2010

Aren't sure where to go in NYC this New Year's Eve? Check out our guide. Photo courtesy of

Are you having a hard time figuring out where to tell your NYC limo party bus to take you and your friends this New Year’s Eve? We have the guide to NYC’s hottest parties and events for the big night. Whether you’re just visiting NY for sightseeting purposes or you’re a full-time resident of the city, here are some New Year’s Eve events you won’t want to miss.

No Cover Charge Bars:
Bohemian Bar and Beer Garden: This outdoor space will be tented and heated for New Year’s Eve night. There’s tons of tables and affordable prices that your group will love. There’s also plenty of food choices to share at this great low-key New Year’s spot.

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New Year’s All-Night Parties:
Back to the Eighties Show: Celebrate the arrival of 2011 by going back to the 1980’s during this all-night party at the Canal Room. Dance to 80’s tribute band, Rubix Kube as well DJ Ricky Rick’s top 40 80’s hits. Enjoy a special top-shelf open bar starting at 9pm and lasting for most of the night. Event is $99 per person.

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New Year’s Eve Shows:
If a New Year’s Eve show is more your idea of fun, check out the Blue Man Group at the Astor Place Theatre. There’s three shows that night, one at 4pm, 7pm and 10pm. Have your NYC limo take you for drinks before the show then catch the New Year’s Eve after parties after the show ends. Event is $92.25 per person.

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Ring in the New Year in NYC With a Limo Party Bus

December 23, 2010

Celebrate New Year's Eve in NYC right with a luxury limo and all of your friends. Photo courtesy of:

It’s time to start locking down your New Year’s Eve plans. If you want to say farewell to 2010 and start 2011 with a bang, rent a limo party bus for all of your friends to take out on the town in NYC. The limo party buses can accommodate up to 50 passengers and with that many people, you know anywhere you go will be a party.

Whether you live in the city or a few hours away, a limo party bus is the best way to go out with a large group and make sure everyone stays together throughout the night and gets home safe. If you live a few hours out of the city, a limo party bus allows you and your friends to get the party started before you even arrive to your destination.

If the number of people in your group going out for New Years looks more like 25, you can rent a Hummer limo instead of a party bus. If you’re a going out with a group of girls, the pink Hummer limo is a great choice and will definitely grab the attention of other New Year’s party-goers. However, if pink is not your color there is also a white or yellow Hummer limo available.

Once you have your group gathered, make reservations at a hip and trendy New York City restaurant and have dinner and cocktails at 7pm. After dinner, have your limo take you to one of the many bars or clubs hosting New Year’s Eve parties until midnight when you can watch the ball drop in Times Square. Many bars are open for after hour parties, so you can stay out all night or opt to go home before dawn. Either way, your limo party bus will be there to make sure everyone in your group gets home safe. Start planning your New Year’s Eve today, make a reservation with Five Towns Limo and have a fun and safe New Year!

View the Holiday Window Displays in New York City With the Help of a Limousine Service

December 16, 2010

The holiday displays at Bergdorf Goodman are detailed and breathtaking. Photo courtesy of

During the holiday season in New York City, the window displays of many stores become very elaborate and festive. Many of them are holiday themed and are a sight to see without even entering the store. Famous New York City stores like Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys all participate in this enchanting tradition. The best way to see them all in one day is to hire a limousine service. You can drink champagne in the company of friends and admire the festive displays without braving the chilly weather. Here are the top displays you need to visit.

Barneys: 660 Madison Ave between 60th and 61st Streets. Each window is a totally different scene. Our favorite is a woman decorating a Christmas tree made of gift bags. It’s a perfect mix of sparkling silver and bold red colors will surely get you in the Christmas spirit.

Lord & Taylor: 424 Fifth Ave at 39th Street. These window displays are miniature doll-house scenes of New York City. If you look closely in the windows of your town houses, you’ll see a holiday party taking place, decorating of a Christmas tree and more. This charming display is a must-see.

Bergdorf Goodman: 754 Fifth Ave at 58th Streets. The Bergdorf holiday displays are full of intricate details that you have to experience for yourself. The scenes range from sailors, to a train station and each is full of personality, colors and details that you have to see to believe.