NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/05/13 -- Visitors to New York City are often overwhelmed by their options, from where to eat and shop to what to do and see. Guests of the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel have it lucky, however, as the trendy Times Square hotel is host to its own calendar of unique experiences and events.
March kicked off another season of must-experience events at the R Lounge bar, offering a panoramic view of Times Square along with a menu of specialty cocktails and delicious fare.
April will hopefully bring warm weather to complement the hot happenings at this New York City boutique hotel. On April 18th, jam along to jazz music from Craig Handy & 2nd Line Smith. DJ Vex will have guests dancing the night away on April 25th, when he drops well-loved dance beats on the ones and twos. April also gives visitors a taste of some of the best whiskey and wine, with tastings on the 9th and 23rd, respectively. Guests can head to lobby between 7 and 9pm for a sip and sample. To stay abroad of all upcoming events at R Lounge, be sure to follow the Renaissance Times Square's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RenaissanceNewYorkTimesSquareHotel
To make an evening out of these events, gather friends or family at the R Lounge. Dine on items from the Blue Ribbon menu, which includes favorites from the world-renowned restaurant including Northern Fried chicken wings with Blue Ribbon Mexican honey and BBQ pork sliders with shredded lettuce on a brioche roll. For more traditional bar bites, try the house made meatball sliders or warm soft pretzel. The full menu features more substantial entrees including a grilled Angus chuck burger, chopped cobb salad and daily pasta. Top things off with a specialty cocktail including the Red Stag Manhattan made with Jim Beam, Jim Beam Red Stag, sweet vermouth and angostura butters.
To stay up to date on happenings at R Lounge at Two Times Square, visit http://rloungetimessquare.com/special-events.
About The Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel
Those who like to be in the middle of the action will find all the excitement they want, plus the escape they need, at the Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel. Set in the city's iconic square, this boutique hotel features a modern aesthetic created by world-renowned designer Jordan Mozer. Whether visiting the Big Apple for business, tourism or both, this AAA Four Diamond hotel puts you within minutes of major banks and corporations as well as top attractions including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Central Park and shopping on Madison and Fifth avenues. Guest rooms offer minimalist style in maximum space, a rarity in this crowded city. Combining function and comfort, accommodations feature a luxurious bathroom, flat-screen TV, plush Revive bedding package, hardwood floors and sound-proofing to keep the city's energy at bay when you're ready to call it a night. Host an important client in one of the five fully equipped meeting rooms, or meet in a more casual setting at the R Lounge at Two Times Square, serving specialty cocktails, inventive appetizers and breathtaking panoramic views. After exploring the city by foot, most visitors are ready to sit back and relax, but those wanting extra exercise can head to the state-of-the-art fitness center.
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Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel
Two Times Square
714 Seventh Avenue at W. 48th Street
New York, New York 10036
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