Enjoy the End Days of Summer at Gotham West
September 4, 2015
As autumn is approaching, it’s time to make the most of the few precious days of summer that we have left! While many people leave the heat of the city, it is actually a great time to stick around and enjoy a break from the usual hustle and bustle.
At Gotham West, the luxury residential building in Midtown West, and Gotham West Market, the first-of-its-kind culinary market on the ground floor, there is plenty to enjoy and experience at the end of the summer.
Here are a few ideas of how to savor the end of summer at Gotham West Market in Hell’s Kitchen:
- Take a bike ride with NYC Velo – rent or buy a bike from NYC Velo at Gotham West Market and enjoy the beautiful weather with a ride along the Hudson River. If you’re feeling adventurous, Indie Fresh and NYC Velo host a bike ride every Friday morning at 6:30am led by chef Tomas Curi (Indie Fresh Managing Chef) for about 35-40 miles. End the ride with a complimentary smoothie or breakfast at Indie Fresh.
- Eat outside at Gotham West Market – grab a seat at one of Gotham West Market’s outdoor tables while you still can, and enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks from the market’s nine culinary operators.
- Try a new beer at The Cannibal – cool off with a refreshing beer from one of The Cannibal’s wide variety of offerings. They’ve got plenty on draft and a whole bunch of bottles to choose from. Grab some friends and try a Bucket O’ Beer so you can taste a few!
- Cool off with a smoothie at Indie Fresh – a smoothie from Indie Fresh is the perfect way to cool off, and it’s nutritious, too! Available in a variety of sizes, to stay or to go, try one of their signature flavors like the Avocado Mango Matcha or the Blueberry Cayenne.
- Grab a scoop (or two) of ice cream at Ample Hills – everyone knows that the best part about summer is the ice cream. Savor the last few days with some of Ample Hills’ classic flavors, like the Salted Crack Caramel, Ooey Gooey Butter Cake and Chocolate Milk & Cookies.
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