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Kimmel Center (Venue for the reception) 60 Washington Square South, 10th floor.
NYU Dormitory (Brittany Hall) 55 East 10th St.
Sazerac House $$-$$$ (West Village) 533 Hudson St. (212) 989-0313
Cajun & American Cuisine Nightly Dinner Specials, and Saturday & Sunday Brunch.

Lima's Taste Ceviche Bar $$ (West Village) 122 Christopher St. (212) 242-0010
Peruvian home cooking that brings fresh Latin flavors.

Da Andrea Ristorante $$ (West Village) 557 Hudson St. (212) 367-1979
A northern Italian trattoria and a quiet conversation spot in the West Village.

Pommes Frites $ (East Village) 123 2nd Ave. (212) 674-1234
Belgian-style fries served to-go in a cone. Cash Only.

Fiamma Osteria $$$ (SOHO) 206 Spring St. (212) 653-0100
Dress Code: Smart casual. Bold Italian flavors and a gleaming multi-level design bring sparkle to Spring Street .

Cafe La Palette $$ (SOHO) 50 Macdougal St. (212) 529-2550
Casual Soho restaurant serves gourmet combinations of French and Brazilian.Cash Only.

24 Prince $$ (Nolita) 24 Prince St. (212) 226-8624
It's not your Mom's mac-and-cheese at this comfort-food nosh spot.

Da Nico $$-$$$ (little Italy) 164 Mulberry St. (212) 343-1212
A little Italy dynamo, with charming back patio and tasty, reliable food.
Blue Note (West Village) 131 West 3rd St. (212) 475-8592
Truly a world-class jazz joint. In addition to the ticket or cover charge there's a $5 minimum at tables and a one-drink minimum at the bar.

Village Vanguard (West Village) 178 7th Ave. South (212) 255-4037
Admission: $30; students (Sun-Thu) $20 This intimate 63-year-old basement jazz shrine deserves to be designated an historical landmark.
Bars and Clubs

West Lounge (West Village) 425 West St. (212) 242-4375
Way west, and worth the trip for the view.

Absolutely 4th (West Village) 228 West 4th St. (212) 989-9444
A noteworthy martini list makes this West Village bar worth checking out.

Quartino (NOHO) 11 Bleecker St. (212) 529-5133
Bleecker bar for organic wines and Italian nibbles.

Tai Restaurant & Lounge (Nolita) 223 Mulberry St. (212) 965-0439
Nolita restaurant serving Thai basics with a full bar and wine list; separate upstairs lounge.

McSorley's Old Ale House (East Village) 15 East 7th St. (212) 473-9148
No frilly cocktails - but this is one of the oldest bars in Manhattan, a city classic and an echo of a golden, gun-slinging age.

Bar Carrera (East Village) 175 2nd Ave. (212) 375-1555
A modern Basque tapas bar for the East Village.

Sing Sing Karaoke St Marks (East Village) 9 St. Marks Pl. 2nd FL (212) 387-7800
All-night karaoke for private parties.

Central Bar (East Village) 109 East 9th St. (212) 529-5333
A cavernous Irish bar, more popular than authentic.

Stoned Crow (West Village) 85 Washington Pl. (212) 677-4022
Aimed at budget-minded NYU students. Off Washington Square, a rocking, homestyle bar for nightbirds.

Washington Square Park
Surrounded by New York University, the park doubles as the university's "campus green" and is a part of Greenwich Village. The parks frequenters range from the bohemian to the professorial. Be sure to check out the chess sharks in the south west corner .

New York University
Major Research University in NYC. Founded in 1831 by Albert Gallatin and a group of prominent New Yorkers, NYU has become the largest private, not-for-profit university in the United States with a total enrollment of 39,408.

St.Mark's Church in the Bowery
St. Mark's Church in the Bowery is an Episcopal Church located at the corner of Second Avenue and 10th Street . In 1999, St. Mark's celebrated its 200th anniversary

Christopher Street
That was at the center of the gay rights movement in the late 1970s. To this day the street survives as a symbol of gay pride .

Canal Street
It's one of Manhattan 's busiest cross town roadways, home to hundreds of retailers and restaurants. It's the cheapest place to buy virtually anything -- handbags and perfume, fresh fish and art supplies.
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Blue Man Group 4:00PM
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Slava's Snowshow 4:00PM
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Stomp 7:00PM
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(1) Blue Man Group (Astor Place Theatre: 434 Lafayette St.)
The loopy, gently avant-garde trio of silent performers continue with their long-running production at the Astor Place Theatre.
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(2) Slava's Snowshow (Union Square Theatre: 100 East 17th St.)
A magical experience combining clowning and spectacular visuals, culminating in a snowstorm that envelops the audience.
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(3) Stomp (Orpheum Theatre: 126 Second Ave.)
Garbage can lids and brooms and sticks make up just a few of the "instruments" used for this percussive symphony. Stomp has been packing in audiences at the Orpheum Theatre since 1994, and is still running strong.
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