Mother's Day Is Almost Here!
Mother's Day is just around the corner and we're sure you've already planned a wonderful day for your mom. For those of you who are still looking for a bit of inspiration, we've put together a list of things that our very own team members are doing to celebrate Mother's Day. Happy planning!
Mother's Day Weekend Garden Party at the New York Botanical Garden
Perfect for those looking to have a family celebration with lots of fun activities planned for kids & adults.
Brunch on a Yacht
Sunday brunches have been a New York tradition from long before we can remember. Soak in every bit of Manhattan's beauty while sipping on a mimosa with your mother as you sail around the New York harbor.
Feeling Adventurous? Walk the Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Rent bikes and ride along the Brooklyn Bridge to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Walk along the promenade for breath taking views of the city, the Brooklyn bridge and the Manhattan waterfront. It's a great way to get in your morning workout and enjoy the beautiful morning this Mother's day.
Visit the High Line
Need that long walk for your mother-daughter conversations? The High Line is the perfect place for a relaxed walk or a heart-to-heart at their open-air café - Terrior at the Porch.
Nothing beats a day of shopping with your Mom! Walk along Fifth Avenue to shop the latest trends & perhaps pamper your tired feet at one of the many spas around.
Class up your day with tea at some of the city's finest Tea Rooms
Enjoy a warm cup of tea and scrumptious baked treats at the Palm Court - Plaza Hotel, while you take a break from busy streets along Fifth Avenue. Nothing like high tea in the city!
Ride horses in Montauk, NY
Want to get away from the city but don't want to go too far? Drive down to Montauk NY, to get away from the city-that-never-sleeps and set foot on the white sandy beaches this place has to offer. It might be too cold to take a dip in the water, but Montauk has quite a few ranches, so put on your riding boots, take your horse out for a ride along the beach trail and watch the sunset. You can still be back in NYC for a late dinner!