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The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s outdoor outpost will transport you and your dragon queen or king to a medieval wonderland reminiscent of Westeros -- hopefully sans bloodshed. After brunch and day drinks in Dumbo -- Juliana’s for pizza and Gran Electrica for margaritas -- pop over to Brooklyn Bridge Park and hop on the beautifully restored Jane’s Carousel.With or without a snowscape, the painted ponies will bring some whimsy to your social media posts. Apocalyptic weather is the best excuse to test your partner’s survival skills.
The empty boardwalks and expanses of sand and water will make you feel like you’re the only two people in the world.
Even temps in the 40s can feel balmy after weeks in the deep freeze. Once you’re off the boat, further stretch your chilly weather tolerance with a 10-minute walk to nearby Flagship Brewery, where you’ll be rewarded with pints and Now that the ice is melting and the wind has quieted, you can worry less about flying off that rooftop bar.
Enjoy tiki drinks literally by the gallon along with a view of the Queensboro Bridge so close, you can almost touch it at Penthouse 808 -- slated to reopen in January after a temporary closure.
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Intro to knife and ax throwing is a little pricier, starting at $40. The American Museum of Natural History puts on a spectacular space show where you can venture deep into the cosmos with 30 minutes of stargazing.