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You’ll feel the wind at your back, the sun on your face, and the sweet scent of the East River in your nostrils -- without actually leaving Brooklyn.
Flex your grilling muscles at a waterfront hibachi-style public grill along Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge park.
Summer ensures the dating bar is set impossibly high.
An alluring influx of warm weather options present themselves in June, a long list a possibilities that rarely get tackled by fall.
Museums are some of the best places to escape suffocating humidity, and this one won’t leave you with a cold shower effect.
There are beach people and there are pool people, and should the types try to mingle, boy, will tears ensue. Make this your dating destination for when you want outside feels without having to bake in the sun.
Find your splashy soulmate and hit our picks for some of the best swimming in the city, from free to stupidly expensive. Break out those Bermuda shorts and board the Staten Island Ferry to New York City’s westernmost borough.
Spring is for the newly coupled (holding hands in the park). The third season is truly the best time to meet those special someones, to wine them, to dine them, and to enjoy everything New York City has to offer, week after week. Swipe right on sports and try to score that second date before the next quadrennial.
And summer is for sexy singles (long nights, rooftop pools, hot hot heat, bikinis, sweaty strangers, outdoor movies, outdoor music, outdoor makeouts, beaches, impromptu picnics, boats, dancing, the requisite fling -- it all happens so fast).