Hey baby, what’s your name?


Starting tonight mad46 is giving a FREE DRINK to all the ladies and gentleman with the name Adam or Amanda.  Well, you do have to purchase a drink first, but then you get the freebie! 

Every week, mad46 will feature new names and all you need to do is show up with a valid ID and get a free drink coupon from a mad46 hostess.

Want to know when your name will come up?  There’s plenty of ways to stay in the know.  Follow @mad46 on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.  If you’re always on the run, sign up for text promotions by texting “mad46” to 82672.

For a complete list of events and promotions at mad46 check out mad46.com!

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Getting Around The City

Times Square Subway Station

With everything there is to do in New York City, it’s important to know the best way to get around town. With one of the most efficient public transportation systems in the world, the NYC subway is by far the best way to plan a trip and not to mention the cheapest. If you’re from out of town, the subways can be quite overwhelming, but here are a few pointers that will have you riding the subways like a native New Yorker!

Subways serve most of Manhattan and the outer boroughs so anywhere you want to go, there is a subway line that will take you there (map). Just purchase a Metrocard from any subway station and off you go!

There are many options when buying a Metrocard. A single ride (one-way) will run you $2.25 but if you plan on spending a full day traveling to multiple areas of the city, definitely purchase the “One Day Fun Pass”. It will allow you to ride the train for a complete 24 hours all for $8.25. Click here for a list of all fare options and pricing.

One of the greatest things about NYC subways is that they run at anytime during the day or night. Subways typically run every 2-5 minutes during rush hour, every 5-15 minutes during the day and approximately every 20 minutes from midnight until 5 a.m.

Now that you have the facts, here are some tips to riding the train!

Know Where Your Going
To get you from one place to another, a good resource is HopStop. This website allows you put in your start and end destination and will give you detailed subway directions.

Finding  a Subway Station
Typically stations are located on street corners. Stations marked with a large green ball means that you can buy a MetroCard inside; if a station is marked with a red ball, you need to already have a MetroCard to enter.

Look at the signs BEFORE you swipe
At many Subway stations, there are separate entrances for trains running uptown and downtown. Once you swipe your card, you can’t get a refund, so be sure to check the sign to make sure you’re swiping your card at the right entrance.

Hold On Tight
If you don’t get a seat, make sure you find a pole to hold when the train begins to move. It can get a bit unsteady when starting and stopping and if you’re not hanging on, you could take a fall.

Don’t Lean on the Poles
This is personally a pet peeve of mine (and many New Yorkers). Just because you’re tired, it doesn’t mean it’s alright to lean up against a pole in the subway car. When someone leans on the poles, it makes it difficult for other folks to hold on and, well, its just inconsiderate.

Keep Your Bags (and Your Feet) Off the Seats
Would you put your feet on your seat at home? Probably not. The subways can fill up fast, so keep your feet and other belongings on your lap or on the floor between your feet so that other riders can take a seat.

 Don’t Block the Doors
When trains are crowded, it is important to move to the center of the subway car to make room for other riders. Standing by the door even if you move to the side makes it difficult for people getting on and off the train.

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Get your lunch in a NY Minute!

Madison Club Lounge Sliders!

With all there is to do in New York, sometimes you just want to grab a quick a lunch and get back to your day.   The Madison Club Lounge gets that and is now offering the Madison Express Lunch menu.  Get your lunch in 30 minutes or you get 50% off your check!  Not a bad deal. 

For visitors and New Yorkers always on the go, check out the Madison Club Lounge in the lobby of The Roosevelt Hotel at Madison Avenue and 45th Street!

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Summer Meetings – Hot Rates! Hot Dates!


The Roosevelt Hotel is now offering a great deal on Summer Meetings!  Book a group or catering event now through 8/31/09 and get….

  • Guestroom Rates from $159

  • All Day Catering Menu from $135


The booking must be consumed by 9/4/09 ane the offer is based on availablility.  Click here for the complete details or contact the Sales and Catering Department at 212-661-9600 or email sales@rooseveltnyc.com.

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Best Wedding Entrance EVER!

Sometimes you come across something that is just too good not to share.  This is one of them. 

Check out this fantastic video of a very fun and creative wedding ceremony entrance.  Look at the faces of the bride, groom and guests.  This is what a wedding celebration is about.  Don’t be afraid to step out of the box when planning your wedding (or any event for that matter).

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