Best Team Outing Spots in NYC

If your co-workers are struggling to get over the post-holiday blues, consider taking them out of the office to bond and enjoy a party bus rental in NYC on your way to the venue. There are many fun places to go in NYC, but not many that know how to accommodate large parties in a timely manner. Here’s a list of places that will be able to host your office party and ensure that it’s both fun and organized.

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Painting Lounge

If you’re looking for a relaxing night with a bunch of your co-workers, then the painting lounge is perfect. An experienced artist guides the class step-by-step through painting your very own masterpiece, which you get to take home at the end of the night as a souvenir. The class is simultaneously therapeutic and a ton of fun for co-workers and friends alike. It’s also BYOB if you want to bring your own booze and make it a party.

For more information, please visit: www.paintinglounge.com 

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Rustico Cooking

A great way to bond with your co-workers (and maybe discover that they’re secretly culinary geniuses) is to book a cooking class together and test your kitchen skills. A cooking party is a wonderful way to chat with your colleagues outside of work while learning important life skills. For larger parties, Rustico offers a 30 minute finger foods and wine reception before cooking, a 60 minute cooking class, and then a relaxing, 90 minute sit down meal for you all to enjoy together.

For more information, please visit: www.rusticocooking.com

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Escape the Room

Sure, your co-workers are smart, but are they smart enough to escape the room in 60 minutes? Test your intelligence and see if you can solve the puzzle together as a group. There are a variety of fun rooms to choose from, such as The Theater, where you have an hour to escape before the curtains close, or The Submarine, where you have to navigate the waters and reach the surface before your oxygen runs out. This interactive game is a blast and will surely help your team bond while having a good time.

For more information, please visit: www.escapetheroomnyc.com

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Royal Palms Shuffleboard

You don’t have to know how to play shuffleboard in order to have fun at this unusual place in Brooklyn since a pro will give your entire party a five minute lesson at the start, so you’ll know how to play and what to do. Book a Cabana, which are available to be reserved for two hours, or you can reserve a keg and premium party for three hours with the option of add-on beverage packages. Nobody under 21 years old is allowed in the venue, which makes it all the more adult-friendly, and there’s a variety of food trucks to purchase delicious fare. You’re also welcome to bring decorations for your Cabana to make it truly your own.

For more information, please visit: www.royalpalmsshuffle.com

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Swap your heels for bowling shoes and untuck your shirt for a festive night out at Bowlmor. Bowlmor parties are exceptionally easy to plan since the parties are catered with food that you pick from their catering menu and portioned according to the number of people you’re expecting. Their experienced event professionals handle the details for cocktail hour and ensure that every piece of your evening runs according to plan. Plus, not only is there bowling, but there’s also tons of arcade games, billiards, air hockey, and more (depending on which location you visit)!

For more information, please visit: www.bowlmor.com

Need to get your entire team to the party? Consider getting a party bus rental to comfortably get to the venue. A charter bus rental can also be reserved for the entire evening if your team wants to head back to the office or choose multiple venues to keep the party going for the rest of the evening.
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