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A few weeks ago, our team was invited to check out Magic Hour at Moxy Times Square and their newest party, Sunday Bubbles.
If you’re looking for a new Sunday Funday activity, look no further. Bubbles, carnival style eats and live entertainment are waiting.
Sunday Bubbles promises cotton candy, inflatable unicorns, and bubble guns; and what says bubbles at a bar better than champagne? Reserve a table, or the carousel, for an even better experience.
Magic Hour offers some great champagne specials, along with some really creative cocktails, including one in an adult Capri-Sun pouch (which you can customize if you’re not a fan of the flavor).
To the right, in addition to always there golf courses, was the addition of cotton candy and games like Giant Connect Four.
Billed as the most Instagram-able weekly party in NYC, Sunday Bubbles also provides tons of entertainment. To the left (the side without the golf course), there is live music—ours was a trio composed of Cornelio Octavious (@omgcornelio) on the drums, Ben Cina (@bencinamusic) on vocals and guitar and Sean Doe (@im_sean_bon_jovi) on bass, covering hit songs flawlessly and with a diverse range of genres that surprised the hell out of us (in a good way). DJ Reach kept us bumping to beats in the later half.
There was also an aerial gymnast performing tricks you’d likely see at Cirque Du Soleil, like Valery Felicity (@felicitynycity). Not to mention the incredible background view of the Empire State Building.
Sunday Bubbles is basically like a carnival-like, playground for big kids. So obviously we had a great time, and we’ll definitely be back for more. Meet us there!
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