Where's the best place to host a child's birthday party in Manhattan's Upper East Side?
What's the best way to entertain all your little guests?
The NYC Magician Review of Party Spaces on the UES.
I recently entertained a group of children over at Asphalt Green. It's a great sports and fitness center located at 555 East 90th Street, between York & East End Avenues. Plenty of room, nice facilities and professional staff. It sure beats have a swarm of toddlers destroying your apartment! Have my show after the kids run around for a bit and they'll sit and enjoy the magic.
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Delizia Pizzerias. With locations on 1762 Second Avenue (Corner 92nd Street) and 1374 First Avenue (Between 73rd and 74th Street) you're sure to find a nice place for your next party. For about $350 dollars you'll get a party room for two hours and four pizzas. BUT ... if you are planning on having a birthday party in a pizzeria you will most certainly need to have live entertainment. The same holds true for the Chicago Grill Pizzeria Uno on East 86th Street. The kids will have fun making their own pizza - but that will not hold them for long. I love performing at UNO on both the east and west side. They really know how to host a party for kids.
Dylan's Candy Bar is also a tried and true party spot for kids. But remember, you want to make sure you have organized, fun entertainment if you want your child's party to be fun and memorable. I've done shows here for some celeb's kids and I found the staff to be awesome.
Kidville is an tremendous place for parties for children up to age nine. They've got lots of fun stuff for kids to do. Most parents like to let the kids explore this kid safe party space and then top off the party with my magic show.
Serendipity - what could be sweeter than a birthday party in an ice cream shop? While it sounds tempting, realize that this store is pretty small and doesn't have room for strollers or carriages. You may want more room.
Central Park. A great spot for summer time parties. You will need plenty of help to make sure the kids don't wander off. Encourage parents not to drop off the kids with you - invite them! (There's plenty of room after all). Unless you're planning on using an amplifier or erecting a tent you don't need a permit to have a party for a whole classroom of kids.
Remember, my magic show is perfect for children's parties where you have a broad range of ages. While some kid's entertainers can only handle very young kids - my show is fun for children from ages 3 to 93.
Each show features amazing magic, juggling, comedy, audience participation and even an adorable live bunny rabbit.
As you can imagine, my weekend birthday party fills up fast! So, don't delay, give me a call.