Location Matters

All roads lead to and from the Adria

When location matters, Adria Hotel and Conference Center is the perfect location when you visit New York. Whether you travel for business or pleasure, Adria meets and exceeds many of the travelers needs. First, our deluxe accommodations are priced moderately saving you money. Second, we are near major New York airports and are easily accessible due to our proximity to many major roadways. Third,  while nestled in a tree-lined Bayside neighborhood, we are near some of the most exciting New York attractions and sports arenas. You are near Citi Field stadium for the NY Mets baseball, and the Arthur Ashe stadium for US Open tennis. You are within walking distance to some of Bayside's finest bars, restaurants and shops. The area’s rich ethnic diversity has nurtured a festive palette for interesting shopping and dining choices, while the young population now choosing Queens as home has helped create an array of pubs and bars. Major universities in Queens and neighboring Nassau County host events and seasonal cultural highlights. Visitors feel a New York welcome everywhere! Location matters where you can venture further—and beyond—New York’s boundaries. The Long Island Railroad whisks guests to historic sites along Long Island Sound and warm-weather beaches. You can be in Manhattan in less than 20 minutes to catch all the action and excitement of a city that never sleeps. Location matters in so many ways.
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August 26, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Jazz Age Lawn Party

The Jazz Age Lawn Party is a 1920s-themed party where attendees are encouraged to wear period dress, try classic cocktails and dance along to live jazz!

Each year the Jazz Age Lawn Party takes place at the Colonel’s Row on Governors Island.

Purchase tickets—and review the options—here.

In addition to Arenella and his indispensable Jazz Age orchestra, this week’s party features premiere performances from the Dreamland Follies and the Canarsie Wobblers, as well as jazz from Queen Esther and piano from Peter Mintun.

Dates and Times: August 26 and August 27, 2017. The event kicks off at 11am and ends at 5pm.