Canada Day 2016 in NYC

Canada CabinHappy Canada Day, you hosers.
Canada Day, the national day of Canada, celebrates the anniversary of the date, July 1, 1867, when Canada became a single country, after uniting three British colonies.

Canadians in New York can meet up with their fellow ex-pats by joining the The New York City Expat Canadian Meetup Group

Here are some ways to celebrate Canada Day in NYC…

Friday, July 1, 2016
Canada Day at Joe’s Pub: New York Rocks the Great Canadian Songbook

This year’s line-up includes:
Janis Siegel (The Manhattan Transfer), Shannon Conley (Lez Zeppelin; Hedwig and the Angry Inch), cabaret great Marissa Mulder, P.J. Griffith (We Will Rock You; Giant), singer-impressionist Christina Bianco, Broadway’s Matthew Saldivar, Melissa Van Der Schyff (Bonnie and Clyde), Betty’s Alyson Palmer, cabaret spitfire Shelly McPherson, Tony Salvatore (Tony Salvatore Trio), Jamie Leonhart (Estuary), Michael Halling (Giant), Libya Pugh (Dot; Ethel Sings), Amy Cervini (Duchess), Ophira Eisenberg (NPR’s Ask Me Another; The Moth), and The Breithaupt Brothers (Just Passing Through).
$25 admission
2 shows: 7pm [tickets] & 9:30pm [tickets]
Joe's PubJoe’s Pub
425 Lafayette St. (Astor Pl.)
New York, NY
(212) 967-7555

windfall-canada-dayCanada Day at Windfall
$4 pints of Molson during happy hour (3-7pm)
23 W. 39th St. (between Fifth & Sixth Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 869-4606

There is a Canadian themed dive bar in Brooklyn where you can enjoy Molson on draft, and Moosehead and Labatt Blue in bottles, plus a good selection Canadian whiskey:

Ontario Bar
559 Grand St.
(between Union Ave. & Lorimer St.)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 384-2835


terroir-canada-day7-1-16Canada Day at Terroir
Canadian beer: Steamworks Pilsner & Beau’s Lagered Ale
wine: Riesling & Pinot Noir
poutine: french fries, gravy, cheese curds
maple, butter tarts (maple & butter, in a tart)
Canadian music:
(if you can sing like Anne Murray or Gordon Lightfoot or Leonard Cohen or Raffi, you get a beer on the house).
3pm – 1am
24 Harrison St. (between Hudson St. & Greenwich St.)
New York, NY
(212) 625-9463



Below is a clip of Canadian rock legend Geddy Lee singing “Oh, Canada”:

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