Thursday, Nov. 20

Registration for all New York City events is closed. Questions? Call (610) 330-5040.

Friends of Lafayette Football Luncheon featuring Frank Tavani

Princeton Club of New York
15 W 43rd Street
noon-2 p.m.
Coach Tavani will energize us just days before the rivalry game. What better way to begin the celebration?

Rally for the Rivalry Welcome Reception

Marriott Marquis, Times Square
Broadway Lounge
1535 Broadway
5-8 p.m.
Co-sponsored by the Lafayette NYC Alumni Chapter and the Lehigh Club of New York
Gather with Lafayette and Lehigh friends for networking and good times at the crossroads of the world. Reception includes food, signature cocktails, giveaways, and more!
Dress code: Casual (school spirit encouraged!)

Lafayette Street sign in New York City
Lafayette Takes Lafayette Street

Lafayette Street
7-10 p.m.
Share a meal with alumni, family, and friends at one of the fun dining options on Lafayette Street after the Rally for the Rivalry Welcome Reception. With the Leopard invasion, this will be a busy time in the city, so make your reservations early for the recommended restaurants, all conveniently located near Lafayette’s late-night event.
NOTE: All alumni/guests are responsible for making their own dining reservations. See information on our recommended restaurants.

First Women of Lafayette Dinner

Marriott Marquis, Times Square
1535 Broadway
7-10 p.m.
Members of the classes of 1972-80 are invited to celebrate the women pioneers of Lafayette. Join the residents of New Dorm (Ruef Hall), Watson, and Gates as they gather to spend time together, reminisce about their path to Lafayette, and reflect on how their Lafayette experience has shaped them and how they can support the College today.
Dress code: cocktail/business

Late Night
Lafayette Late Night

Not ready to call it a night?  Join with fellow Pards for more good times. See a restaurant map.

Puck Fair
298 Lafayette St.
9 p.m.-midnight
The first 50 people there showing their Lafayette connection (gear, ID, leopard spots) will receive a $10 food/drink voucher for the evening.
Cash bar
“Located across the street from the Puck Building, this welcoming Irish pub has become a popular destination for lower Broadway’s professionals. Although there are 25 different beers on tap and 60 by the bottle at this airy tri-level pub, they boast that their Kilkenny cooling system makes their Guinness taste almost as good as it does on the Emerald Isle. It’s a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy traditional Irish fare of stews, pies, skewers, fish & chips, and more.”

281 Lafayette St.
Live jazz starts at 9 p.m.
Subway: Prince Street (N, R) or Broadway-Lafayette Street (B, D, F, M)
“Pravda is a legendary, Russian-inspired American speakeasy and a Soho gem. It is one of New York City’s best hotspots for Russian snacks, caviar, martinis, and an extensive choice of vodkas. The staircase opens into a cavernous subterranean brasserie that recalls a Cold War–era movie set. It’s a unique experience.”
Reservations: Open table reservations begin Oct. 20. Phone reservations begin Oct. 20, (212) 226-4944.

Temple Bar
332 Lafayette St.
Subway: 6 at Bleecker Street; B, D, F, M at Broadway-Lafayette Street
“A richly appointed 1940s-style cocktail lounge, with mahogany walls, leather chairs, spiffy barmen, and moody lighting, Temple Bar offers a place for quiet conversation and evokes the clubby days of yore when wealth could buy a privileged isolation.  Nowadays, anybody can enjoy the hedonistic sound of champagne corks popping, the list of 40 vodkas, and the martinis prepared with meticulous care.  Temple also offers a small list of…appetizers, should the mood strike.”
Reservations: (212) 925-4242

Registration deadline: Nov. 9

Cancellation deadline: Oct. 26
Call the Office of Alumni Relations at (610) 330-5040 if you need to cancel a registration. Please have your credit card available when you call. We are unable to offer refunds for cancellations after Oct. 26.