Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Baseball Game Limo

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Ah baseball, America’s favorite pastime. With the Yankees and Mets leading their divisions what better way to celebrate the warming weather than with a trip to the field. See below for the upcoming May home games:


May 7th @ 7:05pm vs. Orioles
May 8th @ 7:05pm vs. Orioles
May 9th @ 1:05pm vs. Orioles
May 10th @1:05pm vs. Orioles
May 22nd @ 7:05pm vs. Rangers
May 23rd @ 1:05pm vs. Rangers
May 24th @ 8:05pm vs. Rangers
May 25th @ 1:05pm vs. Royals
May 26th @ 7:05pm vs. Royals
May 27th @ 1:05pm vs. Royals


May 1st @ 7:10pm vs. Nationals
May 2nd @ 7:10pm vs. Nationals
May 3rd @ 1:10pm vs. Nationals
May 5th @ 7:10pm vs. Orioles
May 6th @ 7:10pm vs. Orioles
May 15th @ 7:10pm vs. Brewers
May 16th @ 7:10pm vs. Brewers
May 17th @ 1:10pm vs. Brewers
May 18th @ 7:10pm vs. Cardinals
May 19th @ 7:10pm vs. Cardinals
May 20th @ 7:10pm vs. Cardinals
May 21st @ 1:10pm vs. Cardinals
May 25th @ 1:10pm vs. Phillies
May 26th @ 7:10pm vs. Phillies
May 27th @ 1:10pm vs. Phillies
May 29th @ 7:10pm vs. Marlins
May 30th @ 4:10pm vs. Marlins
May 31st @ 1:10pm vs. Marlins

So take us out to the ball game! With Dynasty Limo providing you with door-to-door service to either Yankee Stadium or Citi Field, you won’t have to worry about traffic or parking and can instead focus on having fun. Our limousine, van, and party bus services will get you and your group to the fields comfortably, worry free AND in style. Call us today (631) 587-8500! For more information please visit our website www.dynastylimoli.com.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Rooftop Bars in NYC

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We’re ready to say goodbye to the cold weather and hello to rooftop bar season! It’s that time of year where we’re all itching to get out and enjoy Mother Nature again. So why not celebrate by having a drink - whether it be an after work cocktail or fun Saturday night plans on the town - while over looking NYC?
See below for some of the top NYC rooftop bars:

Bar 13 - Union Square
With a two for one daily happy hour (5-9pm), Bar 13 is a three-level bar/lounge/nightclub in the heart of historic Union Square. With music ranging from rock and hip hop to under the radar house and techno.

Berry Park - Greenpoint
Gaze at the Manhattan skyline from across the East River at this 3,000-square-foot roof deck. After a recent renovation, the aerie features a retractable glass roof, so you can hang out when it's sunny or raining.

230 Fifth - Midtown
While it may take a while to get into 230 Fifth’s massive rooftop garden and bar due to it’s popularity, it’s certainly worth it. With a rooftop garden open to the sky, there are large umbrellas for those sunny or rainy days and its particularly heated on colder nights.

VU Rooftop Bar - Midtown
Located on the 14th floor of LaQuinta Manhattan Hotel you’ll find this casual rooftop escape (formerly Me Bar). Open year round with hot drinks, retractable awnings, and heat lamps, VU works to keep guests happy and comfortable regardless of the weather.

If you're looking to go the extra mile, why not go out in style? Dynasty Limousine provides the most impressive and well equipped limousines on the market, and we will provide you with a luxurious experience that is sure to make your night as stress free and relaxing as possible. Call us today at 631-587-8500!

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

#WeddingWednesday - When to Book Your Vendors (Part 2)

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So... you’ve hired your wedding planner, put a deposit down on a venue, booked a caterer and secured your ceremony officiant.  What’s next? See below to learn about all of the vendors that you should be focusing on booking in the next planning phase, 6-10 months before your wedding.

Entertainment - DJs, videographers, photographers, live bands, professional electric sliders, whoever you choose to hire for entertainment at your wedding, should be booked on the earlier end of the 6-10 month range. This will help to ensure that you will have variety in your options, and will give you a better chance at booking your top choice.  Since great entertainment is at the core of every successful wedding, vendors tend to book up quickly.

Invitations - Although invitations are not necessary more than 6 months in advance, you should alert your guests of your wedding with a ‘save the date’ upon securing your venue.  That way, they will have plenty of time to pencil your big moment into their busy schedules.

Florist - Since florists are typically used to handling a few weddings at a time, you’d be safe to book on the lower end of the 6-10 month timetable.  However, take into account the size and popularity of the shop.  Shops that are on the smaller scale or those that are more popular will sell out faster, especially if your wedding is planned during their busy season.  If you have your heart set on a specific florist, try to put a deposit down as soon as you can.

Cake Baker - Similar to florists, bakeries are used to dealing with multiple cake orders at a time, so ordering within this timeframe should be perfect.  Be sure to visit as many bakeries as possible and sample, sample, sample!  That way, you can find the perfect cake flavor and design for your special day.

Transportation - If you're getting married in the spring during prom season, or want something unique by way of transportation, you may want to move this to the task up on the timeline.  Transportation is so important on your big day, because without the ride there is no bride!  Make sure to book your transportation at least 6 months in advance, to ensure that you can secure the best in the business - like your friends here at Dynasty Limousine!

While we may not be able to help with your invitations or florist, we are your one stop shop for all your transportation and wedding attire needs. Located just next door is our Village Bridal & Boutique offering a large selection of wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, and tuxedo rentals. 

Dynasty Limousine has been the ideal choice for brides and groom in and around the Long Island area because we combine an impressive fleet of immaculately kept luxury vehicles with professional and experienced drivers. If you have any questions about renting the right transportation for your wedding party’s needs - give us a call at 631-587-8500

Monday, April 20, 2015

Plan a Golf Outing on Long Island

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With 145 public and private courses from Montauk to Manhasset, Long Island is a golfers paradise; home to some of the oldest, challenging and most scenic places to play in the nation. So whether you're in it for the scenery or the challenge, here are a few tracks you wont want to skip out on this summer:

Bethpage Black Course - You’ve seen the best players in the world play it, now it’s your chance. Most US Open courses aren’t open to the public, but this one is and for a more than reasonable price! The last 4 holes consist of one of the best finishing stretches you’ll find anywhere. And then of course there’s the famous sign - proclaiming just how difficult the course is.

Bethpage Red Course - A great layout and always in good shape, if you’re making the trip to Bethpage State Park you can’t go wrong with either course. There is no more difficult opening hole on LI than here, an uphill 460-yard par-4 that even low handicappers struggle to reach in regulation. This one may not be as famed as its older sister, but it shouldn't be overlooked.

Willow Creek - Located in Mt. Sinai, Willow Creek may be one of LI’s hidden gems. This semi-private track known for its 16th hole holds a course rating of 72.9 and plays 6,611 yards from the black tees.

Tallgrass Country Club - One of the most aptly named courses, you’ll find thick fescue grasses around the layout. When the wind strikes, which happens often on the North Shore, some of the holes can be virtually unplayable. But very often, the back nine will play easier than the front nine.

Lido Golf Club - A picturesque and challenging seaside links course features some elevated greens guarded by massive bunkers, significant water hazards, and what some consider the toughest stretch after the turn of any course on the Island. The left fairway is best for a lay up, the right fairway is riskier but holds better opportunities for birdie or eagle.

If you’re planning a golf outing or tournament, let Dynasty Limousine worry about your transportation so you can focus on what matters most - your swing! We can arrange to drop you and your group off at your desired course and bring you home. We have a variety of vehicles in our fleet to accommodate clubs and your group’s size.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

#WeddingWednesday - When to Book Your Vendors (Part 1)

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We know planning a wedding includes a lot of moving parts, so where and when does one begin? Take a deep breath, we’re here to help.

This Wedding Wednesday we’ll focus on some of the FIRST things you should secure before moving further down your wedding planning checklist. See below for vendors to book 9-12 months prior to your wedding:
Wedding Planner - If you plan to hire a wedding planner, make it one of your first to dos. A wedding planner will have the greatest amount of utility to you and can help you with the rest of your purchases.

Venue - Reception venues can book up to two years in advance of a popular date. This, along with your planner if you decide should be the first things you check off your checklist. Remember, without putting a deposit down on a venue, your wedding date is not yet set in stone - and you can’t hire the rest of your wedding-related services.

Caterer - Unless catering is included at your reception venue, you’ll want to get this taken care of once the reception site is booked! Caterers have a limited number of parties and events they can do on given dates so booking early locks in your spot.

Ceremony Officiant - A really good officiant can give you the ceremony of your dreams and since this is a specific person, you’ll want to get them booked early. We’ve all seen great, and not so great, ceremonies - make sure yours doesn’t fall into the latter.

Have some other vendors you feel should be included in the 9-12 month slot? Share with us on our Facebook page. Stay tuned for Part 2 next week - and keep an eye out for the Transportation section.

Dynasty Limousine has been the ideal choice for brides and groom in and around the Long Island area because we combine an impressive fleet of immaculately kept luxury vehicles with professional and experienced drivers. If you have any questions about renting the right transportation for your wedding party’s needs - give us a call at 631-587-8500

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Celebrate Spring at the Vineyards!

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Every spring brings the overwhelming urge to get back outdoors, perhaps this year’s spring season most of all. So what better way to welcome the much desired warmer temps than with an outing to the vineyards!

With over 3,000 acres of vineyards and over 50 wine producers, Long Island Wine Country is booming! So grab some friends, reserve your ride with us, and explore Long Island and all it has to offer:

Bedell Cellars - 36225 Main Rd. Cutchogue
Co-founder Kip Bedell coined the nickname “Mr. Merlot” from Wine Spectator magazine and their Tasting Room was ranked in the top 25 across America by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Since 1980, this family owned, sustainably farmed, and critically acclaimed winery has been at the forefront of creativity and excellence in the modern American wine industry.

Channing Daughters Winery - 1927 Scuttle Hole Rd, Bridgehampton
Channing Daughters produces wines within all three Long Island AVAs and specializes in white varietals and blends, including Tocai Friulano, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscat Ottonel. With 28 acres of vines and tasting room, this is the only winery on the East End growing and producing wines from many of their white grapes.

The Lenz Winery - 38355 New York 25, Peconic
Located on the North Fork, this winery, established in 1978, has some of the most mature vineyards in the region. The tasting room is open year-round, seven days a week, and also carries a selection of artisanal jams, cheeses and other foods.

Wolffer Estate - 139 Sagg Rd, Sagaponack
Open seven days a week and surrounded by 55 acres of rolling hills planted with vines, the neatly trellised vineyard provides a truly magnificent setting for wine tastings, evenings filled with live music, weddings and other magnificent parties.

Share a unique getaway with your group and let us show you the best wineries Long Island has to offer. Call us today and we’ll set up a fully customizable wine tour for your next outing. We provide our customers with luxurious limousines and/or limo buses which can accommodate a party of 2 to 30 guests to the East End of Long Island for a day of relaxation and fun. Visit our wine tour page for more information!

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

National Beer Day: Celebrate with These Local Brews

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Suds lovers rejoice - it’s National Beer Day! According to the knower of all things, the Internet, National Beer Day began on April 7, 1933 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt took the first step toward ending Prohibition. For the first time in 13 years, people were allowed to buy and sell beer - so long as it had lass than 4% alcohol by volume.

If you’re looking to join in on celebrating the glories of beer - what better way than to sample some local Long Island brews!
BrickHouse Brewery - 67 W. Main St., Patchogue
With 10 beers on tap at any given time, you'll find selections including bigger, nuanced Belgian ales, such as the Nitro Boom Stout. Food-friendly beers count hoppy Beowulf IPA, BrickHouse Red, Street Light blond and Dr. Dunkelweisse wheat beer.

Great South Bay Brewery -  25 Drexel Drive, Bay Shore
A microbrewery with a tasting room. Great South Bay’s repertoire includes: Blonde Ambition, Blood Orange Pale Ale, Hopsy Dazy, Massive, and more.

Barrage Brewing Company - 32 Allen Blvd., Unit E, East Farmingdale
Barrage started in the garage of its founder and head brewer, Steve Pominski. His brews take in Citralization IPA, a hoppy pale ale; ultra-hoppy Galaxy Beast; Famous Last Words Russian Imperial Stout; McLaughlin's Folly oatmeal-raisin-vanilla stout, and Yada Yada Yada, a brown ale with Snickers candy bars in the mix.

Oyster Bay Brewing Co. - 76 South St., Oyster Bay
Microbrewery producing unconventional ales and lagers with a focus on quality ingredients and rich taste. Specialties include Honey Ale, IPA, Barn Rocker, Pumpkin Brew and other seasonal offerings. Among their creations is a brew that has a definite sense of community: oyster stout, which was made with 300 pounds of oysters in the recipe. 
As always, drink responsibly and be sure to take advantage of Dynasty Limo to ensure you reach your final destination safely! Contact us today for more information and to view our availability.