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We are only a couple of hours away from experiencing The Total Solar Eclipse, happening around 1:06 PM EST and going all the way to 4:01 PM EST.  Very, very exciting!  If you are in the mood to celebrate this historic event, many spots around Manhattan have you covered to experience this one in a lifetime occasion!

Manhattan Digest has put together an epic list of great places to stop by to see the eclipse today. Relax, have a drink, do some yoga and enjoy what will come of this.

Eclipse with 216!

Nicole Katz Monday 8/21 at 2:30

Hatha yoga, the physical practice of yoga, literally translates as HA Sun and THA moon, and yoga is the practice of the union of these two. On Monday 8/21 the sun and the moon will line up perfectly outside, and inside, on the mat we will be practicing sun and moon salutations as well as some fun balance poses to honor this huge cosmic moment and inspire great balance within!  More here.

Dairy Queen- 54 West 14th Street

Not to be eclipsed by the solar eclipse, Blizzard® Treat lovers everywhere can celebrate this once in a lifetime phenomenon with a DQ® Blizzard Treat buy-one, get-one for 99 cents* beginning on Monday, August 21 at participating Dairy Queen® and DQ Grill & Chill® locations nationwide.  The BOGO offer, available through Sunday, September 3, also is a nod to the unofficial end of summer.  More here.

Haven Rooftop- 132 W. 47th Street

Haven Rooftop will offer their delicious and refreshing Eclipse Negroni (Gin infused with cinnamon, Aperol, Campari, Anise) in honor of this breath-taking phenomenon. You can also treat yourself to Haven’s delectable bites including their Fish Tacos, Crispy Calamari, and Sliders among other tasty menu selections.  More here.

Kola House- 408 W. 15th Street

Kola House is rolling out a NEW cocktail, “Total Eclipse Of The Heart”… and it’s half off ($8) on Monday!  Also, Kola House will be stepping back in time to an old New York supper club with the help with Glenn Crytzer and his famous orchestra – live dancing & sounds from the Jazz-Age & Swing era with Cryzer’s 14-piece band and music of Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Fletcher Henderson, Bing Crosby will be in action.  More here.