There's always so much to do in NYC.

But you already knew that.

Of your many, many options, here are our picks.

Brew You Yoga (July 26)

Find your zen, then kick back with a
Find your zen, then kick back with a beer. The Bronx Brewery is hosting Brew You Yoga, a Vinyasa flow class led by local instructor Leanne Maciel. Participants will be able to enjoy a four-flight tasting of Bronx Brewery beers after the class. 856 E. 136th St., Bronx, 1-2:30 p.m., $25, eventbrite.com (Credit: Leanne Maciel)

Bryant Park Barefoot Ball (July 26)

Leave your shoes at home, Cinderella -- you
Leave your shoes at home, Cinderella -- you won't need them at this ball. The barefoot dance party is back, this time with hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash mixing tracks in the park from 7 to 11 p.m. General admission starts at $75 and includes an open bar. If you're looking for a more exclusive party experience, splurge on a $200 VIP ticket, which includes access to a bar and lounge, special activities and a gift bag with a pair of flip flops for those who aren't crazy about being barefoot. (Bryant Park's Upper Terrace, between 40th and 42nd streets, bryantpark.org) (Credit: Angelito Jusay)

Fireworks at Coney Island (July 28)

Nothing screams
Nothing screams "summer" louder than a cocktail, view of the beach and fireworks. Coney Island puts on a free fireworks show every Friday night through Sept. 1, so hang out on the boardwalk or sip a drink from the new Kitchen 21 rooftop bar and enjoy. (9:30 p.m., Coney Island Boardwalk, 3052 W. 21st St., nycgovparks.org) (Credit: Jim McDonnell)

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Panorama (July 28-30)

The second annual Panorama music festival will be
The second annual Panorama music festival will be headlined by Solange, Frank Ocean, A Tribe Called Quest, Nine Inch Nails and others. That lineup alone will make you want tickets, but the three-day festival runs all weekend and includes shows by more than 30 artists. Plus, it'll feature the summer's hottest Instagrammable foods, like sushi burritos from Uma Temeraria and scoops from OddFellows Ice Cream. ($99 to $282, set times range from noon to 9:35 p.m., Randall's Island Park, panorama.nyc) (Credit: Getty Images / Nicholas Hunt)

NYC Restaurant Week (through Aug. 18)

Treat yourself and try something new at one
Treat yourself and try something new at one of the city's top restaurants. Nearly 400 will be participating in NYC Restaurant Week (which, yes, is longer than a week), offering three-course lunches for $29 and three-course dinners for $42. Try the coconut laksa at Flinders Lane, pictured, and top it off with a glass of wine. (Various locations, through Aug. 18, nycgo.com/restaurant-week) (Credit: Flinders Lane)

Movie trivia at Videology (weekly)

Videology Bar & Cinema hosts a weekly trivia
Videology Bar & Cinema hosts a weekly trivia night fit for film buffs. Head to the bar with some friends -- teams have a maximum of six -- to grab a drink and show off your cinema knowledge. 308 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, 8:30 p.m., free admission, videologybarandcinema.com (Credit: Videology Bar & Cinema)

Oculus Greenmarket (weekly)

The Oculus Greenmarket has returned nearly 16 years
The Oculus Greenmarket has returned nearly 16 years after it was forced to close following the Sept. 11 attacks. The weekly market, run by GrowNYC, will be open every Tuesday through November and features five farmers from the original pop-up. (285 Fulton St., grownyc.org) (Credit: Adeja Crearer)

Outdoor speakeasy at Katch Astoria (weekly)

Sports bar and grill Katch Astoria is opening
Sports bar and grill Katch Astoria is opening a backyard speakeasy on Thursday nights this summer. The outdoor space behind the bar's curtains will feature a list of retro cocktails, such as Old Fashioneds served in paper bags, and black-and-white films playing on flat screen TVs. Give a security guard the password, "katch me outside," to get in. 31-19 Newtown Ave., Queens, katchastoria.com (Credit: Katch Astoria)

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Dreamland Roller Disco (weekly)

Boogie on down to this Friday night roller
Boogie on down to this Friday night roller disco party at Prospect Park's LeFrak Center. Lola Star's Dreamland Roller Disco, a 21+ event, encourages attendees to sport their best retro costume while skating to 80s-themed DJ sets. 171 East Drive, Brooklyn, 7:30-10 p.m., $30, lakesidebrooklyn.com   (Credit: William Farrington / Dreamland Roller Rink)

'Descension' art installation (daily through Sept. 10)

If following today's political discourse feels like staring
If following today's political discourse feels like staring into a void, there's a pool in Brooklyn just for you. A giant continuously whirling pool, 26-feet in diameter, has been installed as a new art exhibit in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Titled "Descension," the piece is meant to "destabilize assumptions about the physical world," according to its curator, the Public Art Fund. Designed by the renowned London-based sculptor Anish Kapoor, the water spins in a vortex, seemingly disappearing into a hole in the ground. A railing encircles the pool, giving viewers the opportunity to lean in and peer into the cavity. 334 Furman St., Brooklyn, free, brooklynbridgepark.org (Credit: Brooklyn Bridge Park)