It’s no secret that NYC has a million and one food choices. Even so, it’s hard not to get stuck in a food rut and keep going back to the same tried and true places that you know are good. So Ann and I decided to step out of our comfort zones and try a recently opened hot dog and burger joint called Kings of Kobe.
A group of NYC girlfriends and I have been getting together for monthly dinners over the past five years. For our most recent girl’s dinner, we decided to check out the new Massoni restaurant in the Arlo Nomad Hotel. Spoiler alert: they have some of the best pizza I’ve tasted in the city!
Ball and gala season is in full swing, and that means full-length gowns, picture-perfect makeup, and flawless hair. For this year’s Viennese Opera Ball at The Waldorf Astoria New York, we decided to put our locks in the hands of the experts at Paul Labrecque Salon.
Finding a good Nicaraguan restaurant in NYC is next to impossible — they just don’t exist! Luckily for us, our good friend Aurora hails from Nicaragua, and was on the hunt for the classic South American cuisine of her home country.
I’ve loved all of my experiences with Momofuku restaurants, so when I needed to find a restaurant in Midtown Manahttan for dinner plans, I jumped at the chance to try Momofuku Má Pêche. Má Pêche serves creative, Asian-tinged New American fare, and it lived up to the expectations I have come to expect…
When deciding what to do on a summer day in Manhattan, one may consider a picnic in Central Park, rooftopping in the Meatpacking District, or walking the High Line in Chelsea. If taking the trek uptown to Inwood, Manhattan at the northernmost tip of the island has never crossed your mind,…
One of the first things that comes to mind when I think of fall is…pumpkin spice latte? No! Renaissance Faires and Medieval Festivals! While I do have major love for the Renaissance Faire, the Medieval Festival Fort Tryon Park offers much of the same without having to leave New York…
A summer night, warm, gentle breezes, a lush, green oasis, refreshing yet pungent cocktails, the light mist of a cool fountain, and lively music to keep you going. The Central Park Conservancy’s Annual Evening in the Garden is a peaceful respite away from the heat and hustle and bustle of NYC in the summer, without having to leave the city.
Where else can you get an Italian seaside and Alps experience set against imposing skyscrapers? That’s right – no where but NYC. Check out our yummy Sabbia Restaurant Review now.
Have you been to the “Big Easy” yet? My first trip to New Orleans was amazing. The two things that stood out most were the architecture and the FOOD! At home I follow a healthy diet, but when I’m on vacation, anything goes.