Hop on the 7 train in Times Square and a short 15 minutes later you will find yourself in Long Island City, Queens. For those familiar with the 7 train (yes, the same one that takes you to Citi Field and Flushing) once you come out from under the […]
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By Melissa Limberg Far, far away from my Upper East Side residence is a place that precedes itself in legend. Hipster legend. I had vowed to myself that I hated it, I didn’t even want to spend time there. Brooklyn. More specifically – Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Like, the capitol city […]
By Chris Ellis Your humble correspondent ends each week with a dilemma. A first-world dilemma, sure, but a difficult one nonetheless. To dine in New York is to be presented with such a vast array of options that it is nearly impossible to choose one without feeling as […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Need a quick lunch, dinner or late night snack? If someone in New York ever asks you this question, reply in the affirmative and you might end up with a great new dining option. In this case the option would be the Super Tacos truck. To […]
Contributing Editor Melissa Limberg submitted this post. Follow The Mizz on Twitter @mizzlimberg You’ve heard of Gordon Ramsey, right? The scary chef that yells at restaurant workers until they cry and then turns all soft at the end of the episode? Yeah, that Gordon Ramsey. Well, he has […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes What do the Union Square Green Market, ABC Home & Carpet and Flatiron building all have in common? I don’t think it is a stretch to say all are unique places and worth a visit. They also all happen to be within a 9 street […]
By Melissa Limberg Any restaurant piloted by 2012’s “Best Chef in NYC” is bound to be a good choice. An expensive choice, but a good choice. Here’s a disclaimer: if you plan on having dinner here, you should be expecting a bill of $300 or more depending on your […]
By Melissa Limberg So, just to give you a peek at the inner workings of moi, here’s a brief rundown of the thoughts that go through my head every Saturday or Sunday morning when I wake up: “BRUNCH BRUNCH BRUNCH BRUNCH BRUNCH ADVIL BRUNCH BRUNCH BRUNCH WATER BRUNCH […]
New York is a city that lends power to those who inhabit it, and we all know that with great power comes great responsibility. Responsibility that entails keeping it’s residents neatly groomed and well manicured. The women (and men) of this city have been spoiled insofar as the possibilities are endless as far as nail care is concerned.
Full Access NYC excursion tip. We were told of an art exhibition in East Harlem starting September 28 and running through October 15th. Could be something fun to do with friends or a date. Details: “Poética de Colores” is a solo exhibition by artist, Sam Kirk. Opening reception […]