Times Square, the cross-roads of the world, is up to bat for my next post. If you have never been to the city, Times Square makes the list of places to visit; that is a given. If you want to see a play, well you go to Times Square (or off Broadway or off off Broadway.) If you are anywhere in America on New Year’s Eve, chances are you are watching the ball drop in, wait for it, Times Square.
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Silver Moon Bakery and Cafe is located on the Upper West Side neighborhood on the northeast corner of 105th street and Broadway Avenue. It can also be conveniently reached by the 1 train off the 103rd street stop.
There are many cafes and bakeries throughout the five boroughs and Silver Moon Bakery is a standout amongst them all.
In advance of the new season of Arrested Development, the show’s iconic Banana Stand was moved to different locations around New York City this week. The events attracted big crowds and definitely created hype around season 4. With the large population and high number of both domestic and […]
I found these guys adorning an apartment building on New York’s Upper West Side. They are fairly low on the building (about 12 feet off the ground) and I really liked their expressions.
Spring is in the air and the tulips are popping up all around this city!
Nordic rye bread is dense, full flavored and incredibly well suited to have with your morning coffee or to make a delicious sandwich.
You can purchase some of the best Finnish rye bread from Nordic Breads Company based in Long Island City, Queens.
Walk around the city long enough and you will inevitably come across a Vietnamese sandwich shop. They offer a variety of meats served on a French baguette with cucumbers, pickled carrots, cilantro and some sort of chili mayo sauce.
Artichoke hearts, spinach and white sauce on a pie? This is the slice that made Artichoke Basille’s standout in a city filled with pizza joints (think every derivative of Ray’s Famous Pizza.)
New York is steadily transitioning into winter. Most of the leaves are off the trees, eggnog lattes are in abundance and pea-coats are out in full force. I am ready for winter but right around this time every year I feel a a tinge of longing for the last few days of […]
In the title I am talking about fall in NYC and not the holiday season Andy Williams crooned on his 1963 album.
Autumn in New York is my favorite time of the year. Gone are the days of oppressive heat and sweat soaked subway walls. The international tourist set have retreated to build back their bank accounts so they can come again next summer. There is a lull before the Christmas tourist crew finds their way into the city to clog the streets as they ogle all the pretty lights and trees. Clearly this writer has some seasonal issues he needs to work through.