By Michael Ibrahim 124 Old Rabbit Club: 124 MacDougal St New York, NY 10012 Here is a classic hole in the wall place that is hidden in the middle of the busiest part of MacDougal street. There are no signs for this bar so you might have to look around a bit. […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Every year in New York around mid-December a very interesting thing happens. Similar to the great Wildebeest migration of the Serengeti or Monarch butterflies traversing North America, thousands upon thousands of Santa Claus’ begin to congregate in midtown Manhattan. It is the annual SantaCon and […]
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 […]
By Melissa Limberg In a place like Little Italy, a restaurant is a dime a dozen. It’s hard to even walk through on a nice day because everyone is running up to you saying, “TABLE?! I GOT A TABLE! OUTSIDE!!” you don’t even really know where to start. […]
By Melissa Limberg Tapas style dining is one of the most underrated experiences I have come across. The art of creating small dishes to share is truly an engaging way to enjoy a meal with friends. For those of you unfamiliar with this, I think it works best […]
By Melissa Limberg I would like to give a huge thanks to HelpUsAdopt.org for having me at their event on Wednesday night. It was fabulous, it was fashionable, and financially successful thanks to some big hearts dropping some big bills! (Though I will throw in the fact that I’m […]
New York, New York. A city so nice, they named it twice. Ahh, the distinct pleasure of living in a cultural mecca cannot be overstated. Rich in culture and diversity, New York City has some of the best nightlife for any demographic.
Just wanted to send out a few pics from the Sam Kirk art exhibition going on through October 15th in East Harlem.
By Seth Fera-Schanes If you find yourself in Battery Park City, consider heading to the corner of North End Avenue and Vessey Street. Here you will find the Irish Hunger Memorial which serves as a remembrance of The Great Famine in Ireland from 1845-1852. This is a unique […]
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 […]