By Seth Fera-Schanes Perry St restaurant sits on the edge of the West Village and across the west side highway from Hudson River Park. With a modern design, cool crowd, attentive staff and of course good food, Perry St is a spot to add to your NYC restaurant list. […]
If you had 80,000 LEGO bricks at your disposal, what would you do with them? Corporate lawyer turned artist Nathan Sawaya used his to build a 19-foot long dinosaur that’s currently on display with dozens of his LEGO sculptures at Discovery Times Square, an exhibition center on West 44th Street. The dinosaur is one of the largest sculptures he’s ever made.
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York City farmers markets have some great produce, especially during the summer and fall. If you go to the green market in Union Square on any given morning, you will see city chefs buying the first pick of items as vendors are setting up […]
It’s totally okay if you don’t know exactly where The Play Lounge is located, most first timers don’t so I will tell you. Like many things MoSEX related, there are multiple entry options.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Ottomanelli’s Wine and Burger Bar, located on 111th street and 5th avenue in Harlem offers live jazz on Saturday and Sunday, featuring the talented Stephanie Jones (who also brings her Jazz knowledge to Full Access as a contributing editor.) The Ottomanelli in the name of the […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes A few options present themselves for the annual fourth of July celebrations in NYC. 1. Get out of town. The equation is simple: one part long weekend, mixed with two parts hot and sticky NYC. The outcome is boarding a plane, train or bus to […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Located at 50 Mott Street in Manhattan’s Chinatown, Yeah Shanghai Deluxe is a great restaurant to bring visiting friends or go for an after work dinner with your colleagues. Offering a range of dishes including many dim sum options, I would recommend going family style […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Make a few simple adjustments and see New York City in an entirely new way. Seek out your favorite rooftop, bike across the Brooklyn Bridge, lay flat on the corner of Christopher St and Gay St and just start snapping away. The different angles and […]
By Denise Oliveira The Human Rights Watch Film Festival is taking place in Manhattan right now, and you can still catch six films – the majority of them documentaries – between Friday and Sunday. One of the highlights of this festival is that the filmmakers and subjects of the documentaries […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes What do you get when you take The Octagon from UFC, place it in one of the most recognizable areas around the world, add two UFC pros in Jon Jones and Carlos Condit and then finish it off with 50 foot tall tv screens? One […]