Makana Hawaiian & Japanese BBQ features a melting pot of popular dishes not usually found outside of Hawaii, and certainly rarely east of Los Angeles. To see that Makana is successful enough to open a second branch in NYC is a real treat.
By Louise Simon. You can follow more of her work at Appearance for Less. After a year of walking past Crave Fishbar and repeatedly saying, “we should try this place”, last Saturday, we finally tried it. Being from Sydney, we are always looking for a good seafood fix […]
As a writer, I spend a lot of time at Starbucks. I can’t even tell you how many Venti Earl Greys I’ve sipped down while pecking away on my Macbook. (By the way, I take mine with a splash of soy milk, a few dashes of cinnamon, and 2 Splendas…)
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.)
By Chris Ellis Former study abroad participants and travelers to Florence need look no further than Macy’s at Herald Square to rekindle their love of gelato at the first outpost of Vivoli, Il Gelato outside of Florence. When I first heard last month that Vivoli was opening in […]
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 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 […]
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 […]