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Where to Dine With Your Valentine in NYC

Where to Dine With Your Valentine in NYC

February is known to be the most romantic month of the year and Valentine’s Day is the chance to share an intimate dinner with your special someone. New York City has some of the most romantic restaurants in the world, many of whom feature a special Valentine’s menu incorporating oysters, champagne and chocolate, all guaranteed […]

| February 13, 2016
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Where to Enjoy the Best Solo Dining in NYC

Where to Enjoy the Best Solo Dining in NYC

There are a myriad of reasons why New Yorkers dine alone, a late meeting, a reprieve from a roommate or significant other or just a desire to concentrate on a great meal and contemplate the day. Whether you are single or just want to dine alone, New York City is the ideal place to find […]

| February 8, 2016
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Special Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in NYC

Special Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in NYC

  Where to Celebrate New Years Eve in NYC:   Toro The New Year’s Eve tradition in Spain is called “Nocheviaje," the old night. Hours before midnight, hordes of people gather in Madrid’s Puerta Del Sol to await the chiming of the clock tower heralding in the New Year. This year Co-Chef Owners Ken Oringer […]

| December 24, 2015
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Where to Enjoy The Feast of The Seven Fishes in NYC

Where to Enjoy The Feast of The Seven Fishes in NYC

Many Italian-Americans celebrate Christmas Eve with a Feast of the Seven Fishes (Festa dei Sette Pesci). This is a tradition for Catholics, as they abstain from eating meat on holy days. The reason for seven dishes is not really clear – some say seven is the most frequently used number in the bible and others […]

| December 20, 2015
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Where to have a Unique Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC in 2015

Where to have a Unique Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC in 2015

If you are planning to dine out in Manhattan this Thanksgiving, here are some unique ideas for a different kind of celebration: SPICE MARKET If you are looking to spice up your Thanksgiving, then Jean-George’s Southeast Asian restaurant Spice Market located on West 13th Street is ideal.  The exotic décor is sure to give your […]

| November 18, 2015
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Bar Seki is Born

Bar Seki is Born

New York Sushi and Sake lovers rejoice! Chef Seki is opening his third outpost in the Theater District this week with a gorgeous bi-level experience and we were lucky enough to get a sneak peek. As New York City sushi lovers know, Chef Seki is simply one of the best. He is known as the […]

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The Best Of Restaurant Week On The Upper Eastside 2015

The Best Of Restaurant Week On The Upper Eastside 2015

New York City restaurant week is a twice annual discount event that allows New York City foodies to enjoy select lunch and dinner menus at over 300 restaurants at a prixe fix of $25 for lunch and $38 for dinner. It has been expanded to a three week event and offers a great opportunity to […]

| August 4, 2015
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Love Your Dinner and Your Wallet on Valentine’s Day

Love Your Dinner and Your Wallet on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day should be filled with love and fun, but it can also be quite stressful for couples who want to dine out in Manhattan on a limited budget. Restaurants create exceptional menus for a special evening, but they often come with a hefty price tag. There are hundreds of places to choose from in […]

| February 13, 2015
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A Taste, a Toast, a Splurge – Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in NYC

A Taste, a Toast, a Splurge – Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in NYC

New Year’s Eve in NYC can be very exciting. Times Square is filled with people who dream of seeing the ball drop live. Restaurants and bars are in full swing with friends and family from all over the world ringing in the New Year. This can be a magical evening for all. Here are three […]

| December 26, 2014
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Jewish Christmas Dinner Comes of Age

Jewish Christmas Dinner Comes of Age

Growing up Jewish at Christmas time in NYC had its own set of traditions.  Typically Christmas Dinner was eaten at a favorite neighborhood Chinese restaurant or if you were a little more sophisticated, at one of the many restaurants on Mott or Pell Streets in Chinatown. You may ask; Why Chinese food for Jewish people. […]

| December 25, 2014
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