July 31, 2016

I’ve tried a few good omakase tastings recently, but Neta exceeded expectations and took my past experiences to the next level. The 40 seater located in Greenwich Village is super cozy and what’s cool is 20 out of the 40 seats are at the sushi bar.

Executive Chef, Sungc...

July 11, 2016

I’ve always had my go-to neighborhood sushi spots and have never felt the urge to venture out of my comfort zone, especially when I know something is convenient, fresh and semi-affordable. Sushi Seki has been on my forever-growing restaurant list for years, so when I g...

May 24, 2016

If you haven’t been able to tell yet, my favorite food is sushi – all types, fish, shapes and sizes. If it was acceptable, I could eat sushi for breakfast, lunch and dinner. When I heard Natsumi was opening a “Tapas” style location on the East Side, I had to pay them a...

May 12, 2016

I am usually hesitant to try hotel restaurants, especially those located in Time Square, but I didn't mind Izi, a new fun and modern Izkaya located on the first floor of Blue Fin (who recently celebrated their 15th anniversary - congrats!).

 

We had drinks upstairs at Bl...

May 6, 2016

Ever since I saw the photo of the Bruléed Pineapple, I’ve been intrigued to try Noreetuh (which means playground in Korean). Last Friday, I saw Full House the Musical at Theater 80 on St. Marks and knew Noreetuh was a block away, so I had to go after the show (no quest...

April 18, 2016

The LES restaurant scene is very diverse, kind of like the Mean Girls lunchroom. You have your classics (Katz’s, Russ & Daughters and Meatball Shop), pretentious (but delicious) spots (Beauty & Essex, Dirty French and Stanton Social), casual, but “always a wait to get...

April 2, 2016

There’s a newish Han in Koreatown, and it’s unrelated to the dynasty, although it wouldn’t be so out of the ordinary if Han Dynasty and Her Name is Han were related.

 

Anywho, I really like all cuisines, except have never had luck with finding a good Korean restaurant, e...

March 16, 2016

For the past four years, there’s been a rumor that Limelight is either closing down, becoming a club again, David Barton is fully taking over the space or the best… it’s turning into an IHOP. I was most excited for an IHOP, but when I found out that the shops would sta...

February 15, 2016

It’s public knowledge that Han Dynasty is my favorite Chinese restaurant in the city, but now I am going to have to split up my time and give Chop Shop some more love.

 

I like to embrace all cultures and thought it was fitting to go try Chop Shop during the Lunar New Ye...

February 9, 2016

I like anything Momofuku, so when the Chelsea outpost opened, I immediately made plans to go with a friend. Like all “long wait” restaurants, you can go there, put your name down, chill and then you’ll get a text when your table is ready.

 

After almost two hours we got...

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