March 23, 2017

The Smile on Bond Street has always been a go-to brunch spot when looking for somewhere to go in the NoHo area, but in my almost six years of living in NYC, I never tried their dinner menu. We went this past Tuesday and the restaurant was packed. When I walked through...

March 5, 2017

One of my favorite restaurants in the city is Charlie Bird, so when I heard their sister restaurant, Pasquale Jones, was opening nearby (rewind to 2016), I did my research and jumped to get a reservation...except I couldn't get a reservation for a year! With that said,...

February 23, 2017

One of the busiest nights for restaurants all over the world is Valentine’s Day, so I snagged a reservation at San Carlo in SoHo a few weeks in advance to make sure my man could have a nice Italian meal.

San Carlo honors the age-old traditions of Northern Italy's Piedmo...

February 9, 2017

If I didn’t work out of an office, I would be working out of the community lounge at the Arlo hotel. This hotel is super hip, but has this homey, yet chic vibe -- the space features different vintage NYC posters throughout the lobby and second floor lounge. The second...

August 24, 2016

Any new restaurant opening intrigues me, but any new Mario Batali restaurant overwhelmingly excites me, to the point where I am constantly reading reviews in place of daily current events.  At first, I couldn’t get a reservation since the opening was so hyped up and th...

June 12, 2016

In a neighborhood with famous Italian spots: Joe’s, John’s, Lupa and Carbone, why would you give a hole in the wall a shot? It’s tough to branch out, but sometimes it’s worth your while. Romagna Ready 2 Go, is like many restaurants on the inside, but on the outside liv...

April 26, 2016

First off, it pains me to write about pizza as I keep Passover and give up bread for eight days. Pizza Beach was a roller coaster of emotions: I was so excited to try it... I finally got there...loved the beachey atmosphere and wide range of menu options (not just pizz...

March 7, 2016

With so many authentic Italian places in the Village, a modern take on a classic cuisine can either go very right or very wrong. Baker & Co. does it very right. It’s the perfect spot for girl’s night or a romantic date, and I definitely want to go back in the summer fo...

February 24, 2016

There's nothing I hate more than over priced pasta, but for some reason, I don't mind it at Carbone, and I happily accept the high fare. It's just that good! I'm not going to dissect each dish, piece by piece because the pictures do them justice. Yes, the Spicy Rigaton...

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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