Category Archives: New York City

Late Night Nosh

cafeteria-nyc

Where can you eat at 4 am in the “City That Never Sleeps?” That’s easy. Head out of our Madison Avenue hotel and hop a cab to Cafeteria, the 24/7 Chelsea eatery serving comfort food with a contemporary twist. Some of our favorite late-night noshes include Mac and Cheese Spring … Read More

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Historic Happy Hours

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We’re told O. Henry penned “The Gift of the Magi” at nearby Pete’s Tavern, the Big Apple’s oldest continuously operating restaurant and bar. We’re not surprised he found the place so inspiring. With its long wooden bar, tin ceilings, tile floors and exposed brick walls, it’s the kind of Old … Read More

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Pizza Pro Primer

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New Orleans has beignets, Memphis has ribs…New York has pizza. And while there are thousands of places to get a slice in the Big Apple, we think one of the most memorable (and delicious) pizza experiences in Manhattan is Pizza a Casa, a pizzeria and pizza school a mere ten … Read More

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Candy with a Side of Shimmer

Candy with a Side of Shimmer

As if channeling the offbeat wit of Willy Wonka, celebrated NYC fashion designer Cynthia Rowley is expressing her creativity on a new canvas. Her new Curious boutiques are a candy-coated fantasy of edible teacups, candy sailboats and salted caramel cotton candy. There are also party accessories – think cake plates, … Read More

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Get Your Green On

The NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade

Few parades rival the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade for sheer staying power. Now readying for its 253rd trip up Fifth Avenue, this historic event – which predates the Declaration of Independence by 14 years – draws a sociable, high-spirited mix of green-garbed locals and visitors to NYC … Read More

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