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by / on May 30, 2017 at 4:50 pm / in Food For Thought

RealEats is a Food Delivery Service with a Mission

Chefs Dale Talde, Bill Telepan, Silvia Baldini and Katy Sparks are just a few of the first people to get behind the launch of RealEats, a home delivery food service that aims to bring healthy, delicious meals into New York homes. The sous-vide based cooking method is an ideal way to improve on the food delivery subscription business model, especially […]

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by / on May 16, 2017 at 12:10 pm / in Til the Sun Comes Up

The Anthony Glamorizes the Segue from Dinner to Nightlife

In a city that is over-saturated with bars and restaurants, it’s often difficult to stand out, especially on a busy thoroughfare like Bleecker Street. You can’t throw a rock without hitting a bar in Greenwich Village, and most establishments need to don multiple personas in order to maintain a steady flow of clientele. The Anthony is such a place. The […]

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by / on March 24, 2017 at 11:35 am / in Til the Sun Comes Up

Bar Schimmi and Patricia Field Celebrate Art in BK

Bar Schimmi, a siphoned-off area of the larger nightclub space Schimanski’s, is a brand new lounge as artfully decorated with paintings as it is with people. Guests of all walks of life, with style profiles ranging from the outrageous to the conservative, showed up to celebrate a new iteration of a Williamsburg hot spot and an old-school style icon. In […]

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by / on March 21, 2017 at 12:00 pm / in Til the Sun Comes Up

La Milagrosa Breathes New Life Into An Old Concept

Just when you thought you’ve seen the last of speakeasies, a new one comes along that makes you rethink if the genre is dead. When you arrive at La Milagrosa, you’ll wonder if you’ve gotten the wrong address. The night I went, I walked into what appears to be a bodega (which actually sells hard-to-find traditional Mexican ingredients) and spoke […]

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by / on March 9, 2017 at 2:46 pm / in The Twisted Library

The Thruway Killers Slays

The Thruway Killers is the seventh of nine novels by Harvey Havel, a former SUNY Albany and Bergen Community College writing instructor and novelist. Droogan McPhee is the unemployed, unsympathetic son of a wealthy curmudgeon who owns a chain of liquor stores in the Northeast. In tandem with his adulteress stepmother (who is closer to Doogan’s age then his father), […]

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by / on February 28, 2017 at 12:00 pm / in Til the Sun Comes Up

No Fun on the LES is Anything But

A dimly lit bar reminiscent of the old LES sits across the street from the flashy Ludlow hotel, one of the more recent additions to this stretch of Ludlow street. Cozy and welcoming, this wood-paneled bar, complete with heat lamps, is easily a place you could make your neighborhood bar if you live in the area. While No Fun has […]

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by / on January 31, 2017 at 12:05 pm / in Food For Thought

Simon Indian Palace Gives Warmth to a Budding Neighborhood

  The upper 50’s/lower 60’s on the east side of Manhattan is a bit of a geographic no man’s land. Not quite Midtown, not quite the Upper East Side, this area has taken on some alter egos in the past few years (Turtle Bay, Tudor City, Sutton Place – ish), but it still gives off the feeling it doesn’t quite […]

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by / on January 17, 2017 at 3:36 pm / in Food For Thought

League of Kitchens Unites Aspiring Home Cooks with Grandma-Type Instructors For Love & Snacks

League of Kitchens is a phenomenal program that unites adventurous eaters who are passionate about cooking with immigrant women who share and teach their native cuisine. As a participant of this class, you visit the teacher’s home and learn about her culture as you and five other students cook through the instructor’s chosen menu. I recently took an immersive workshop […]

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by / on January 10, 2017 at 2:05 pm / in Food For Thought

Chalk Point Kitchen – New Year, New You, New Menu

A SoHo favorite amongst chronic brunch attendees, Chalk Point Kitchen once again proves that it is so much more than avocado toast. The Kitchen’s refreshed winter menu has arrived, offering something for everyone, and doing it all with comfort and style. The cozy country aesthetic and the gracious staff are the cornerstones of the success of Chalk Point Kitchen, but […]

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by / on December 15, 2016 at 11:55 am / in Food For Thought

Spoon: A Cozy Addition to NoMad

Tucked away on a quiet stretch of Madison Avenue is a homey restaurant invoking the feeling of a small town. White wood walls give it a seaside vibe, and all the manic energy of the city outside quietly melts away as your sip your first glass of wine from an interesting and off the beaten path wines-by-the-glass list. Years of […]

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