New York City has a very eclectic music scene and there is no shortage of live music options. But when I walked into The Cutting Room, I was reminded that all music venues are not created equal. If the name sounds familiar to you it’s because it first opened in 1999 but changed its location to the trendy Flatiron District […]Read more ›
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Ever wished you could go out for a delicious sushi dinner while simultaneously being surrounded by dancers, flashing lights and sumo wrestler artwork? Well, your wish can finally come true with the opening of Sushi Roxx, in Midtown East, where dinner theater just got a bit more exciting. This truly original concept combines a top notch sushi dinner with Pop […]Read more ›
When Ayesha Kiani opened Chal Chilli, a Thai-Indian fusion restaurant tucked among the paan shops and puri houses of Murray Hill, she was on a mission. She wanted to fulfill her Pakistani mother’s long-time dream of opening a restaurant in Manhattan, a place that represented the pinnacle of all things American to her. A year passed after launching and Kiani […]Read more ›
Manhattanites – Murray Hill is redeemed: a new gem has hit the neighborhood in the shape of Asian bistro Sachi (at 2nd Ave. and 38th street). Opened a month ago under the prowess of James Beard Award-nominee menu consultant Pichet Ong and Andy Yang, creator of Rhong-Tiam, the first Thai restaurant in the US to win a Michelin star, this is […]Read more ›
You just don’t mess with success. Kailash Parbat, an authentic Sindhi restaurant that has been around for over 60 years, with locations across the globe, finally placed roots down in New York City. The restaurant is known for its distinct vegetarian street food dishes and fits right in in its neighborhood in Curry Hill. Because of the partition in India […]Read more ›