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 […]Read more ›
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One of my favorite things about New York City is the lively and vivacious entertainment that you can frequently stumble upon. There is never a lack of shows and performances and when we received an invite to check out a new show at The Cutting Room, we knew we couldn’t say no. The fun, energetic space has played host to […]Read more ›
If there was ever a place where a coffee bar can double as a chic place to enjoy an aperitif, the Meatpacking District is it. The soft lighting, the long, stainless steel bar aching to be leaned against, and the surprisingly lengthy list of coffee-infused cocktails all contribute to making Kobrick Coffee one of a kind. During the day, Kobrick’s […]Read more ›
In a city where there are so many people trying to be visible, we seek places in deep corners where we can hide behind velvet curtains or heavily guarded steel doors simply to avoid crowded, messy social interactions. The overstimulation and exposure of the senses in New York drive us to places of secrecy and valor. It may or may […]Read more ›
They say New York is the city that never sleeps. You can find some New Yorkers out dancing until the wee hours of the morning. And now you can find quite a few New Yorkers dancing before they go to work. I was invited to New York City’s Daybreaker Week. Daybreaker is an event created by General Assembly co-founder Matthew Brimer and Super […]Read more ›
When I first heard about NightOwl, a proclaimed “all-in-one, personal resource for nightlife” I was certainly intrigued. Who, especially someone who lives in a city as huge as New York (like me), wouldn’t want something to help them navigate through the endless mediocre bars and less-than-desirable “hot spots” and on to the places where the real fun was hiding? I […]Read more ›