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by / on July 18, 2017 at 12:30 pm / in Food For Thought

Alice’s Arbor is Still Bed-Stuy’s Neighborhood Gem

You’d have to live under a rock not to recognize that the Bed Stuy section of Brooklyn is taking off as an “it” neighborhood to live and play. Alice’s Arbor, a five-year veteran of the hood, was an early adopter of the desirability of this neighborhood, and has maintained its presence by producing solid food in an attractive space. Refurbished […]

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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 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 October 10, 2016 at 11:35 am / in Food For Thought

Celebrate the Harvest the Japanese Way at Robataya

A dojo in the middle of the East Village, Robataya ramps up the American ideal of Japan in a glittering commercial of a meal. Empty bottles of sake line the wood-paneled walls and the giant table in the entryway seats 24 and overtakes the room Fresh fish and vegetables are on display in baskets, and everything here, from mushrooms to […]

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by / on June 14, 2016 at 1:10 pm / in Food For Thought

Mamo: A Taste of the Riviera in Soho

Dock your yacht on West Broadway and step into the dulcet tones of Mamo’s soothing white washed walls and crown molding accents. An Italian restaurant with Provencal overtones, owner Mike Mammoliti has commissioned Chef Massimo Sola, the former executive chef at Eataly in Rome, as well as the one Michelin starred restaurant Ristorante Quattri Mori. Buzz around Mamo, which opened […]

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by / on May 2, 2016 at 12:45 pm / in Food For Thought

New York’s Best Cheesemongers Face Off Over Curds & Bread

Do you like cheese? Do you dream about it? Do you eat so much before bed that it gives you creepy dreams? (Seriously, cheese dreams are real. Google it.) Do you particularly enjoy when different kinds of cheese are smushed between two pieces of artisanal bread and melted over a pile of butter on a skillet? The Big Cheesy, my friends, […]

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by / on November 18, 2015 at 11:20 am / in Food For Thought

Dish Envy, Where All Your Food Dreams Come True

Do you have a running list of restaurants on the notes section of your phone that you are constantly updating? Do you endlessly read reviews, or text your friends who are “in the know” for restaurant recommendations and what to eat at said restaurants? Do you refuse to let your dining companions touch their plates until you have meticulously photographed […]

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by / on June 25, 2015 at 5:49 pm / in Food For Thought

Hugo & Sons: Park Slope’s Newest Addition to La Famiglia

Opening a restaurant in New York City is one of the riskiest investments a person can make.  The ROI is low, and the New York City food scene is as fickle as a teenage girl’s interest in music: what’s trending one minute is long gone the next.  That being said, any commitment to this wild business endeavor requires a certain […]

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by / on June 16, 2015 at 12:45 pm / in Food For Thought

Church Street Tavern’s #mostimportantburger

Recently voted #20 out of Grub Street’s 50 Most Important Burgers in New York, we had the fabulous opportunity to visit Church Street Tavern, a classic Tribeca pub with a chic, opulent flair to sample the famous meat snack. Dark and cozy but simultaneously welcoming, Church Street is the kind of place we can see ourselves running to in the […]

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by / on June 2, 2015 at 2:35 pm / in Food For Thought

New Taste of the Upper West Side: Revisiting Classics Old, New, and Beloved

Though it has been quite the treat for us downtown kids to be courted and catered to by the food gliteratti, it is also lovely to re-visit neighborhoods one may not set out to visit very often.  One of the most exciting things about living in New York City is the opportunity for re-discovery, in and outside of your comfort […]

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