Post Tagged with: "west village"

by / on February 9, 2017 at 12:10 pm / in Food For Thought

Step Into a New Way of Dining at Coarse

The West Village is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, so its fitting that Chef Vincent Chirico opened up Coarse right in the heart of it. The restaurant is covered with graffiti-style faces drawn by Noëmi Manser, along with street photography by Amon Focus, giving it a cool New York City vibe. The space seems to center around a big […]

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by / on December 31, 2015 at 12:20 pm / in Food For Thought

Dominique Bistro: French Fare in the West Village

A new French cafe opened its door in November 2015, bringing the class and elegance of Parisian culture to New York City’s West Village. Dominique Bistro, helmed by chef Dominick Pepe serves up classic French dishes, as well as authentic countryside favorites. The perfect, cozy spot to snuggle up and dine at during the winter, the bistro exudes all the […]

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by / on April 20, 2015 at 3:35 pm / in Food For Thought

Pizza and Wine, How Divine!

Around every corner in Manhattan you can find a slice of pizza, and most of the times, it’s pretty darn good. But what’s a New Yorker to do when the 99 cent stuff just won’t cut it? The answer lies at Pizzetteria Brunetti. The father son-owned pizza place, located in the West Village, set up shop in the city after […]

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by / on August 13, 2014 at 1:18 pm / in Get Cultured

Environment Friendly Products Delivered Right to Your Home

Sunrise Lane is a small business located in the West Village of Manhattan that delivers environmentally friendly products straight to your house. Co-Owner of Sunrise Lane and Sunnymobile Rossella Mocerino has created a very interesting and unique business that makes every delivery feel personal and familiar. Delivery is free and they accommodate your busy schedule. They will deliver at a […]

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by / on August 5, 2014 at 11:00 am / in Food For Thought

The Thinking Man’s Jerky

“The Thinking Man’s Beef Jerky.” Don’t think of Biltong as Beef Jerky because it’s not, it’s something much better. Appearances always matter and when I walked into Jonty Jacobs there was such a pleasant smell that I could not help but just stand there and just take everything in; the smells, the biltong hanging in the corner, the owners happily […]

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by / on July 30, 2014 at 10:55 am / in Food For Thought

Chapter One: Sophisticated American Pub Cuisine

Beautifully plated and classically fresh is what lies at Chapter One in the West Village. The chef offers a sophisticated take on American pub cuisine, with a home-like feeling inspired by New York City’s historic taverns. Between the Charred Octopus, Lentil Fritters, and Beef Tartar, starting off the evening can be a hard decision here. Knowing all the ingredients are fresh […]

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by / on July 7, 2014 at 3:25 pm / in Food For Thought

A West Village Italian Gem: Pagani

In a city blanketed with restaurants, especially specializing in Italian cuisine, people might feel they tried it all, but there are always hidden gems in Manhattan. Nestled on the corner of Bleecker Street and 7th Avenue in the West Village is Pagani, a refreshing take on Italian cuisine while paying homage to the building’s past. Walking through the doors of Pagani, […]

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by / on June 24, 2014 at 10:55 am / in Bottoms Up

Presstea: Changing the Way We Think About Tea

  I recently had the pleasure of visiting Presstea in the West Village; a café that has been open for one year and is gaining popularity by the minute. Not only was I able to taste some delicious pastries and tea, but I was also taught some important facts about tea in general. While at Presstea I came to the […]

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by / on January 28, 2014 at 2:25 pm / in Food For Thought

Dogmatic Opens in the West Village

In the midst of the recent snowstorm, I stamped my boots on the mat outside a small blue and white haven in the West Village, taking note of the list by the front door touting accolades from various media outlets, including the New York Times, Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, and The Wall Street Journal. This is Dogmatic, which recently […]

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by / on October 8, 2013 at 11:00 am / in Bottoms Up

West Village Whynot Coffee & Wine

Whynot Coffee & Wine on Christopher Street has officially launched and is the place to be for great wine, charcuterie, and of course, coffee!  Between the wonderful ambiance, gourmet cheese selections, and breakfast quiches, foodies, wine lovers, and coffee connoisseurs can enjoy it all. For the wine-o’s, this café offers nice reds, sparkling wines, and crisp whites. After 5pm you can […]

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