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The Best Summer Happy Hours in NYC (NYC Blog)

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Best Summer Happy Hours in New York City The most beautiful thing about strolling around the city in the summertime isn’t wandering onto pretty tree-lined blocks. It isn’t getting up early to do something, anything, in Central Park. Nor is it going to the countless outdoor events happening wherever there is an open space. The [...]

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A Beer Lovers Guide to Manhattan (NYC Blog)

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Best New York City Breweries and Beer Gardens Before the common era, man had found a way to make the satisfying and sometimes intoxicating beverage that we have come to know as beer. One of the first drinks our kind decided to make remains one of the most popular. Although, beer in itself is one [...]

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Park Slope Chip Shop: Best of British (NYC Blog)

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Park Slope Chip Shop: Restaurant Review Place: Park Slope Chip Shop, 383 5th Avenue at 6th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn. Cuisine: British, pub food, comfort food Cost: Cheap to moderate. What I ate: Battered cod and chips ($12) with curry sauce ($2), treacle pudding with custard ($5). After having a long, terrible day, I was [...]

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The Prospect Park Food Truck Rally–Sunday, May 22, 2011 (NYC Blog)

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Prospect Park Food Truck Rally, Brooklyn Okay, we get it. Food truck cuisine in the city is a definite ‘do’. The idea of food truck cuisine has been re-imagined from last minute or late night questionable food options, to brand affirming, money making, gourmet foodie haunts. You’re favorite restaurant or cafe may now be mobile [...]

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The Manhattan Cocktail Classic, May 11-17 2011 (NYC Blog)

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Manhattan Cocktail Classic Cocktails have been having a moment for the last decade. From middle-aged women in designer shoes to well-suited and booted yuppies with stock portfolios, everybody has grown obsessed with perfect standards and otherworldly concoctions. Now, for the next five days the annual Manhattan Cocktail Classic will expose you to the very intense [...]

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Things to Do in NYC Blog: L’Orange Bleue, Restaurant Review

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Cuisine: Moroccan, French, Mediterranean Cost: Moderate What I ate: Salade Marocaine ($10), Tajine Citrine Olive ($18), Manager’s selected special ($18) The painted orange walls of the restaurant are glowing from the gentle lighting and candles dotted around. There are wonderful paintings, all lively portraits, lining the walls. However, the rest of the dark wood furnishings [...]

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Coming Up: Restaurant Week in New York City

Russian Food: NYC Restaurant Week
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One of the reasons many of us come to New York City is to try food that we would ordinarily have to by a plane ticket to try. But what if you had the chance to choose from hundreds of upscale restaurants offering the best dishes in the world? This is exactly the intention of [...]

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Dining Beyond Manhattan: Try Brooklyn

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There are many visitors who are dubious to explore Brooklyn when they arrive in Manhattan; I was once one of them. However, what further solidified my passion for the borough was the gastronomic adventure I had at my disposal beyond the East Side. Beginning from the comfort zone of the West Village to Park Slope there [...]

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Souen Restaurant in SoHo, NYC: A Satisfying Treat that’s Pretty Delicious Too

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Place? Souen, 210 6th Avenue, SoHo, NYC Cuisine: Japanese, Vegan, Macrobiotic Cost: Cheap to Moderate. What I ate: Hijiki seaweed ($4) and black cod with noodles in spicy soup ($14) Now feeling the cold of November I was in the mood for something hearty and comfortable but with Thanksgiving on its way I thought I [...]

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