Serendipity 3
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You would have to be living under a rock if you don’t know what Serendipity 3 is.  The iconic Manhattan location has been around for over sixty years now, and has been populated by the likes of everyone from Bill Clinton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Wendy Williams and most recently… Cher!  (Who was there the night that I showed up.)  Generally, I tend to avoid places like these which can be infested with tourists, however I have been a big fan of Serendipity 3 for quite some time, and felt the need to stop by on a rainy Tuesday night.  It was worth all the rain in the world and so much more.

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Super Bowl 51 is shortly upon us, coming up in a couple of weeks on February 5th!  With the excitement of which team will be playing, Lady Gaga doing the halftime show, what commercials will make us laugh the most and so much more, many Manhattanites are trying to find the best spot to enjoy it all!  Luckily, we have found four great spots we think you should try for sports biggest night!

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This past weekend saw a bunch of hot bears and bear aficionados get together for some excitement in and out of the water as the return of the epic party known as Drenched came to fruition.  Room Mate Grace Hotel in Midtown once again played host to the fun and frolic as we submerged into their huge pool, had some delicious drinks, danced to some great music, and had an overall great time with each other.

Mohegan Sun

There is nothing like planning a mid-winter getaway for you and friends to obliterate the worries of your everyday life at home. This winter Mohegan Sun initiates their 14th Sun Wine & Food Fest,  taking place January 27th-29th inside the Uncas Ballroom.

Rockefeller Center Noir, Christmas
Rockefeller Center Noir

New York City at Christmas is a magical time. The lights, the crowds, the noise. This post is the opposite. Black and white, quiet, pensive. Moments of quiet reflection I managed to catch even in the chaos of Rockefeller Center.

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This Friday marks the inauguration of our newest President, and given the circumstances many of us feel about the days to come, is the perfect excuse to go out and have a drink (or more).  Luckily for all of our readers, we have found four awesome places that plan on making your day much better with their delicious drinks and tasty food so you can leave with at least the memory of having a good time and not what will be plastered on your television screens.


I am beaming with pride right now, as my good friend Huascar Aquino kicked off 2017 with a delicious bang as his new location, Huascar & Co. Bake Shop, is officially opened!  After months of anticipation, he opened his doors on West 54th Street between 9th and 10th Avenue this past Saturday to lines of people waiting to taste the Cupcake Wars winners’ creations!

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Printers Alley is one of those new locations in Manhattan that you must try for several reasons.  One- the convenience of its location is super awesome as it is right off the 1/2/3 line at Times Square.  Two- it brings the flavors of Nashville to the Big Apple in a fantastic way that will leave you wanting to put your cowboy boots upon leaving this grand location.  Three- it reads as overall a fun place to eat and enjoy with your friends and family.  Here’s why.

Allyn Burrows. Photo courtesy of Shakespeare and Company.

Allyn Burrows will soon have to satisfy over 600,000 people. As the newly appointed artistic director of Shakespeare and Company, he will oversee all of the programming, workshops, and community programs for one of the largest, year round Shakespeare festivals in the country.

Lisa Edelstein

Ever watch a show and become so enthralled by the characters that you start to feel as if you’re one of them? There are many aspects that can contribute to this, relation to one of the story lines, the adrenaline rush from the drama and of course our favorite… the costume designs. Yes, the costume design of any show can inspire us in many ways.