Can we forget about the hustle and bustle of New York City for a moment and cross state lines over to New Jersey. Okay, before you screw your face up and ask why let me just begin by saying SoJo Spa Club!
Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 17th, and if you haven’t found a spot yet to treat the dad in your life at: fear not! We have found some fantastic places that will definitely leave him, you and the rest of your crew feeling happy and full upon your exit.
The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture currently hosts Little Rock, a play based on the true story of the “The Little Rock Nine”, the first black students known to attend their city’s formerly segregated Little Rock Central High School three years after the Brown vs. Board of Education Supreme Court decision ruled separating students based on race was unconstitutional.
Get your sweet tooth ready! Celebrity Baker Aliyyah Baylor has news worthy of an over the top cake. She’s got a brand new shop that just opened for business on the Upper West Side at 775 Columbus Avenue.
Chef Peter Botros has done it again. After a stellar opening of his restaurant Violette’s Cellar earlier this year, he has given Manhattanites yet another reason to take the ferry to Staten Island and try out his latest venture called Corner House BBQ.
Who hasn’t enjoyed the delectable taste of a Keebler cookie at least once in their lives? The Keebler Company has been a national treasure for many decades now, as the snacks they produce has made its way into the homes and mouths of millions of people. Now they are doing something extra special to help celebrate National Fudge Day on Saturday: opening up their one of a kind pop-up shop that takes the word “interactive” to a whole other level.
Those that got a chance to attend the J. Hernandez and Sons (named for the brand’s father-son distiller duo of Jesus Hernandez and Jesus Hernandez Jr.) Pop-Up Bodega in Brooklyn this week were gifted with a great night of food, drink, and music. Part of a continued series that started in April, the pop-up bodega series has been going to several major cities across the country, providing people with the irresistible taste of Altos Tequila, one of Mexico’s premiere liquors. Opening for two nights in six different cities, the brand has appeared in Los Angeles, Denver, Austin, and Nashville before coming to New York, right before making its final stop in Chicago. With these events, Altos Tequila is ardently trying to communicate a strong honor for community.
Several prominent members of the New York City culinary industry reacted to the sudden passing of Anthony Bourdain, who committed suicide at the age of 61.
The Regency Bar & Grill, located inside the super sophisticated Loews Regency New York on Park Avenue between 61st and 62nd street, has just added some absolutely delicious new menu items to try right in time for the summer.
Chelsea remains one of the most popular spots to head to in New York City for a bevy of reasons, one in particular being the variety of foods you get to eat from. Coppelia, which is located smack dab in the middle of 14th street between 7th and 8th avenue, is one of those spots, as the Latin cuisine they are able to create is nothing short of absolutely scrumptious.