SIMÒ Pizza will easily become your new favorite pizza spot for several reasons. One: it’s freaking delicious. Two: it’s located right next to the entrance that leads you to the Chelsea Skyline. Three: All of their pizzas are $10 or less. Four: the pizza itself is ready in a very short amount of time.
I have to be honest here. My experience at Mifune is something I’ve never truly had before in Manhattan, which is shocking because I thought I’ve “ate it all” already. Their take on Japanese cuisine is something that is so beautiful, so articulate and so poignant that it almost brought a culinary tear to my eye when I went earlier this month.
Flatiron has become the hottest part of New York City when it comes to emerging culinary trends. Greek isn’t exactly a trend of sorts, as its a classic type of cuisine we have all come to know and love, however newly opened Kyma has taken that idea and brought it to a whole new level which will get you to rethink on what you already know regarding this type of food.
Who run the world? Beyoncé and playwright Kate Scelsa both agree that is, indeed, “Girls.” Actually, in the case of her new play, Everyone’s Fine with Virginia Woolf, Sclesa argues that it’s women who run the world-powerful women who have been demonized for defying societal expectations. She couldn’t be more right.
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.