Cider Week is right around the corner here in Manhattan, starting on October 20th through the 29th. So many different restaurants will be putting their best “cider” foot forward, and offering a variety of cider options to pair with their delicious food. One stop that should be on your radar is High Street on Hudson, who are planning on some fantastic duo’s of tasty menu and cider options.
“The opposite of war isn’t peace—it’s creation.” Playwright and composer Jonathan Larson immortalized the quote in his rock-opera masterpiece, Rent. Although he was referencing Bohemian New Yorkers, the sentiment has reached universal appeal.
Poverty is a economic and social state that still describes the majority of the world. Most of our society wouldn’t realize how much adversity these poverty stricken people face on a regular basis. There are plenty of non-profit organizations around the world who distinguish the many issues and make it their mission to help in anyway they can.
We have found some of the best snacks to munch on this fall while on your endless hustle in Manhattan, to ensure that hunger is a non-issue for you during your busy day! From popcorn to a healthier alternative in candy bars, we have you covered so when you are on the go you are feeling full and satisfied! Yum.
One of our all-time favorite areas of the city is the historic South Street Seaport. It is a gem that we still don’t think many Manhattanites and visitors know about, even though it is a quick 5 minute walk from the Fulton Street subway stop. On October 21st, this area and parts of the Financial District’s best of the best of food and beverage will be celebrated with the 8th annual Taste of the Seaport!
Our culinary adventures keep bringing us back to Midtown East as of late! We recently profiled Foxy John’s for their super chill and delicious vibes, and now have headed a couple of blocks down to experience the euphoria that is Nirvana. Nirvana is located right outside Grand Central on Lexington Avenue between 40th and 39th street, and is the epitome of Indian cuisine personified.
True theater and cabaret aficionados are well aware of the four seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, and—Buckley.
I’ll admit it: I have a bit of a girl crush of sorts with Gretchen Rossi. My love fest for her has been running for about a decade since her days on The Real Housewives of Orange County to now where she is an in-demand designer of handbags, accessories (under the name Gretchen Christine) and so much else. She’s one of the few reality stars who really took a nose dive into positivity and found her true calling. It brings my respect level for her to a whole other level.
Thanks to Punchdrunk, the British Theatre Company who brought us Sleep No More, immersive theater has sprouted faster than Harvey Weinstein’s sexual allegations (too soon?) The long-running show continues to play to sold-out houses at the McKittrick Hotel and paved the way for Fuerza Bruta, Here Lies Love, Seeing You, Natasha Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812, and other interactive works.
Museums are on the verge of their highest-ever attendances, as technology is changing the way that visitors consume art.