Fusion can be a beautiful thing if done right, especially in the culinary world. BoCaphe is one of those places that gets it right and then some, as their Vietnamese inspired fare comes with a French twist that I wasn’t prepared for until I sank my teeth into several items they offered during a recent visit.
The West Village has always been a super fun place to walk around in, no matter what time of year it is. Whether you are hitting up an iconic gay bar or taking a walk in one of their beautiful and lush parks, chances are you will find something there that will strike your fancy. One of those aspects happens to be food, of course, and Kut is one of those places that is worth the walk in for a delicious feast of kebab and so much more.
It’s easy to admire someone who has a lot of drive and tenacity in any industry they work in. 18-year-old Izzy Escobar is definitely one of those people.
The world of country has found its footing in the mainstream music world over the past couple of years, thanks to a ton of artists that have found success outside of their industry hopping in and working with some of the biggest talents out there. For Country rock trio Honey River, they have a different idea on what type of music should be out there as the inspirations for their sounds date back to a time where artists were truly known as iconic.
American Housewife happens to be one of the funniest sitcoms on television right now, and Daniel DiMaggio only enhances just how hilarious this show can be.
Fogo de Chão is more than just a restaurant, it’s an experience. The popular Brazilian steakhouse, located right across from MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) has just announced some exciting news that coincides with the all the different types of meats and sides you’ll be having while there.
I really enjoy foodie locations in Manhattan that are no musk, no fuss. In other words: straight to the point kind of cuisine in a great location. TGA NYC, a newly opened sports bar only blocks away from Madison Square Garden, is that and then some, as it tickled my culinary bone in more ways than one.
Several music icons have come from Long Island. Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J. 16-year-old Vaeda Black, who comes from the North Shore (an area I am all too familiar with) could be next on that list given how incredible her indie-pop and alternative sound is that resonates so well with what’s going on in the music industry today.
Can you actually enjoy lodging and dining in the tourist trap known as Times Square? New Yorkers worth their salt are likely to say “fuggedaboutit!” I too was a skeptic until I found myself at the Foundry Bar and Kitchen, located within the Westin Hotel on 43rd and 8th. This unique oasis of calm is a much welcome find in a neighborhood rife with chain restaurants and loud pubs.
Fucked-up and fierce, fast and furious, funny and faggoty, fabulous and fantastic, KINK HAÜS is strutting its stuff at LaMama Downstairs.