January marks the month of Veganuary — a campaign that encourages people all around the world to take a pledge to try and eat plant-based / vegan for not only the whole month but as long as possible. Veggie Grill’s Co-Founder T.K. Pillan chatted with Manhattan Digest about why this is so important in the modern world we are living in today.
Cheesecake Factory is a place this writer has gone to for years. Little did I know that they had a sister restaurant called Grand Lux Cafe which is just as fabulous when it comes to the execution of its mouthwatering dishes and so much more.
Willow, a brand new Vegan bistro, is one of the many restaurants that have bravely opened up during COVID-19 with hopes that they’ll be a hit long after this pandemic has officially said goodbye.
Many different kinds of businesses have had to get crafty when it comes to keeping their customers interested during the COVID-19 pandemic. Adonis Lounge, one of the most popular male for male experiences not only in New York City but the world, has switched things up by going virtual only for their audience which in turn has become a massive success for them.
Dylan’s Candy Bar, an iconic sweet spot in Midtown East, has pulled out all the stops for you to have the most wonderful Valentine’s Day ever.
We first visited Jacob’s Pickles nearly eight years ago. It remains one of the best places Manhattan Digest has ever reviewed all this time later for so many delectable reasons that you should know more about.
Its been a minute since I’ve eaten out so the comforting burgers and plates at Clinton Hall were very appreciated. Dining right now is hard in this city as we know, but folks are doing what they can and I for one am grateful.
The Sex and the City revival was just announced on January 10. I’m very excited about this, especially with my alter ego being named Bearie Bradshaw, however there are certain things that need to happen in order for it to be a success and a fabulous conclusion to a 20+ year phenomenon.
Despite the distribution of a vaccine, COVID cases are still on the rise here in the states, and restrictions have been returned to a similar echelon as they were at the start of the pandemic. Certainly puts a damper on most people plans for a social life during the winter months, but there’s still plenty of reason to take part in outdoor dining, and a new restaurant in the East Village should be satisfying for those looking for a diverse menu and exotic presentation.
New York City brunch is an institution. It’s something that any Manhattanite should experience at least once in their lifetime if they aren’t already doing so on a weekly basis.