“New York at Christmas” would be an understatement when walking in to Radio City Music Hall at 7:30 PM earlier this month. The city was jam-packed with pedestrians waiting in line to get their bags inspected and you could hear the repetitive sound of cab drivers honking their horns nearby. By the time we arrived inside, the cocktail line must have been filled with over 50 people waiting for a Pinot. [Read more…] about The Radio City Rockettes Serves as a Great Family Tradition
Kinky Boots portrays the decline of traditional industries in the 20th century and how it affected workers, but it was exceptional for musicals derived from different filmmakers. [Read more…] about “Kinky Boots” on Broadway- A Time to Celebrate
After spending a few days in New York this summer and eating a variety of unique food, I noticed how there are a lot of trends that have to do with this industry. These trends also became apparent when I noticed my friends in college who intern or work in New York, specifically Manhattan, eating foods I’ve never heard of before. I have found a bunch of great places that showcase the latest in food trends that fit in a lot of people checkpoints when it comes to cuisines that they like. Check out the spicy list below for more details and how to become more of a New Yorker by eating these foods. [Read more…] about Current Food Fads in Manhattan: What Are We Obsessing About?
In terms of versatility, Italian cuisine takes the cake as there are so many different options you can cook with, amazing sauces to compliment your pasta, Italian influence with the different meats that go along with, and so much more. Italian restaurants and Manhattan go together like Peanut Butter & Jelly, as they encompass a big part of the foodie scene here. Question is, which ones rank the highest? [Read more…] about Top 5 Best Italian Places in Manhattan! Mangia.
When spending a day and night in Manhattan, it’s hard not to spend it a tasty place to eat. If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner then you don’t have to walk any more than a few steps outside of your hotel room. Last weekend, I spent the day in Manhattan, where I had the chance to try restaurants I’ve never heard of before. It’s always nice to expand your horizon, especially when it comes to food. [Read more…] about A Day Spent Eating in Manhattan- Where to Dine and Dish?
Nickel Mines is a play that just wrapped at the New York Music Festival performed at Duke Theater. It is a very unique play in that it demonstrates not only forgiveness, but also empathy toward the local Amish community. The play is based off of the 2006 tragedy of ten Amish girls. Five were shot and five were injured by 32-year-old Charles Carl Roberts IV who later turned the gun on himself. [Read more…] about One on One With Nickle Mines Performers Sophie & Emma Hearn
Pokémon Go is the new rave. You will see college students, little children and individuals of all age walking down the street trying to catch a Pokémon. Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic for iOS and Android devices. It was released in most regions of the world this July. It’s a level of all-consuming cultural saturation not seen since, well, since its namesake TV show and accompanying trading card game rolled out in the late 1990s. [Read more…] about Where to catch Pokémon in Manhattan!!
We here at Manhattan Digest have a “You can’t sit with us” mentality for people who don’t like Buffalo Wings, because you seriously need to be studied if you don’t. They are amazeballs. They are the Pokemon Go of the Appetizer world, as you can always go out and find some new places to experience the sweet, spicy and delicious versions of them. Luckily, we have found the best of the best when it comes to all things wings in Manhattan. [Read more…] about The Definitive List of the Best Wings in Manhattan
No matter if you’re a college student in the culinary program at JWU or if you’re visiting Providence this week, you’re not going to want to miss the exotic, delicious food deals going on. Providence not only has great New England Clam Chowder but it also has some of the best Italian food and American style burgers you will ever find. From today until July 23rd you will be able to get your bang for your buck at many of Providence’s most delightful restaurants during Providence Restaurant Week! [Read more…] about Travel Idea! Hit up Providence Restaurant Week until July 23rd
Not only is New York City a place for tourism but it’s a place of excitement, culture and many events. If you’re looking to do something unique this summer, then come to New York for a day or weekend trip the month of July. Below are some of the excursions going on in the heart of the city that you’re not going to want to miss! [Read more…] about Why you should Visit Manhattan During the Month of July