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. [Read more…] about Amigo by Nai in The East Village: Exoticism at its Most Delectable
Many of you may remember a video that came out during the very start of the Coronavirus pandemic that featured a slew of celebrities singing John Lennon’s “Imagine”. Also, many of you may remember hating how tone-deaf it was, and the fact that this video was made by millionaires who weren’t exactly acknowledging that their positions during Covid-19 are sizably different from the majority! It was certainly a frustrating video, but now with 2020 in our rearview mirror, we can be thankful for the release of a far more empathetic piece that also happens to nod to a Beatles song. [Read more…] about &Friends ‘Let It Be’ Video is a Beacon of Artistry and Hope
Social distancing has unfortunately put a damper on many people’s personal hobbies, which while upsetting can still act as a segue for people to gain new interests. New York still offers a plethora of different venues for people to find new ways to spend their free time, and Soho just opened a new spot that’s actually a bit foreign for the city of New York. [Read more…] about Live Axe – Perfect New Spot For a New Yorker to Find a New Recreation
With winter fast approaching, many New Yorkers are likely wondering if their bar/café rituals will have to hibernate till the spring. Outside dining has been the norm since pandemic restrictions were lifted, and restaurants are now worried that patrons aren’t going to want to make a further adaptation of adjusting to being in colder climates with their food and drink. Fortunately though, several establishments seem to have a sturdy plan to survive during the colder months and offer attractive dining and service that customers will simply not be able to resist. Bar Beau is one such location. [Read more…] about Bar Beau – Still Hip and Thriving in The Williamsburg Neighborhood
Curry can be hard to pull off here in New York. The Indian dish is often considered to be best complimented with a certain mixture of spices and herbs that aren’t always indigenous to America. Still, giving how multi-ethnic Brooklyn is, one would hope that there would be at least a few curry spots available there, and now we have a new winning example of such. [Read more…] about Masti Offers Williamsburg Top-Notch Curry and a Pristine Sensibility
Carnegie Hall has been one of New York’s most reputed music venues for over a century now, and now attendees of the revered event space have even more of a reason to come to the area: legit dining! [Read more…] about Carnegie Diner Reinvents The New York Diner While Also Relishing In Nostalgia
For those that want a healthy and satisfying sushi meal, there aren’t too many valid options in Manhattan. Restaurants in the area can either be too expensive, low-quality, or both, but fortunately there’s a very nice route one can take to get delicious and affordable sushi in the Flatiron District. [Read more…] about Mizu Offers the Most Satisfying and Affordable Sushi Meals in Manhattan
What really makes for good salmon? In fact, perhaps a better question might be this: What qualifies as edible salmon? Seafood lovers may be shocked to hear that very frequently, served salmon hosts a plethora of undesirable artificial chemicals in them such as antibiotics and growth hormones. These features can be problematic, especially for those that eat a pescatarian diet for health reasons, which is why Blue Circle Foods is so dedicated towards serving fish in not just the healthiest way possible, but the most sustainable way.
While sushi is often correlated with raw fish, this isn’t a mandated ingredient. In fact, sushi is a viable vegan option, as it can be paired exclusively with fruit and vegetables, which is a concept that Beyond Sushi has had enormous success with.
Next time you’re in Williamsburg and feel like going to a dance club that doesn’t serve cocktails for $19, a new viable option has arisen. JJ’s Hideaway just opened up in a small western nook of Williamsburg, right by the Wythe Hotel and Brooklyn Bowl, and is committed to being as fun and cheap as possible. [Read more…] about JJ’s Hideaway is Giving Williamsburg Bar Patrons The Most Punk Option