Saturday, January 16, 2021
Home Blog Page 2

A Staycation at The Statue of Liberty? Thanks Statue Cruises!

Credit: Pixabay

The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are two of New York City’s most cherished landmarks. So wouldn’t it be incredible to experience these areas on something absolutely fabulous to kick the New Year off? Statue Cruises to the rescue!

&Friends ‘Let It Be’ Video is a Beacon of Artistry and Hope


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.

5 Reasons Why Outdoor Dining in NYC is A-OK With Me

Outdoor Dining
Credit: Pexels

2021 has officially begun with no timeframe or date as to when indoor dining in New York City will resume. For now we are stuck with outdoor dining at many of our favorite restaurants (besides delivery & takeout) however this isn’t that bad of a concept after you try it out at least once or twice.

Order Up! 8 Global Delivery Options Available in New York City

Global Delivery
Credit: Hortus NYC

Indoor dining sadly remains closed in New York City as the Coronavirus pandemic rages on. Luckily there are still a ton of globally-inspired restaurants that are here to provide you with some of the tastiest delivery options available in The Big Apple.

Cheers! The 10 Best Restaurants We Visited in 2020

Best Restaurants
Credit: Bella Luna

New York City restaurants took a big hit this year due to the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic. Regardless there were still plenty of incredible hotspots that we headed to before and during COVID that were nothing short of absolutely wonderful to digest.

5 Christmas Day Dining & Delivery Options Around New York City

Credit: Pexels

Christmas is just around the corner! We are here to help those who are not in the mood to cook by giving you five fabulous places to either eat at or order from ahead of time so your holiday is a jolly good one indeed.

Indoor Dining in New York City is Closed (Again): How You Can Help

Indoor Dining
Credit: NOIR NY

It’s deja vu all over again. Indoor dining in New York City is closed due to the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic. In order to return to normal (or in this case, a new normal) these spaces need all the help they can get. Here’s how you can get involved.

Brooklyn Ballet Keeps on Movin’ with Live Version of ‘The Nutcracker’

Photo courtesy of Kimberly Gianelli PR

Even Covid couldn’t break a stalwart like The Nutcracker. Brooklyn Ballet, like countless other arts organizations, had to nimbly change their programming in 2020. Yet they pulled off the Herculean feat this weekend by being the only company in New York City to perform a live production of the beloved Christmas classic.  

Veggie Grill Will Be Your Next Fabulous Fast Casual Dining Experience

Veggie Grill
Credit: Veggie Grill

Looking to indulge in a delicious lunch that is healthy and flavorful all at the same time? Allow me to introduce you to Veggie Grill, a fast casual restaurant that will check off all your boxes when it comes to filling your belly with something truly tasty.

CheLi’s Delectable Shanghai Menu Excels in the East Village

Credit: CheLi

I have had many yummy meals throughout New York City, especially in the East Village where there are several hidden gems to discover. CheLi, located in the middle of St. Mark’s Place, is easily one of the best dining experiences I’ve had all year and I can’t wait to tell you about it.