Hidden treasures in Manhattan are always fun to spot, no matter what the time of year it is, and many of those can be found in the heart of Chinatown. One that is worth highlighting for several different reasons is Wok Wok Southeast Asian Kitchen, as they draw influence from several different countries to develop their amazing brand of delicious cuisine.
Don’t have much planned as of yet for Saturday night? There is a fabulous event happening at the world famous Sotheby’s that brings two fantastic worlds together: art and food. Our Town’s Art of Food event will feature over 25 of Manhattan’s culinary titans of the Upper East Side, who will create some scrumptious dishes to enjoy while you gaze upon the work of abstract artist and architect Richard Meier. He plays host for the event alongside Chef Claus Meyer.
A skincare and wellness regiment is something that people are starting to take more seriously. And I don’t blame them, our skin has a story to tell that our words can’t muster.
It’s difficult to imagine a world without “People” but one almost existed. In 1962, during early tryouts of Funny Girl, composer Jule Styne and lyricist Bob Merrill wrote the ubiquitous show tune that would become Barbara Streisand’s signature anthem. Producers didn’t care for the song and wanted it cut from the show. Merrill persuaded them to keep it, Babs sang it, and the world embraced it.
The West Village has always been one of those areas of Manhattan that seems to get it right when it comes to cuisine. The restaurants are never that big, but more compact and filled with warmth in every single corner. The food is fantastic and served in an intimate setting. If you really want a taste of what makes New York City still great, this is an area to go to. And Gardenia is one of their locations you should stop by. Here’s why.
The Winter Olympic games start in only four days! Beginning on February 9th and ending on February 25th, billions of people will be tuning in to root on their home country in hopes that they will bring home a bunch of gold medals. There are some fabulous spots in the city that are going above and beyond to make sure your Olympics viewing experience is top notch, but which ones are the best?
Would you ever think about going to a restaurant that actually has no menu? What a world! Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte, located in Midtown East, prides itself on this sort of concept… and does so in a very unique way.
In one week, the glitterati of Manhattan will be lining the streets looking their absolute fiercest as New York Fashion Week begins. All of the major designers will be in town for endless shows highlighting the latest and greatest in fashion. With all the glitz and glam that surrounds this highly anticipated week, chances are you are going to get hungry at some point, so why not find a stylish and delicious place to stop at with your fellow fashionistas?
One of our favorite hotels to stay at in Manhattan is Row NYC Hotel, and has been for over three years now. The amenities one receives when staying at Row NYC far exceeds several other hotel hotspots in The Big Apple, as they provide you with so much more than your average hotel room.
Even if you live in Manhattan and are lucky enough to have found someone to love, sometimes you want to make a certain holiday with them that much more special and not spend it ordering take out with some Netflix reruns. Why not go all out and take them somewhere for a fun night or a fabulous stay over? Luckily, we have found some spectacular hotels and live music spots that will make your Valentine’s Day that much more special.