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Hooray! 17 Amazing Restaurants Open For Outdoor Dining In New York City

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The wait is over folks! Monday, June 22, marked the beginning of Phase 2 for New York City which included restaurants being open for outdoor dining. Gone are the days of just takeout and delivery as we are FINALLY able to bask in the glory of eating delicious meals at a variety of some of the best foodie spots in the world.

Celebrate National Lobster Day With Ed’s Lobster Bar!

National Lobster Day
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National Lobster Day is coming up on Monday, June 15, and we here at Manhattan Digest couldn’t think of a better place to celebrate this yummy occasion with then at Ed’s Lobster Bar!

Woodspoon: Bringing Home-Cooked Chef-Made Meals To Your Door

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It’s still very important to highlight any and all things culinary going on in New York City amid the coronavirus pandemic. Something worth taking a look into is this fantastic app called Woodspoon which brings tasty home-cooked chef-made meals to your door. Yum.

Café Fiorello Reopens with a Full Menu and Cocktails to Go

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Fiorello Anipasto. Photo courtesy of Cafe Fiorello Instagram.

Boune Notizie! After weeks of pre-packaged frozen dinners that taste like cardboard and epic kitchen failures which have set off smoke alarms, Upper West siders can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Café Fiorello has returned.

So Delicious: Why H&H Bagels Remain Iconic In New York City

H&H Bagels
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H&H Bagels, a legendary hotspot in New York City that dates back to the early 1970’s, remains a place that thousands of people still love to order from. There are many reasons for this with one sticking out the most: their food is just that damn good!

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Seasons Ranked Worst to Best Including ‘All Stars’

RuPaul's Drag Race
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RuPaul’s Drag Race is about to crown its latest winner with Gigi Goode, Crystal Methyd or Jaida Essence Hall taking home the coveted crown. The Emmy-winning series has come a long way from its blurry camera, small stage, low budget kind of look that it had when it began way back in 2009. It’s now a pop culture phenomenon with no signs of slowing down any time soon. Die hard fans of the show have debated about a zillion different topics that have happened within it. One of those centers on which seasons were the absolute best, the somewhat meh, and the ones we never want to watch ever again.

Acclaimed Stars Unite for MCC Theater One act Play ‘The Sentinels’ Today

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MCC Theater will present the one act play The Sentinels, written by Matthew Lopez as part of their new Live Labs: One Acts today, Wednesday, May 20th at 5:30 pm EST.  It will be presented live on the MCC YouTube Channel.  Under the direction of Tony award winner  Rebecca Taichman, the cast features Jane Alexander (Alice), Katrina Lenk (Christa), Denée Benton (Kelly) and Priscilla Lopez (Waitress).  Act readings will be between 25 and 45 minutes in length are read and streamed free to the MCC Theater audience.

Mangia! 3 Amazing Italian Restaurants Open For Takeout & Delivery

Italian Restaurants
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Italian restaurants are practically the core of the New York City culinary scene. Millions flock to The Big Apple for a taste of some of the best pizza slices and pasta dishes you will ever try and that is still no exception regardless of the fact that we are stuck inside.

Melt Shop Giving Free Food To Thousands of Hospital Workers

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Melt Shop, one of the most delicious fast casual spots in Manhattan, is going above and beyond during the growing Coronavirus pandemic by donating free meals to thousands of hospital workers and children.

Celebrate National Wine Day Everyday with the Help of These Four Restaurants

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National Wine Day may not be until May 25th however there are still some incredible New York City restaurants that you can celebrate the occasion with all year long!