Another fabulous spot has opened up for Manhattanites and tourists to enjoy. SUSH1, located in the heart of Chelsea, is exactly the kind of place you are looking for if sushi is on your brain. Here’s why.
Rejoice fellow Manhattanites! Indoor dining is finally starting again in less than one week months after things were shut down to the Coronavirus pandemic. We have six, yes, SIX amazing spots for you to hit up once things are in the clear in a very short amount of time.
True Food Kitchen just opened up at Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City, Long Island. Their culinary journey was supposed to begin in the spring but sadly COVID had other plans. Now they are welcoming guests with their variety of healthy dishes that are deliciously flavorful and so much more.
Lolo’s Seafood Shack, located right above the B/C train on 116th street, is a great example of what a New York City hotspot should be: delicious food, fabulous customer service, wonderful ambiance and more.
Beloved Instagram star and all around cutie Bootsy The Corgi is debuting his first ever children’s book that will be fun for all ages to enjoy!
Newark & Jersey City are two phenomenal areas in New Jersey that are very close to us Manhattanites. Both provide wonderful experiences when it comes to food, sightseeing and so much more that it makes me wonder why I haven’t visited there more often.
Fogo de Chão is something truly special that any Manhattanite or its inhabitants should try. It’s an experience, whether indoors or al fresco as of late, that is something fun, exciting and overall pleasing to your palate as you dive into the rich flavors of what Churrasco meats really taste like amid a beautiful setting.
It’s always nice to hear about a restaurant reopening amid the COVID world we are still living in. Utsav, a delightful Indian spot located in the heart of Midtown West, welcomed its customers back in late July with their wonderful cuisine and so much more that make this place a great one to visit.
Al Fresco dining used to be simply an option for Manhattanites to choose during the warm summer months. Now, thanks to COVID, it’s all we got for the time being. Luckily these three amazing restaurants are going out of their way to give you an incredible outdoor experience that you will soon not forget.
I’m always a stickler for telling my friends to vacation in Long Island during the summer (and all year quite frankly). The food scene out there rivals New York City from Port Washington all the way to Orient Point, with many amazing restaurants located in between. One of those happens to be Tellers, an American Chophouse worth the drive or train ride for more reasons than one.