Tacos are a delight to eat. They are yummy and filled with a variety of flavors that always make your taste buds happy (if they don’t, go see someone for help immediately). Plenty of spots in Manhattan will be honoring this culinary miracle during National Taco Day, taking place tomorrow, October 4.
New York City and its counterparts have you covered this October when it comes to food, entertainment and more. Whether its chilling with a delicious pint of beer, inviting your friends to a spooky night out or enjoying the tastes of what The Big Apple has to offer, chances are you will find something to satisfy whatever your heart desires.
Older audiences will likely recognize husband and wife team Michael Tucker and Jill Eikenberry from the hit television show, L.A. Law. Both were Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated several times for the NBC drama which ran from 1986-1994.
Fogo de Chão, which provides locals and tourists with one of the most unique culinary experiences in New York City, just introduced several new dishes that will give everyone another reason to head inside their Midtown location.
Can’t afford a trip down under? No worries! Burke & Wills, located in the super fabulous Upper West Side, provides scrumptious Australian-based dishes that will transport you to a land that Nicole Kidman, Olivia Newton-John and Hugh Jackman call home.
I have been a fan of Dale Talde for many years, dating back to his time on Top Chef: Chicago and Top Chef: All Stars (where he was robbed on both, IMHO). The charismatic and charming culinary wizard, who has experienced a ton of success in the New York City area, just expertly opened a new space called Goosefeather in Tarrytown.
Fast casual continues to be on the rise in New York City. Areppas, which specializes in mouthwatering Venezuelan cuisine, just opened a second location in Gramcery on Thursday, September 26, for the masses to enjoy.
Broadway saluted the next generation of performers on Sunday night at the Edison Ballroom where the Education Theatre Foundation hosted their Fifth Annual Back to School Gala. The event is designed to bring together students, teachers, and Broadway celebrities, many of whom spoke with Manhattan Digest on the press line.
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.
It’s surprising that there aren’t cautionary signs hanging around Broadway’s Bernard Jacobs Theatre. For inside, there is a production of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal that is equally exhilarating and heart-stopping.