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.
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.
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.
Sticky’s Finger Joint has a lot going for it which makes it one of the best fast casual places in Manhattan. First, it has multiple locations sprawled across New York City. Secondly, it’s finger licking good with its array of incredible chicken fingers options and sooooo much more.
2020 has brought with it all manner of big changes to our lives. The rise of COVID-19 is continuing to affect our work, our hygiene, and even the way that we socialize. For the people of Manhattan and New York State, it’s been a particularly rough ride.
Gray Hawk Grill’s elegant appearance, fantastic dishes and so much more make this spot a welcomed addition to the Upper East Side.
Social distancing has unfortunately put a damper on many people’s personal hobbies, which while upsetting can still act as a segue for people to gain new interests. New York still offers a plethora of different venues for people to find new ways to spend their free time, and Soho just opened a new spot that’s actually a bit foreign for the city of New York.
With winter fast approaching, many New Yorkers are likely wondering if their bar/café rituals will have to hibernate till the spring. Outside dining has been the norm since pandemic restrictions were lifted, and restaurants are now worried that patrons aren’t going to want to make a further adaptation of adjusting to being in colder climates with their food and drink. Fortunately though, several establishments seem to have a sturdy plan to survive during the colder months and offer attractive dining and service that customers will simply not be able to resist. Bar Beau is one such location.
It’s not a shocking revelation that most of us are zoom fatigued. While modern video-call technology has allowed us to keep in touch with colleagues, friends, and relatives, it’s also proven to zap our eyes and concentration.
What begun in Europe has made its way to New York and could be the next big thing in how you live and breathe in our area. Meet Cohabs, an incredible shared living experience that will open its doors in Brooklyn this month.