Coco Pazzo has a best of both worlds kind of mentality when it comes to how they operate their business. During the day they are fast-casual, something that has become quite popular here in Manhattan, and at night, their environment becomes much more intimate as you dine on their delicious Tuscan dishes throughout the evening.
Thinking of getting out of The Big Apple for Memorial Day Weekend? These three locations are definitely worth the car or train ride to get to.
Yes you read that right, fresh&co is now available right along Chelsea Piers at Pier 62. If you’re aware of how prominent Chelsea Piers is in New York City for being a hub of sports activities, then you would understand why this is so big!
The Episcopal Church, for all of its controversy and mixed emotional baggage, is often a place that one would associate with grace and redemption. But often is not now–nor will it be for as long as Royal Family’s WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontline is taking up residency on the third floor of Midtown’s Church of St. Mary the Virgin.
59E59 Theaters’ latest Brits Off Broadway offering brings Tremor, a new play by Brad Birch, recipient of the Harold Pinter Commission.
The Shake and Burger Bar, located in Kips Bay on 3rd avenue between 25th and 26th street, is a “no musk, no fuss” type of place to go to if you are looking for classic American dishes to enjoy in a comfortable setting.
Scampi, which is located in the heart of the Flatiron district on W. 18th street between 5th and 6th avenue, may just be one of the best foodie spots in that area as its Southern Italian menu of sorts is top notch for your taste buds to enjoy.
One of the most star-studded festivals to hit Manhattan this summer will no double be Vulture Festival NY, which is taking place this weekend on the 19th and the 20th. If you aren’t in the mood to watch the royal wedding taking place across the pond, then you are definitely going to want to attend at least one of these events that feature some A-list celebs including Wendy Williams, Jim Parsons, Claire Danes and more.
Close your eyes and think of the perfect backyard cook out. Ice cold beer, fresh summer veggies, rich cuts of meat, hot and charred, the smell of hardwood charcoal smoldering and the laughter of your best friends as you hang watching those steaks or chicken thighs cook on the grill.
I was born clinically deaf. My mother, a nurse and homemaker, needed a solution to protect my hearing aids, transistors and wires from my tiny, inquisitive hands. She designed a little blue jacket for me to wear on which she sewed two small, strategically placed pockets onto the back of my shoulders; into these she put the transistors, and, after crossing the wires behind my neck so I couldn’t reach them, she topped off my towhead with a matching blue “bonnet” to cover my ears, again to keep the hearing aids out of reach from my wandering fingers. There’s not a picture of me before the age of two where I’m not wearing this dandy little outfit.