There are a million and one spas around New York City, yet there is only one Liangtse Wellness. [Read more…] about Liangtse Wellness Brings Chinese Tradition To The States
Have you ever wondered what -252 degrees feels like? Yeah me either, until I stopped by Elite Cryo Lounge located in Midtown on 30 East 60th Street #1403 and have a better understanding of the product and the benefits. [Read more…] about Try Cryotherapy: The New Trend in The Health & Beauty Industry
Ever walk into a gym and instantly feel intimidated by all of the hefty machines and macho men around. Well walking into the Ultimate Training Center, I had those same anxieties, minus the spectators. [Read more…] about The New Norm of Exercising with Pure Conditioning
Anytime there is an excuse to have a celebration with steak, you can count me in. That can be said and more for the upcoming Mother’s Day festivities, which Manhattan restaurants will have plenty of options to celebrate the mother in your life with. So why not choose one of the most respected, refined and tasty locations midtown has to offer? This, of course, is Mastro’s Steakhouse, who is pulling out all the stops for Mother’s Day next Sunday, May 8th. [Read more…] about Celebrate Mother’s Day at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Midtown
It is always super exciting when there is a new restaurant opening in New York City, especially one with an incredible reputation behind it! Today, LDV Hospitality opened the second location of American Cut, their deco-inspired modern steak restaurant, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan alongside chef-partner Marc Forgione. Located at 109 East 56th Street, American Cut joins the neighborhood’s burgeoning dining scene, demonstrating the esteemed hospitality group’s evolution since its inception in 2008. [Read more…] about LDV Hospitality’s American Cut Debuts in Midtown
Easter Sunday is only five days away! For all of you procrastinators who haven’t planned anything yet with your friends and family, fear not because we have found a couple of great places that are planning on a delicious menu and more for the big day! Check out which ones we think are worth the visit on one of the biggest holidays of the year. [Read more…] about Where to go for Easter Sunday- Part Two
You may recall that earlier this year I shared some photos from the apartment that a friend of mine was looking at in Chelsea. He ended up passing on it in favor of another building a few blocks away. The location is great for him but a photographer’s dream for me. With views of the Freedom Tower and Empire State Building, I was able to capture some great, sweeping cityscapes. I am always remind that art is truly where you find it* and it can be anywhere, even the rooftop of your brand new apartment building.
*More on this in an upcoming article! [Read more…] about Moving to Chelsea- Updated Photo Blog
March Madness has finally arrived for all College Basketball fans! The usual suspects in Kansas, North Carolina, Virginia and Oregon have all taken the #1 seeds, but it is anyone’s game for the big title. Bars and restaurants will be stocked full of fans over the next month, and two in particular are doing something super fun for everyone to enjoy- OYSTER MADNESS! That is right, Crave Fishbar, located in Midtown and The Upper West Side, is getting in on the action with a super fun activity that will get you to decide if you are more of a West Coast or East Coast fan. [Read more…] about Crave Fishbar Hosts #OysterMadness in Honor of March Madness
When you think of snacks that are given out at bars and restaurants in New York City, they are generally plain and boring like your everyday peanuts or pretzels. Well long gone are those days for these particular restaurants, who are supplying their customers with tasty and delicious snacks, all complimentary. Who knew these items, with such elevated taste and sophistication, could be included as a freebie for your meal? Check out which ones really dazzled our taste buds while not pinching our pockets at all. [Read more…] about The Best Complimentary Snacks in New York City
On occasion, I will go through some of my catalog of work and look back on certain periods of my work. Since we are in the last depressing months of this New York City winter I decide to pull out some photos I took a few years ago during a frigid, snowy photo walk. I remember this walk well since about half way through the telescopic focus on my lens broke.
I was trying to capture how New York life still goes on despite a horrible storm. Until my lens broke… I still was able to capture some photos but all in all, you might consider this an outtake collection.