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The Perfect Excuse for Fried Fare: Thanksgivukkah in Los Angeles and New York

November 18, 2013

LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK, US – There’s a new term circulating for the holiday phenomenon coming up next week: Thanksgivukkah. It’s the first time that the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah (which begins this year at sundown on November 27) and Thanksgiving (November 28) will overlap. The holiday’s start date… (more)
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Meet Molly Yeh of My Name Is Yeh

November 17, 2013

Molly Yeh refuses to be backed into any one corner, and so does her blog. The bubbly personality behind My Name is Yeh is not only an avowed foodie—she’s contributed to Food52 and Time Out New York’s food section, among others—but she earned a percussion degree from Juilliard and charts… (more)
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Friday Finds: Cold-Weather Cuppa Competition

November 15, 2013

As temperatures plummet, we’re prone to making up for lost degrees in furious fits of warm beverage-drinking. And while coffee might keep us going energy-wise in wintry climates, a cup of joe is not (quite) enough to thaw our shivering selves. No, even these caffeine addicts need to turn to… (more)
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Friday Finds: Apples to Apples in the Big Apple

October 11, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – Caramel apple spice may be Starbucks’s answer to fall, but those who search further can find a whole world of alternative ciders. Apple-polishers get a special treat in New York’s mixology scene, which, despite the city’s relentless urbanism, is only a pomme’s throw from farm country.… (more)
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Have Your Pie and Eat It Too at Bubby’s in Tribeca

August 14, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA — With a catchy tagline of “Defending the American Table (also, we steal recipes from grandmas),” we’d be stumped to find someone who didn’t want to brunch at Bubby’s—after all, Grandma’s cheese grits, thick banana walnut pancakes, and fried bacon and eggs trump all. And with… (more)
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Fresh from the Maryland Shore at Brooklyn Crab in Red Hook

August 12, 2013

In the summertime, the afternoons are long. And sometimes, especially in Manhattan, there’s just a particular urge to get away from the hustle and bustle, even if for one meal. Eating at Brooklyn Crab is just the ticket for filling those summer days in a tranquil setting with its… (more)
Nobu New York in NYC
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Tempting Tuesday: Dine Like a Local During NYC’s Restaurant Week

July 23, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – While many look to New York for its trendy fashion scene, there’s something to be said about the city’s culinary splendor. Foodies from near and far have flocked to the city for years for its distinctive cuisine, a spectacularly diverse assortment that encompasses anything and everything… (more)
Gramercy Tavern in New York
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5 NYC Eateries Perfect for Dining Alone

June 19, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA - Whether you’re traveling alone on business, taking a lunch break by yourself, or simply seeking a bit of solitude, there’s no reason why a party of one can’t still be a party. So, in this new series, we’re pointing the way to eateries where the food… (more)
Ciao Bella in New York City
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Summer Picnics and Casual Treats

May 19, 2013

NORTH CAROLINA AND NEW YORK, USA – As the beginning of the summer beach season draws near here in North Carolina, my young brood is getting quite excited. My son’s love for eating sand coupled with my daughter’s desire to snooze with the sea breeze ruffling her faux-hawk (ok, she… (more)
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Five things to do around The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City

May 12, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – The august Metropolitan Museum of Art (1000 Fifth Ave., nr. E. 82nd St.) in New York (“The Met”), with its two million artworks and artifacts spanning 5,000 years of history, is a magnet for art and culture lovers. It’s also well situated in the posh environs… (more)
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