Top 5 NYC Books to Read Before Your Next Trip
With April being Library Month and now coming to a close, we could not leave out telling you our top New York City books to read. We believe the books below help represent what New York is all about. They showcase life in New York from various points of views, from a child’s to a chef’s. Check our top 5 picks for NYC’s must-reads: 1. New York by Edward Rutherfurd This historical novel depicts life through fictional families from New
Hotel Giraffe dishes about the dishes at Bread & Tulips
BREAD & TULIPS (Pane & Tulipani) located in HOTEL GIRAFFE on 26th and Park Avenue South, is a cozy neighborhood spot that serves rustic Italian cooking. Celebrating the regional diversity of Italy, the extensive menu features handmade pastas, brick oven pizzas, traditional antipasti, handcrafted cocktails and an exceptional wine list. The warmly lit dining room is welcoming and relaxing with a simple tulip that adorns each table. Bread & Tulips is perfect for groups or individual reservations. We love everything on
Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler in NYC
Mardi Gras is tomorrow, and although we may be a few miles from Bourbon Street New Orleans, New York City certainly knows how to celebrate from a distance! Check out the below options to celebrate Fat Tuesday just like in the Big Easy, but in the Big Apple:
Favorite Margarita Spots in New York City
New York City is home to some of the greatest restaurants and bars in the world. Each featuring cuisines, atmospheres, and experiences from all around the world. Just on one street, you can feel as though you’ve visiting Thailand, Italy, Japan, Mexico and France. That’s the beauty of NYC! Today, Chefs and Bartenders are taking basic menu items and they are experimenting, differentiating, and personalizing them. A staple cocktail like a Margarita, known to be made with tequila, triple sec,
February in NYC, celebrate the month of LOVE
As we settle into Valentine Season 2019 here in NYC, warming up with a romantic destination within the city is just what the heart is craving. The city is filled with gems all year round, but the winter wonderland it becomes is truly one of a kind. Whether it’s a cultural attraction or a foodie excursion, let’s celebrate the month of LOVE. The River Café | New York Water Taxi Heading over to Brooklyn via the “heated” water taxi is a
Romantic Restaurants in New York
The romance of New York is enough to make even the most apathetic persons heart skip a beat or two! Let our concierge recommend some of their top picks for a romantic evening out in New York!
Spooky Bars of New York City
Enjoy Spooky New York City with us while we take you through some of our favorite haunted bars and restaurants to help bring in the festivities of the Halloween season. OooooooooOooooooo… Ear Inn: Stop in and enjoy a beer at one of NYC’s oldest drinking establishments. After opening its doors in 1817, the unnamed bar didn’t let prohibition slow them down. Often called, the Green Door, the bar became in an infamous watering hole for sailors all over the
Vegetarian & Vegan Hot Spots in NYC!
New York City is home to some of the best food from around the world, so it’s no surprise there will be no shortage of vegetarian & vegan restaurants! If you’re looking for a menu that offers more than the standard veggie burger served at your local diner (but trust me there are decent ones out there!), I have the spots for you!
Fall in Love with NYC!
Grab your chunkiest scarf and sip on your Pumpkin Spiced Latte because it is officially Fall in New York City! The city’s comfiest season is here and we are ready with our top 5 things to do this Autumn! Whether it is a nice leisurely stroll as the leaves crunch beneath your feet or watching some of the amazing spectacles this city has to offer, check them all out here: 1. Baked Goods Fall is for indulging. So why not
SOHO at a Glance
SOHO – South Of HOuston Summer is here in New York City! It’s time to relax and enjoy brunch or a day full of shopping on the streets of SOHO. SOHO offers a variety of trendy restaurants and both designer-boutiques and exotic shops. This one of a kind area is lined with cobblestone streets and covered in cast-iron-fronted buildings that create a tasteful and fascinating environment. From the Elysée Hotel it’s just a five minute walk to the Subway. The