Brooklyn is Blooming
With warmer temperatures and more daylight hours, everything seems to turn around in the spring. As the temperature becomes warmer, everyone is awaking from the winter slumber, shedding the extra layers, and the moods of every New Yorker become brighter and more cheerful. It is a time a year for revival and for the city to come back to life.
Photo Scavenger Hunt! 10 Noteworthy Spots to Snap a Pic in NYC
So you’re coming to NYC! For sure, you want to show off your trip to all your friends. What should you see and what do you need to take pictures of you ask? Ahh…here are a few of our favorite picture worthy places. These spots are sure to impress. Can you snap all of them? If you can, tag us! We would love to check them out!
Do’s and Don’ts of New York City
New York City can be a whirlwind of excitement and the Library Hotel Collection is here to make the best of your trip! Here are our top 5 Do’s and Don’ts of New York City.
Top 5 Steakhouses we recommend
With so many amazing steakhouses to choose from in NYC, where does one start? Here is our choice of 5 top Steakhouses in NYC for you to explore and try out during your trip to NYC.
BBQ By The Borough
With Memorial Day upon us, we have barbecue on our minds! There’s simply no better way to kick off the summer season than with sunshine, family and friends, and a good old fashioned cookout. But while those of us staying around NYC this weekend may not be able to fire up a grill and whip up our own feast, there’s nothing stopping us from indulging at some of the best BBQ spots in town! Here are our favorite BBQ restaurants in
If you asked someone to go to Williamsburg, Brooklyn ten years ago, they probably would’ve called you crazy. “Dangerous,” “crime ridden,” “industrious”…these are all words that used to describe Williamsburg. Nowadays, you’re more likely to hear people refer to Williamsburg as “hipster,” “the new Manhattan,” or “trendy.” Williamsburg is no longer a place to avoid when visiting New York City but rather a “must see” on every visitor’s itinerary. Only a short subway ride from the East Village, I encourage everyone