According to the National Coffee Association, about 71% of adults in the Northeast drink coffee daily, which is higher than anywhere else in the US. Luckily, there seems to be a new coffee shop opening up on every New York corner. And with the rising popularity of trendy drinks like caramel macchiatos and the flat […]

True Love Always Brooklyn

The often overlooked neighborhood of Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, lies amongst Park Slope, Ditmas Park, Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery. Among the tree-lined streets, you’ll find hidden gems in the neighborhood’s boutiques and restaurants. Although it may only be half of a square mile, there’s plenty to do, see and eat in one of this borough’s […]

Hot Chocolate The Chocolate Room Restaurant Brooklyn

The cold days of winter leave every New Yorker seeking new and delicious ways to warm up. There’s nothing that tastes better on a cold, bitter, snowy day than some warm, comfort food and hot cocoa. Whether you love the magical feeling of snowfall or just think of it as a constant reminder that summer […]

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It’s mid-February, and NYC is awakening from its early winter slumber with a jam-packed line-up of Presidents’ Day activities and events across the boroughs. Take advantage of everything that’s happening around the city by exploring some of the events that New York City has to offer this three day weekend.   No matter what you’re […]

Snowshoe Prospect Natasha Shapiro

Each year, the whims of winter force New York City to slow down and take a breath of crisp, cold air. In our parks, the lack of vehicles and footsteps allows the snow to linger longer, converting these green spaces into postcard landscapes of white and outdoor recreation meccas. On a snowy day in Prospect […]

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Brunch joined mealtime vocabulary in 1895, after British author Guy Beringer made a public plea for a mid-morning Sunday feast. Still today, its actual origins are murky: claims of its birth come from all corners, from the Catholics’ post-church meals and southern traditions of churchgoing and hunting to New York, where brunch seems the quintessential […]

NYC Hudson river nightscape

What: Open House New York Weekend When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 12-14, 2018 Why: Open House New York Weekend is a citywide celebration of architecture and urban design. Now in its sixteenth year, it presents a deep dive into more than 250 buildings across the five boroughs, from historic to contemporary. Tours and talks […]

brewery sample flight

As craft beers and spirits go, a pillar of cool culture has surrounded them in swift a rise to stardom. Brooklyn stands tall among them, a collection of reimagined warehouses spinning something like magic into their bottles. Brooklyn’s devoted craft beer and spirits scene has made it to the big leagues. This fall, enlighten your […]

kids dancing

New York City offers endless family activities. Whether flying on a trapeze, being stimulated by interactive exhibits at a children’s museum or playing pinball, NYC is paradise for kids. With so many indoor activities, there is plenty to do on a rainy afternoon too. There are many good options in and around town but we’ve narrowed […]