I don't know how I ended up at Hudson Yards for the fourth time in three weeks, and I swear I won't be going back anytime soon (if ever), but least this odyssey ended on a high-note with dinner at Wild Ink.Read More
The Shed, the latest venue at Hudson Yards to open to the public this week, might look more like something the Empire/First Order would design than a cultural center. (The Imperial Opera House of the First Order?)
That said, it might have the most to offer to everyday New Yorkers who don't want to go to the glorified mall across the pathway.Read More
Berber Street Food opened up near my apartment a few months ago, and ever since there have been people waiting outside daily at lunch time for the place to open. That's not surprising for a few reasons.Read More
When going out to a cocktail bar, where drinks often ring up at $15-$16 a pop now, you might not be keen to hear your drink is pre-made or…gulp…served in a bottle like something you’d pick up at a bodega.
But don’t shake your head at pre-batched cocktails just yet. I did a little digging in the latest issue of Fortune about the latest cocktail trend to find favor with bartenders in major U.S. cities.Read More
Last week, I attended a media preview and party for the opening of Hudson Yards, a complex of luxury condos, luxury retail, and even luxury “public art” more than a decade in the making.
Believe me when I tell you the reports thus far are true: this is another mall for rich people. Yes, it's beautiful. Opulent. Exorbitant.Read More
Crossed another spot off the never-ending New York restaurant bucket list: this time, bagel brunch mecca Sadelle's.
It takes a combination of patience and working the OpenTable site to get a reservation here, but when you finally do, I'm happy (and relieved) to say it's actually worth it. The prices are a bit outrageous, so keep that in mind as a place for either a special brunch or when you want to impress out-of-towners.Read More