Manhattan

The Rum House is a Times Square bar at the Edison Hotel

Savor timeless cocktails at The Rum House, NYC

The Rum House in the Hotel Edison in Times Square, New York The Rum House is the antithesis for the bright lights, brusque, clueless crowds and blatant commercialism of the surrounding NYC streets of the Theatre District. Situated adjacent to the stylish W Hotel and parallel with the daily identifiable TKTS booth, its frontage is reassuringly unassuming. Rum from a...

Pickle Day NYC is a fall celebration of the dill pickle

Pickle Day NYC: a Lower East Side Pickle Festival

The pickle has experienced such a massive pop-cultural resurgence that it now has its own dedicated festival each year at Pickle Day NYC. The humble cucumber. The filler of the salad bowl. The unsung hero of the cocktail. The gherkin has gone from ugly, wart-like vegetable to the hipster hero. Soaked in brine and vinegar, its has taken on a new form – the super...

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Exhibit: Paley Center, New York

Amazon’s Marvelous Mrs Maisel captures New York in its golden era. Have you ever thought you were born in the wrong era? Do you feel a stronger connection to tradition, stylish fashion and mid-century modern furnishings? Have you longed for a glimpse into Midge Maisel’s privileged life? From now through September 6 you can stop by the Paley Center for Media in the...

A summer escape to Governors Island, New York

Governors Island is New York City’s best-kept secret. If you haven’t enjoyed lounging in a field of hammocks, sipping local craft beers, watching live bands and having one of the best views of the Statue of Liberty all at once, you’re doing New York wrong. For a budget-friendly summer’s day out in New York City, nothing comes close to a day at Governors Island. Five...

Seeking asylum on Roosevelt Island

For those seeking a little solace in the city that never sleeps, you can’t look past Roosevelt Island. Not Quite an Island Getaway For the last 150 years, Roosevelt Island has been a dumping ground for the sick, the mentally ill, and the criminally minded. From the 1830s, it was the home of the New York City Lunatic Asylum, a prison that housed notable historic...

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter arrives on New York’s Broadway Harry Potter on Broadway, Harry Potter and the Marathon Five Hour Session, Harry Potter With a Crippling Hangover, these were all potentially fitting names as we hit the box office to pick up our tickets that we won in Today Tix’ Friday 40 lottery which not only gave us access to the two-part play for $40 (instead of...

Discover NYC’s best view from Top of the Rock

Ignore the recommendations from friends, Top of the Rock is the view of Manhattan the Empire State Building will never be able to deliver. As it’s name would suggest, Top of the Rock can be found at the top of 30 Rock (30 Rockefeller Plaza) between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Rockefeller Plaza is a series of buildings housing high-end shops to legal offices, but as the...

The ultimate Christmas in New York bucket list

So much of what we associate with Christmas comes from movies set in New York. That makes it high on most people’ lists of places to visit over Christmas. From ice skating under the Rockefeller Christmas tree to visiting Santa at Macy’s, the only disappoint will be the lack of a white Christmas. That’s right, white Christmases are rare in NYC. Snow is always possible...

Review: Minetta Tavern, NY

Michelin star winning burgers and its Italian heritage has made Greenwich Village mainstay, the Minetta Tavern a hot spot for casual dining for the fine dining set. As local Greenwich Village residents, the Minetta Tavern has been on our list of places to try since first moving to the neighborhood three years ago. Its position on a crowded corner of McDougall and...