Is Meatball Obsession an example of too much of a good thing? There are now three different meatball-only (or, at least, meatball-mostly) restaurants for NYC rental apartment residents to choose from below 14th Street in Manhattan. Is that too many, or like other fast food (excuse me, quick service food), will Meatball Obsession prove to [...]
Monthly Archive: April 2012
NYC’s best chocolate can be found, in this writer’s opinion, at Mast Brothers bigger and better tasting room in Williamsburg. These days every specialty grocer in town has racks and racks of artisinal chocolate bars, whether imported (Vosges never disappoints) or local (Lidda Bit is always a treat). Chocolove, Chocolate Bar, Tazo, Art Bar, Michel [...]
Like to find a nice no-fee rental apartment in a hot neighborhood in Brooklyn? You’re not alone. Silly trend pieces (“Freegan Food Co-ops now a thing!” “Man-buns take over Williamsburg!”) and pockets of too-self-congratulatory residents aside, Brooklyn rental apartments, both to the north (e.g., Williamsburg) and the south (Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, et al) continue [...]
When Peter Hoffman closed the doors of Savoy in SoHo last year, the hue and cry from both long-time regulars and casual fans of the iconic space was instant and fierce. After all, the 21-year-old Savoy was one of the first, if not the actual first, farm-to-table restaurants in New York City, serving the sort [...]
You don’t have to live in a Chelsea apartment to enjoy the Chelsea gallery district; with its more than 400 art galleries packed into a half-mile stretch, this is one of the world’s great concentrations of contemporary art, featuring fantastically rich, museum-quality spaces (Gagosian) as well as plenty of scrappy, street-art-ish spots (Jonathan Levine).
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