Ask San Franciscans about their favorite restaurants and they will not shut up about Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food, the totally dive-y, totally delicious Chinese spot that not only packs in the faithful night after night after night (except Wednesdays! because they’re closed), diners rapturous about the explosive flavors, the fresh ingredients, the love that [...]
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There no shortage of fun, food-filled fairs and fleas in New York City these days, from the great Brooklyn Fleas of Williamsburg and Fort Greene (as well as their food-only spin-off, Smorgasburg); to the shipping container “mall” in Downtown Brooklyn, the DeKalb Market; to the New Amsterdam Market, Sundays at the South Street Seaport.
The New York Times had a piece a few weeks ago titled “How Many People Can Manhattan Hold” that keeps popping into my thoughts as I go about my day, exploring New York City rental apartments and, more specifically, Manhattan neighborhoods: shiny and new, tired and creaky, everything in between.
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 [...]
The transformation of certain stretches of the Manhattan East River Waterfront from forbidding industrial dumping ground into easily accessible, pretty, and fun spaces got a step closer to reality last week, with a pair of announcements that will directly affect–and, one hopes, improve–the quality of life in certain Manhattan rental apartment neighborhoods.
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