Phone battery dead (again)? Need a quick 10% (or more) to send those texts/read those emails/browse those tumblrs? This summer, if you’re in one of a dozen NYC parks located in all five boroughs, the excellent new Street Charge stations have got you covered. Street Charge is a marketing program which we all can get [...]
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It’s been more than four years since the first Num Pang opened its rather ramshackle sandwich spot near Union Square, introducing most of us the wonders of Cambodian street food. Sure, we’d all been wolfing down Vietnamese sandwiches for awhile–this was the height of Bahn Mi craze–but Num Pang offered a remarkable variety of explosively [...]
No matter which neighborhood you find your apartment in, it’s likely that you’ll find yourself traveling through the Union Square area on a fairly regular basis. Just about every subway line in town stops nearby, and there are five movie theaters with more than 30 screens showing everything from art house flicks (at the Quad [...]
Manhattan rental prices continue to rise, which should come as no surprise to anyone who has been looking for an apartment to rent recently. According to a Citi-Habitats report issued last month, the average rent for a Manhattan rental apartment hit an all-time high in March, clocking in at an astonishing $3,418 a month, beating [...]
Ribalta Pizza, just opened near Union Square (technically it’s in Greenwich Village) in the rambling space that was home to Piola for years, is serious about pizza. Or should I say: serious about bringing the “complete Italian pizza experience” to this legendarily pizza-crazy town.
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