Author: Martin Kolodny

4 November, 2018 The First Macy’s Thanksgiving day Parade
Thanksgiving Day parade. As the United States prospered during the Roaring Twenties, so did New York City’s iconic department store—Macy’s. After going public in 1922, R. H. Macy & Co. [...]
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2 November, 2018 Thanksgiving: the best restaurants for dinner
Thanksgiving is a time to count your blessings—and to spend hours in the kitchen, right? Eh, we New Yorkers of small-space kitchens and rapid-fire takeout options often prefer to let someone [...]
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28 October, 2018 The best soup in NYC
Find out the best soup in NYC! The New York Times has officially declared that “souping is the new juicing.” You may not be slurping up chowders your for health, but it’s [...]
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26 October, 2018 Unique things to explore NYC in Fall
If you thought this urban destination was merely a concrete jungle, visiting NYC in Fall will introduce you to the colorful, festive place it can be. Within this cityscape, autumn ushers [...]
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21 October, 2018 Ramen: the best places in NYC
New York City’s obsession with ramen shows no signs of stopping, which means the city is overcrowded with options. In an effort to help you avoid limp noodles and bland [...]
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21 October, 2018 The best wine bars in Manhattan
When you think of  the best wine bars, maybe you think of places with red brick walls that advertise their free hummus appetizer on Groupon, right below the laser hair [...]
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14 October, 2018 The most iconic dishes to eat in Brooklyn
Brooklyn is a culinary destination and has got iconic dishes. Home to the Smorgasburg and Michelin star restaurants; this part of New York City is a haven for foodies. New [...]
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12 October, 2018 The Brooklyn Brewery, a place to know in NYC
Once an intimidating stretch of old warehouses and rough streets, Brooklyn’s Northside has grown around the Brooklyn Brewery to become a cultural destination. Book Small Batch Tours and find out when to visit [...]
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7 October, 2018 Brooklyn or Manhattan?
New York City encompasses five county-level administrative divisions called boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island. All boroughs are part of New York City, and each of the boroughs is [...]
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5 October, 2018 Top sushi restaurants in NYC
New York’s sushi scene has come a long way over the last two decades — so much so that good sashimi and nigiri in can be found in most neighborhoods. [...]
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