On a cold and rainy fall night, I entered Del Frisco’s Grille to see what the rave was about. After hearing from several colleagues about their appetizers and steaks, I headed there to decide for myself. Set in the heart of Midtown in Rockefeller Plaza by Radio City Music Hall, Del Frisco’s Grille is [...]
In partnership with American Express and over 25 restaurants in the neighborhood, Taste the West Village will be hosting an outdoor culinary festival of food, live demonstrations, and fun to help raise money for West Village’s PS. 41. Held in The Yard at PS. 41, guest will enjoy food from notable chef’s like Michael [...]
Available from September 12 through October 12 at both Num Pang shops, the Cardoz Pang sandwich will be featured with proceeds benefiting NYC Charities.
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The specialty sandwich features black pepper lamb braised in yogurt and spices like cloves, green cardamon, coriander and ginger on a toasted semolina baguette with chili [...]
When you walk into a DAVIDsTEA you know you are getting some of the greatest loose-leaf teas and ingredients from around the world. Known for their quality, unique flavors and custom teas, DAVIDsTEA is the “go to” spot. Flavors range from traditional straight teas to our exclusive blends and unique flavours. What makes DAVIDsTea [...]
This Fall, trends are all about the detail. For jewelry, it’s the sparkle, the shine, or the intricate embellishments that make a statement piece. This week, we celebrate Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. We look towards designers and celebrities to see what’s trending and essential pieces at an affordable price. One of the easiest addions to [...]
On Thursday, September 6, New York City will be filled with fashionistas, celebrities and events throughout the city to celebrate Fashion’s Night Out. With its growing popularity, Fashion’s Night Out keeps getting bigger and bigger! Below are some of the events that I am personally excited about, and truly exemplify where “Charity Meets Style.” [...]
In 2000, Jacques Torres opened his first workshop in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. After four years, he opened a second workshop in Downtown Manhattan.
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Fondly known as Mr. Chocolate, Jacques Torres combines traditional French techniques with his vast knowledge and passion for the culinary arts to produce luxurious and [...]
If you told me two years ago that I would be currently training for the NYC Marathon on November 4, I would have laughed in your face. Although I always participated in sports and tried to keep a healthy lifestyle, working full time throughout college and taking a full time course load of credits [...]
As Director Allan Buchman states, “This year’s IMPACT 2012 festival has a necessity and an immediacy—a response shared by many that there is an urgent need to discuss our future.”
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Running now through August 26, the IMPACT 2012 Festival consists of documentaries, satirical political comedy, music, theater and new art [...]
The Palm Restaurant is one of those famous NYC restaurants you know you have to check out, not just for the food, but for the history.
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On a Friday night I headed to the flagship location on Second Avenue. Still in its original 1926 location, The Palm provides a dining [...]