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 Traveling through TriBeCa, we spotted The Greek, which upon walking in, you're lead into one of the most romantic, breathtaking places possible. Ivy covered ceilings with white flowers sprouting out, enchanting gardens, and lights dimmed just enough adorn this local h...

 One of the most difficult areas to eat in New York City is Midtown. Tourist central, LIRR, NJIT and Madison Square Garden - the surrounding options suck to say the least. If you're looking for something just a little bit more classy than Hooters, American Whiskey is i...

 

After celebrating the Chinese New Year in style and learning all about Louie and Chan, we had to go back on a Tuesday for "Prohibition Night." Having not experienced Louie's portion of the restaurant, we were graciously greeted by owner David Weisner, full top hat in...

 

 

 

It's Friday night and you don't have reservations anywhere, you need to impress your date. What are you going to do? Look no further! We found a hidden gem on a corner of the quiet streets of Brooklyn: Black Mountain Wine House, a perfect third date spot for your #H...

 Sandwiched between Men's and Women's Fashion Week, we attended a tasting at Awadh, an Indian restaurant inspired by the culinary treasures of Northern India. The Upper West Side spot, located on 98th Street and Broadway is perfect for both date night and sure to be a...

 Hidden gems in New York City are harder and harder to find these days. Celebrating the Chinese New Year in style, we headed to Lower East Side's Louie and Chan. While originally unfamiliar with the space ourselves, their story is one of mythical proportions. Two immig...

 

Chef Dom Tesoriero has proven that being in the right place at the right time is half the battle - along with a lot of hard work. Take his recent success from the Food Network cooking competition “Food Network Star.” He was able to land a spot in the competition becau...

 

 

The one thing Noho has always needed is a great cafe that you could pick up a delicious soup/salad/sandwich/pizza from. We were elated to hear that Brod Kitchen was expanding and opening up a location right on West 4th street by Washington Square Park and NYU. Headin...

One of our favorite things about Los Angeles is the abundance of fabulous restaurants and eclectic cuisine. We ventured out of our East Side bubble to West LA to try out Hamasaku with Chef Yoya Takahashi. In an unassuming strip mall, Hamasaku is tucked away and off the...

When we arrived at Birch, in the heart of Hollywood, we were pleasantly surprised by the crisp, white, minimalist interior and refreshing succulents. What our mouths and stomachs were in for was definitely not simple! Birch uses exciting, expertly handled ingredients w...

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