Monthly Archives: September 2015

18 Things To Do This Week in New York City’s Neighborhoods

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by DNAInfo Staff Learn how to cook authentic Chinese food, see “Blaria” live and hear a discussion about the living wage. These listings were compiled by … Continue reading

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14 Things to Do in Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Weekend

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by DNAInfo Staff Catch a Lunar Eclipse, take in a film festival, hang out in a community garden and more this weekend. These listings were compiled … Continue reading

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UWS Restaurants Get Nod from Michelin for Quality and Affordability

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by Emily Frost — Michelin’s “Bib Gourmand” awards included restaurants all over the city.  UPPER WEST SIDE — Michelin published its “Bib Gourmand” award-winners Thursday — a … Continue reading

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Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Midtown’s New Food Hall, a Fresh Fuku, Chef-Made Coney Dogs, and More

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | Welcome to Grub Street’s weekly survey of the most-talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots both new and old ranked according … Continue reading

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16 Fresh New Brunch Spots to Try in New York

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Dirt Candy’s corn French toast comes with yellow-corn jelly and bourbon-corn butter. There’s no shortage of enduring brunch spots in New York City (Buvette, Maialino, Russ & … Continue reading

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12 Things To Do In Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Weekend

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by DNAInfo Staff Watch the Tribute in Light, witness the new 7 train opening and get a taste of Thailand in Union Square. These listings were compiled … Continue reading

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A Food-Cart Vendor Is Demanding $1 Million Over Seized Icees

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Liquid gold. The Post reports that a street-cart vendor named Orfelinda Ariza is demanding $1 million because health inspectors seized her icees over permit issues. The icee … Continue reading

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Where to Find the Best Tacos in NYC

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Tehuitzingo’s chicharrónes en salsa verde. At one time, the thinking went that New Yorkers looking for a good taco would have to hop on the next plane … Continue reading

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Worth a Click: 4 DNAinfo Stories You Might Have Missed

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety | by Julia Bottles — Times Square a hellish “circus;” North Brooklyn businesses get savvy; Babe Ruth’s apartment for sale. Broadway Pastor Says Times Square May Need Divine … Continue reading

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Going Electric: When Chefs Are Forced to Cook Without Gas — and Why Some Ditch the Utility for Good

| Excerpt below. Click here to read the original post in its entirety |Plenty of owners design their kitchens to be gas-free from the get-go. Nobody ever said restaurant owners in New York have it easy, but some have it … Continue reading

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