One of my favorite foods is the hamburger. This should come as no surprise considering how many burger reviews I’ve written here at Michael W Travels.
What I love about burgers is that they can come in so many different varieties. The bun, meat, cheese and other topping all can vary, making for lots of unique kinds of burgers!
You wouldn’t expect to find an amazing burger at a Jewish- style deli, but you can get a really great burger at
Mile End Deli in Brooklyn, NY. Continue reading You NEED To Try The Big Macher Burger at Mile End Deli
Tragedy struck at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City’s Times Square on Thursday.
Gothamist reports that, “
A person dining at the Marriott Marquis said, “I was eating in the restaurant with my family when I heard screams and a loud thump.” Continue reading Man Leaps To Death Inside Marriott Marquis in Times Square
Many of us might want to stay in fancy NYC hotels but we just can’t afford it. Or, maybe we don’t have the award points to book a room there.
A new company is giving you the opportunity to book fancy NYC hotels for a minimum of $1 per minute.
Continue reading Rent A Room At Fancy NYC Hotels For $1 A Minute
Uber has been a good option for getting a ride with just a few clicks from your smartphone. Besides making it much easier to request a ride, the prices seem to be cheaper than other options.
From time to time, Uber sends promos where you can save even more during your rides.
Continue reading Save 25% on Uber, Up To 10 Rides for a Limited Time
Last week I wrote about how
. Anthony Bourdain now had a Parts Unknown website
Over the past couple of years, the biggest Anthony Bourdain news has been about his
. The market has seen a slew of delays and should’ve opened by now. upcoming Bourdain Market in NYC Continue reading Anthony Bourdain Market CEO Steps Down
Last week I received an e-mail from rideshare service Juno which announced that they were now available at NYC airports.
While I’ve never used them, I had heard good things about the company and that their prices were cheaper than rivals like Uber and Lyft.
Competition is usually a good thing so I figured that having another rideshare at JFK and LGA could only help to bring down the cost of a ride home from the airport.
Continue reading Rideshare Service Juno Available at NYC Airports!
Rideshare services like Uber have definitely disrupted the transportation industry. They’ve proven to be quite popular, giving users the ability to request a ride with a few clicks on their phone while also getting better prices than taxis.
There are a bunch of rideshare services out there. I’ve only used Uber and Lyft but I’ve heard good things about Juno (from an Uber driver!) a while back.
Continue reading Is Rideshare Service Juno Now Available at NYC Airports?
For those of you visiting a city like New York for the first time, there are lots of scams to look out for during your trip.
Last year I wrote about a
. In a new scam that I recently came across, a tourist was taken for lots of money by Mickey Mouse. tourist who paid $400 for a free trip on the Staten Island Ferry Continue reading Scam: Tourist Charged $310 for Photo with Times Square Mickey Mouse
Last summer NYC got an interesting
. (Check out my review about the Magnum pop-up Magnum Bar Ice Cream pop-up .) here
In June 2016 I wrote about a
set to open in the city. The restaurant opened in July and has seemed to do well. For a limited time, Pop Tarts will be joining in on the fun. Kellogg’s Cereal Restaurant Continue reading Pop Tarts Cafe Pop-Up Opening in NYC
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Do you start off your day with a cup of coffee?
I never got into coffee and still don’t really understand why there needs to be a Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts on just about every street corner in NYC. (Maybe it’s the public bathrooms which we can use!)
There are many other coffee shops around the city but one of them has a new distinction.
Continue reading Most Expensive Cup of Coffee in US Now Sold in NYC