Last week I wrote about and now a famed Brooklyn pizzeria will be following suit. Una Pizza Napoletana expanding with a second location
In the near future, you’ll be able to get L&B Spumoni Gardens saucy squares at a new location in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
The 80 year-old pizzeria, famed for their squares and spumoni will be expanding for the first time.
Continue reading Famed Brooklyn Pizzeria L&B Spumoni Gardens Opening 2nd Location
Paulie Gee’s opened in Greenpoint, Brooklyn back in 2010. Long lines soon followed, with many wanting to try some of his great Brooklyn pizza.
Kim and I visited soon after Paulie Gee’s opened. We really enjoyed the pizza, only available by the pie. Since then, we’ve visited quite a few times, although we haven’t been there in around two years. (If you don’t arrive on weekends before opening, you’re bound to get stuck waiting to get inside.)
Continue reading Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop- A Great New Addition To The Brooklyn Pizza Scene
When I think of a famous steak New York stake house, there’s one that comes to mind and it’s actually located in Brooklyn, NY.
Peter Luger Steak House opened in 1887 and has since expanded to Great Neck, Long Island.
Continue reading This Famous New York Steak House Will Open In Tokyo
The Michael W Travels really loves pizza and enjoys trying out different pizzerias close to home and far away.
When I read about a new place which was serving a new style of pizza in Brooklyn, I needed to give Aita Pizzeria in Clinton Hill a try. We visited a few days after the shop opened (in September) and I have to say that we were really impressed.
Continue reading A Visit To The New Aita Pizzeria in Brooklyn, NY
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
OK, so if you’re making a special trip to Peter Luger, I know you’ll most likely want to try their famous steak (and I don’t blame you) but hear me out on this one…
Peter Luger is considered by many to be the best steakhouse in New York City. If you want to get in, odds are pretty high that you’ll need a reservation which needs to be made a month in advance.
I’ve had steak at Peter Luger and it is really good but it’s also really pricey. If you ask me, a better option for visiting this historic restaurant is to head over during the day to give their awesome burger (available until 3:45pm) a try.
Continue reading Pass on the Steak, Head to Peter Luger For Their Amazing Burger
When I first read that chef and restaurateur
would be opening a burger and ice cream stand at the new William Vale Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, I knew that I had to check it out. Andrew Carmellini
I’ve had burgers at a couple of Carmellini’s restaurants (The Dutch and Lafayette) and they were awesome so I had high expectation for this new fast-food concept.
Mister Dips opened on Thursday, September 29, and my family and I headed by to check it out a couple of days later. Continue reading You’ll Dig Dining At Mister Dips- Brooklyn, NY
image from NY Mag
We’ve enjoyed staying in Airbnb’s on a bunch of occassions. We found these stays to be an interesting way to meet locals and find out some insider info about the area.
Check out a
. review of our first time using Airbnb in Bali back in 2012
In the middle of 2015 I wrote about what seemed like one of
, a sweet tent in Streamwood, Illinois. the most ridiculous Airbnb rentals ever
I just came across what might be the most ridiculous Airbnb listing ever and it was located close to home in Brooklyn, NY!
Continue reading One of Most Ridiculous Airbnb Rentals Ever!
Even when we’re not traveling, Kim and I like to explore at home. Luckily New York has a ton of things to do.
Whether it be visiting a new park with Lucas, trying out new restaurants, maybe a neighborhood we’re unfamiliar with- we’re always out and about exploring and showing Lucas the variety that New York offers, even a local…
When I received an invite for a food tour of a neighborhood in Brooklyn that I am quite familiar with, I was curious. Would a tour like this be good to recommend to readers? Would I learn something new? Would I know most of the places that the tour stops at? etc…
Continue reading See New York “Like A Local”
New York City is filled with great places to get pizza and many of them have been around for a very long time.
We have Lombardi’s, American’s first pizzeria around since 1905, although not in its original location. Totonno’s has been serving up their excellent pies in Coney Island since 1924 and John’s of Bleeker St has been around since 1929. There are many other pizzerias around NYC that seem to have been around forever. One of my favorites, I feel doesn’t get mentioned as much as it should.
Continue reading One of the Best Underrated Pizzerias in Brooklyn, NY