Chef Rick Bayless, famous for specializing in Mexican cuisine (primarily) in Chicago has his sights set on New York City.
Bayless will be opening the second location of his fast casual tortas chain Tortazo in Flatiron.
Continue reading Rick Bayless Expanding To NYC With Fast Casual Concept Tortazo
Brooklyn’s pizza shop Lucali ranks at the top of the best pizzerias in America on just about every list each year.
The shop is pretty small and you can’t just stop by for a slice. Expect hours long waits to get one of their pies and delicious calzones (which I think are even better).
Continue reading New Brooklyn Pizza Shop From Lucali’s Mark Iacono Opening Next Week
A couple of years back, we . stumbled across a tourist attraction in NYC
While on the way to our lunch destination
, we noticed lots of people posing and taking photos of the building. After we ate, a quick Google search let us know that the restaurant is housed in what’s know as the Friends building. The Little Owl Continue reading Did You Know? There’s A Friends Wall In New York City
Last week, Eater NY wrote an article about how “ “. The Humble NY Slice Is Helping NYC Restaurants Stay Afloat
We’ve tried a few of the pizzas mentioned in the article, enjoying tasty pies from Washington Squares, Black Seed Pizza and Michelin-starrted
. (We’ve been the latter twice, one time doing takeout, the other time dining in, well sitting outside.) Momofuku Ko
Starting on April 20, “
Stretch Pizza will take up residency inside Breads Bakery,” and it’s being led by a Michelin-starred chef! Continue reading NYC’s Breads Bakery To Offer Pizza From Star Chef Wylie Dufresne!
Around five years back, . we gave popular Filipino fast food chain Jollibee a try for the first time
I had first heard about the restaurant when Anthony Bourdain visited on his CNN series, Parts Unknown. After seeing that a location existed in Queens, NY, we headed over and it was instant fast food love!
Continue reading Awesome! Jollibee Is Opening A Huge Flagship Location In NYC!
L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele, a famous pizzeria from Naples, Italy will be expanding with a new location in NYC in late 2021.
The 150+ year old pizzeria will add to the list of excellent pizza options already available. Back in 2017, another famous Italian shop,
opened in NYC. Sorbillo Pizzeria Continue reading L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele, Famed Naples Shop Opening In NYC!
Earlier in the month I heard about a free art exhibition at The Hole in New York City with a really fun name.
The exhibition from Misaki Kawai, called
Moko Moko Doki Doki didn’t only have a fun name, the art itself looked really bizarre, unique and interesting! I also felt that it would appeal to not only Kim and I, but also to our kids, 9 year-old Lucas and 4 year-old Theo.
I had planned to visit the exhibition before going for dinner at a place close by but I totally forgot about it. However, as luck would have it, we happened to walk past The Hole on the way to Momofuku Ko. I guess luck was on our side…
Continue reading Visiting NYC’s The Hole To See Misaki Kawai’s Moko Moko Doki Doki
Outdoor Dining- Momofuku Ko
Restaurants in New York City have been struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For too long, restaurants have only been offering takeout or outdoor dining. With the winter being very cold, this is a big problem as many people aren’t interested in the adventure of sitting outside to have a meal.
Indoor dining will finally be returning to NYC starting on February 14- Valentines Day!
Continue reading Save The Restaurants! NYC Indoor Dining Returns February 14!
The restaurant industry has been hit hard by COVID-19, causing tons of restaurants to close and many to lose their jobs.
A snowstorm in New York City caused restaurants to close for outdoor dining at 2:00PM yesterday. NYC restaurants need a lot of help and Stella Artois wants to show their support.
Continue reading Sick Deal: NYC- Stella Artois Will Pay For Your Dinner!
The COVID-19 pandemic has been the cause of around 300,000 deaths in the US and over 1.6 million worldwide.
The pandemic has also led to the death of many businesses. Restaurants have been hit particularly hard with many layoffs and tons of places closing for good.
The famed 21 Club in New York City has been open (in various locations) since 1922 but it had to close its doors due to COVID-19 recently.
Continue reading 90 Year Old NYC Restaurant 21 Club Closes Due To COVID