I’m always looking for things to see and do around the NYC area. This could be as simple as checking out a new restaurant or visiting a park with the kids.
If public or quirky art is something you like, then a new sculpture in NYC should be high on your list of things to see if you happen to find yourself in the area.
Continue reading A New NYC Attraction That I Have To See!
image: (not the actual rock) wikicommons
Upgrades to LaGuardia Airport make it a nightmare to drive to. It can also be a big pain when trying to catch a ride when you want to leave the airport.
Once the renovations are done at LaGuardia Airport, it should be the best and most modern airport in the NYC area.
Continue reading A Bizarre Attraction By LaGuardia Airport I Need To Visit
PureWow is giving away a trip for two to New York City to one lucky winner along with tickets to a U2 concert!
Along with the concert tickets (awesome!), the prize includes a two- night hotel stay, $500 for travel expenses and more.
Continue reading Win A Trip For 2 To New York + U2 Concert Tickets!
It’s going to be cheeseburgers in paradise in New York City as plans were announced for the opening of a Margaritaville Resort in Times Square.
Margaritaville Resorts as well as a variety of other businesses (like casinos and restaurants) are “
heavily inspired by Jimmy Buffett lyrics and solely Jimmy Buffett Lyrics”, according to Fox News. Continue reading $300 Million Margaritaville Resort To Open In New York City
CitiBike debuted in New York City in May of 2013. Since then the bike stations have spread all around the city, giving people a good option for getting around, while also getting some exercise.
To date I haven’t given CitiBike a try however an upcoming promo might change that.
Continue reading Get A FREE Citi Bike Day Pass For Car Free Earth Day
Over the past few years there’s been lots of posts about the Bourdain Market. In the end, the chef turned author turned traveling TV host
. will not be opening his market in NYC
Food halls are a fun place to visit due to the variety of options being offered. NYC has lots of excellent food halls, with more in the works. Since opening, our new favorite is DeKalb Market in Brooklyn, NY.
The borough is about to get some big competition from Time Out.
Continue reading Time Out Opening Huge Food Hall In NYC
Scrambled, over-easy, hard boiled. Omelettes, on a sandwich or as a salad. Most of us love eggs.
In my opinion, the best thing about eggs is the many ways they can be prepared and eaten.
Continue reading There’s A Museum Coming To NYC Dedicated To Eggs!
Last year I wrote about how a
was opening in New York City. For a limited time there was also a Museum of Chocolate which moved on to other cities. Museum of Ice Cream in NYC
Over the years, I’ve visited various food museums around the world like:
Continue reading NYC & LA Getting A Museum Of Candy
Food halls and markets are quite popular around NYC and one of the oldest ones I recall visiting is Chelsea Market.
Located at 75 Ninth Avenue, Chelsea Market is a great place to grab a bite or a snack with a variety of great options. (For awesome burgers and chicken sandwiches, I recommend that you give Creamline a try.)
The market is very popular with locals and tourists alike but the fate of the market could be threatened by Google.
Continue reading NYC’s Popular Chelsea Market At Risk Thanks To Google
The New York Times Travel Show took place at the Javits Center from January 26-28, 2018.
This was the 15th anniversary of the show of which I’ve attended probably 9-10 of them.
I debated whether or not to attend this year but in 2017, Lucas had a fun time visiting booths, collecting pens and wandering around.
Continue reading Takeaways from the 2018 New York Times Travel Show