is also the best burger in the United States of America. No surprise there but what is surprising is that it’s inspired by a Korean rice dish, bibimbap. Here’s a little article on the bibimbap burger. Designed by American chef, Angelo Sosa (Top Chef season 7), from Social Eatz. The restaurant has a 3.5/5 on […]
Welcome to New York City, the big apple. Come take a bite! New York, New York is the most densely populated major city in North America. With a population of 8.1 million residents within 321 square miles, its population is greater than 39 U.S. states. The entire New York Metropolitan Area has a population of over 22 million, making it one of the largest urban areas in the world.
New York, New York is the center for fashion, international finance, and entertainment. It is also the home of the United Nations. This much culture provides an outstanding collection of museums, galleries, media outlets, and business connections. This allure draws over 39 million tourists, both foreign and American, to visit New York, New York each year. Some come for business, some for pleasure and many for both.
Skiing, biking, river tubing, all things you might not do in NYC. Please check out Durango Colorado Hotels for your outdoorsy needs.
If you're heading to the NY area, but want to avoide the hustle of JFK or LaGuardia, hotels near Montrose Regional Airport may be the way to go.
New York is also one of the best places in America to study ESL thanks to the great cultural and educational things in the city.
Here are a few New York City travel plans you might enjoy. This travel plan was written by a Korean tourist. Entirely Manhattan, starting off with Governors Island to SOHO, then the upper west and upper east sides, midtown, and Times Square. The other one is 5 days over Christmas, which is one of the […]
New York, NY (October 25, 2010) The historic Carlton Hotel, located in the heart of Manhattan, is offering a first time exclusive NFL “Touchdown Package” package for football fans this fall; the package provides guests with a luxurious getaway weekend and the opportunity to cheer their favorite teams to victory at the brand new Meadowlands […]
Peter Luger’s lunch menu features one of the best deals in New York City – an excellent hamburger for 8.95. There are other options, of course. Salmon for 15.95 ought to work for pescatarians. They also have a sirloin steak ($32), knockwurst ($12) and lamb chops ($20) plus a few other meals depending on the […]
So NYC doesn’t have the greatest reputation for being a bikers’ paradise (I’m talking bicycles, not motorcycles by the way) but a friend of mine is trying to change that by pointing out the pleasures of biking in New York on his new blog. Follow this blog for stories about buying used bikes in NYC […]
Question: I need restaurants near Lincoln Center – Taking the wife and mother in law to see South Pacific at the Lincoln Center Theater this weekend. Any recommendations for lunch nearby? Something nice, but not ridiculously fancy/expensive. There are several excellent choices depending on your taste, mood, and price range: Cafe Fiorello is really good […]
In an event not that well pubilicized away from the Asian Art Community itself, starting Saturday is a 5 day period in which some extraordinary Asian Art is being brought to NYC for display and sale. The following is a list of some of the highlights. Some are free. –The Arts of Pacific Asia show, […]
Halfoffny.com has coupons for restaurants, spas, and a few other things. They’re not coupons exactly but you pay $50 for a $100 certificate so you end up saving half. There is a shipping and handling fee (I don’t know how much) and I can’t find anything about expiration dates. If the restaurant goes out of […]
In an effort to highlight the Armory Show, March 5–8, and Armory Arts Week, March 3–8, in New York City, NYC & Company, the City’s marketing, tourism and partnership organization, is joining with 12 hotels that are part of its Style & Scene collection to offer visitors added value during a weeklong lineup of programs, […]
New York City (February 4, 2009)—NYC & Company, the City’s marketing, tourism and partnership organization, today announced a new program to boost ticket sales at more than 30 Off-Broadway productions throughout the City and stimulate business at neighborhood dining establishments. On the House, which runs from February 15 through March 1, is the first formal […]