Brunch is a huge part of the dining culture in New York, therefore there is no shortage of brunch places in New York. It actually can get quite overwhelming trying to decide where to brunch every weekend. As a food lover and fatty at heart, I tried to do new brunch places every couple of weeks. Brunch in New York is not only pancakes and Eggs Benedict, there are many regional inspired brunch that will satisfy any cravings you may have. Continue reading
Cold Spring is a great day trip from New York City and this guide shows you the best things to do in Cold Spring.
Most people come to New York for New York City, but what if you want to escape the bustling and hustling of Manhattan just for a day? There are many day trip (or even weekend trip) options to get away from New York City, but I think the cutest one so far has been my Cold Spring day trip from New York City during the MLK weekend. Continue reading
Tim Ho Wan (Chinese: 添好運) is a michelin star dim sum restaurant from Hong Kong that just recently opened its first US brand in East Village in New York City. For those who don’t know what dim sum is, it’s basically Chinese tapas. Continue reading
As I mentioned in my previous post, there are so many things to do in Manhattan during the holiday season. One of my favorite would be this really cute Christmas pop up bar called Miracle on 9th Street. Continue reading
Christmas is the best time in New York because of all the lights and decorations. There are numerous places to visit in New York City during the holidays that make you feel that you can’t celebrate Christmas anywhere besides New York. Continue reading
The holiday time is always festive and cheery in New York City, and it’s a time when you get a chance to check out the pop up holiday markets all around the city. Since I lived in Europe before, I sort of expected the markets to be similar to the ones in London and Germany, but to my surprise, the holiday markets here are very different. Continue reading
When is the best time to visit New York? I’m sure everyone has their own opinions on this but personally I think fall is the best time to visit NYC. I have to admit that I’ve always been a summer person, mainly because I lived in cooler places like SF and London. But having spent a couple of falls here, I am a changed person! Continue reading