Posts Tagged ‘date’
YC may have “racks on racks on racks” (meaning, money), but contrary to that, Sage Bistro is putting out a few ‘racks’ of their own. Racks of lamb. Pistachio encrusted. And they’re delicious. Food: Mentally prepare yourself for...
As most would recall, Monsoon has typically been solely associated with their night scene – late night drinks, dancing, and questionable decision-making. We recently had the opportunity to go to dinner (at a normal hour) and it...
The brainchild of restaurateurs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi, Carbone is a loving homage to a bygone era of Italian American Restaurants. Everything from the menu, to the décor, and even the waiters’ uniforms is carefully des...
Meli, which means Honey in Greek, located in the heart of lower midtown right off of Fifth Avenue, celebrates Greek cuisine. Meli focuses on modern interpretations of traditional dishes from various regions of Greece. Honey is ...
This picturesque West Village bistro and seafood bar, set within exposed-brick walls with plenty of elegant candles and very warm service feels more like dining with one’s own well-dressed, quirky family than anything like a gr...
From the mind of Wylie Dufresne of WD-50 fame, Alder brings his notions of molecular gastronomy to this local pub. In the melting pot that is New York, ingredients from around the world come together for Dufresne and his chefs ...
For over 10 years Azul Bistro has brought Argentine cooking to the corner bistro. Dinners are serenaded by Spanish ballads as they eat by candlelight. This New York restaurant still has its heart in the motherland. Ads for Arge...
The time has come that you broaden your dining horizons. Fan of sangria? Check. Large hunks of meat (not necessarily the kind served in restaurants)? Check. Beautiful ambiance with good music to boot? Yeah, we get it. Check. So...
Jacques Restaurant Group outdid themselves this time. As fast as the term “gastropub” was added to the 2012 update of Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary in August 2012, is how fast their latest addition t...
Located in Astoria, Old Bridge, or Stari Most, is a small, but welcoming restaurant which serves traditional Bosnian food. A homey place with simple décor and only a few tables, Old Bridge nevertheless draws you in with the sme...
Step your 'festivities' game up with these spots
- Tequila Makes My Clothes Come Off
- Big Balls of MEET
- Over-sized Cheese Sticks, Flaming Drinks, and a Lot of Dancing
- Margaritas, Tacos, and Something Called the Sugar Skull Room
- Burgers, Wings and Football Things
- Get Drunk on Hot Tea at Brunch
- A Stylish New Take on Classic Irish Fare
- Dining Out… The Proper Way
- Authentic Greek Cuisine and Craft Beer Flights
- No Crap on Tap & Bangin’ Diversified Food
- A Midtown Gastropub on Steroids
- Bacon, Egg and Cheese Waffle Sandwich and Bloody Marys
- It’s Not Just a Place for Drinking – The Library Cafe
- A Drink Called the Burt Renolds and a Burger That Can Cure Any Hangover – Joe’s Bar
- Three Floors of Food, Drinks and Celebration – Madison Square Tavern
- We’ve Got Your Cinco De Mayo Plans for Next Year – Del Fuego
- $20 AYCD Brunch in Union Square – SideBAR
- 340+ Beers on the Wall – Lionsbeerstore
- Your New Local Watering Hole in Bed-Stuy – The Wilky
- One Hell Of A Happy Hour With A Side Of American Cuisine – Public House
- Lunch. Views. Cocktails. – The Penrose
- Sambuca Shrimp, Shepherd’s Pie Empanadas, and the Big Kahuna Burger – Austin’s Ale House
- Creole food in an Electric Atmosphere with a Live Jazz Band – Big Daddy’s
- Margaritas. Tacos. Bad Decisions. – Cascabel Taqueria
- Where to Eat on New Year’s Eve in NYC – Hakkasan
- Purple Haze, and Two Exotic Drinks Called the “Salty Dawg” & the “Harlem Sizzle” – Harlem Nights
- The Perfect Place for a Renaissance Date – Nitehawk Cinema
- Mark Wahlberg’s Food ‘n’ Festivities “No BS” Shout Out
- Midtown 1015 – Halloween (2012)
- The Good Life – Good Beer, Good Food… Good Life