Posts Tagged ‘dining solo’
New Yorkers are demanding. We’re impatient and like things done fast, but we also don’t like sacrificing quality. When it comes to our food, the same concept applies – “Get me my food quickly, but you better make sure it’s damn...
There’s something to be said about places that draw you in with chill vibes, good music, a relaxed environment, and of course, fist-pumpingly good food. Bell Blvd in Bayside is saturated with eateries of all kinds, but nothing ...
Here at Food ‘n’ Festivities, we are always on the lookout for what’s new and exciting, and after our visit to Bespoke Kitchen in the West Village, we have found a new style of dining that showcases the abilities of...
You owe Guy Beringer a huge “thank you.” You know that thing called brunch that everybody loves so much? Yea, he invented it. He’s the reason that fantastic spots like Greenwich Project draw large weekend crowds by serving up d...
Nothing says ‘Merica quite like beer, bourbon, and BBQ. Normally you would have to travel to all regions of the country to find the best of each one, but NYC conveniently just happens to have some of the finest of all three und...
If you live in Brooklyn, we’re sure you have spent hours scanning Yelp for that new, perfect place to eat, but have no idea what you’re in the mood for. Normally, you will scan forever, and just settle back to an old favorite, ...
Irish pubs in NYC. There’s a hell of a lot of them. But there’s only one where you can find 93 readily available Irish Whiskeys, a Black Pudding Burger, Irish Breakfast Flatbread and Curried Shepherd’s Pie. We implore you to ve...
You don’t often hear: “Let’s go order a cup of bone broth.” Until now. Thanks to Springbone Kitchen—a uniquely healthy spot now open in Greenwich Village—we can all now enjoy a 9, 16 or 20 ounce cup of grass-fed bone broth. But...
Catching brunch in the West Village on a sleepy, mildly hung-over Sunday “morning” seems ideal, until you are confronted by the crowds and hassle that leaving you longing for a place that feels like home. One step inside the Ta...
With a warm spring breeze in the air and the clear blue sky with shimmers of the sun’s reflection on the windows of Little Italy, Aunt Jake’s from the outside looked promising and inviting for a Tuesday night catch-up with an o...
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