Posts Tagged ‘east village’
The East Village is forever transforming. Some people might even say the neighborhood is “finding itself”. We’re still not sure how to label the ‘hood, but one spot that is helping the area trend in a direction of improvement i...
When football season starts, Sunday’s become a day of friends, drinks and lots of trash talking. You’d be remiss not to spend your next Sunday indulging in all three activities at SideBar, an energetic and spacious football bar...
Formally known for cheap rent, misfits, artists, skaters, and most importantly, great mom-and-pop food shops, the East Village isn’t what it used to be. While things might be incessantly changing, one place that is standing its...
Have you ever found yourself in a place that offers such a massive variety of heady, delicious beer that you say to yourself, “I wonder how many of these I could try before my friends have to carry me home?” Fear not, Lionsbeer...
If we could make a few suggestions to visiting out-of-towners when coming to New York City, it would be these 3 things: Be sure to sightsee, but don’t dare slowdown in the middle of a sidewalk to do so. Make sure you have at le...
The East Village—despite decades of the area being gentrified, restaurants, indie record stores and grungy watering holes still fight to preserve the neighborhood’s radical edge. Several glorified spots are no longer there, but...
There are some restaurants you just hear about all the time in the pseudo-trendy New York dining scene. (Yes, we are partially referring to those I just HAVE to get in of-the-moment spots that have an endless wait list for the ...
Sushi Dojo is 2 months into its existence in one of the busiest parts of New York City’s East Village, but they’re already making a name for themselves. Don’t come here expecting California rolls and shrimp tempura. Instead, ex...
If you’re looking for a friendly, not-too-pretentious sushi joint with affordable sushi of terrific quality, this is exactly the spot to go! With two locations on the upper east side and in the east village, Iron Sushi is the p...
Don’t know much about Tibetan food? Not to worry. Did you know that Tsampa is a Tibetan staple made from roasted flour? Or that bocha is a tea with salt and butter? At Tsampa, waitresses in traditional garb are more than happy ...
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