Tag: Dinner

New Hot Spot: Cherry

Located in NYC’s Meatpacking district, Cherry, a trendy lounge-style restaurant is poppin’ (if you catch my drift)! The hidden restaurant – which is hard to spot save for its small red sign and archway that leads to the subterranean restaurant—is a must-hit spot for those sick of the touristy attractions in the Chelsea area. The dimly lit establishment has most…

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Little Muenster

Say cheese! Little Muenster, the tiny, self-proclaimed “super fancy grilled cheese” joint in Manhattan’s Lower East Side truly hits the spot on those days when you’re craving some delicious comfort food. It boasts some amazing sandwich options for breakfast, lunch and dinner that are sure to seriously satisfy your cravings. Most options are served on local sourdough bread and can…

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Friend of a Farmer

Get a taste of the simple life with this farm-inspired café on Irving Place, just a block away from Gramercy Park in NYC. If you’re looking to escape the bustling scene of Manhattan’s chicest brunch and dinner spots, check out this home-y, colonial-inspired restaurant for a meal that will leave you more than satisfied. Decked in floral wallpaper and adorned…

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Hole In the Wall: Cafe Habana

There is nothing wrong with adding some flavor into your diet. It is a healthy practice to enjoy the savory seasonings of another culture’s recipes. The cultural fusion of Mexican and Cuban cuisine was perfected in 1997, at a place called Cafe Habana, where owner Sean Meenan renovated an old Dominican Diner in SoHo, New York. Cafe Habana, Cafe Habana…

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Freemans; Rugged American Restaurant.

Buried in the back of Freeman Alley, off of Rivington Street, between Chrystie and the Bowery, in NYC’s Lower East Side, is this quirky, rugged American restaurant. It has multiple floors with rustic décor and a colonial feel. To complement the rugged country style, the restaurant serves sustainable, locally-farmed products that are definitely worth the trip there. The weekend brunch…

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Hole-In-The-Wall: Linen Hall

Linen Hall, which actually appears like a physical hole in a wall, is a hidden gem buried near Union Square in the East Village. The small restaurant proves time and time again to be a great place to stop in for dinner during the week or brunch on the weekend. Between the to-die-for mac and cheese appetizer and the killer…

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The Black Ant

Without trying, I stumbled upon this tiny, easily overlooked, restaurant when strolling through the East Village. I was searching for a place to eat on a random Wednesday night and it did not disappoint. Not knowing what to expect, The Black Ant — aka La Hormiga Negra — is an interesting, modern Mexican spot for daring diners. More than just…

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