Category Archives: New York

Blue Water Grill, Union Sq., New York

I just love Union Square with its daily and nightly buzzing. And when it comes to food, just pick one of the many places in the area and enjoy people watching. Since 1996, Blue Water Grill has lived in the marble-lined … Continue reading

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Apotheke, Chinatown, NYC

I was trying to pretend that Apotheke had just been a (crazy, insane, awesome, dangerous, fun, drunken) dream during my last trip to the City but Sinan just reminded me it was all real…  I became a fan of this … Continue reading

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Please Don’t Tell (PDT), East Village, NYC

Another one from Sinan Even though they said “please” I can’t help not writing about this tiny lounge hidden behind a delicious NYC hotdog shop. Please Don’t Tell (PDT) was the best entertainment for us on a quiet Wednesday night. … Continue reading

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Johnny’s, the true place

Written by my friend Nichol with whom I shared a few too many shots at Johnny’s. I don’t know what to say about Johnny’s. I don’t know how many hours I have spent there. How many dollars drunk and how … Continue reading

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La Barra Cevicheria, NYC

I was about to write a review of this restaurant after having had a very interesting dinner there a few days ago, but my friend Sinan, who shared lots of enchiladas with me that night, was quicker to do so and he’s … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Bridge, New York

From our friends at Free City Guides You’ll see it from a distance on the Staten Island Ferry, but we’d recommend you see it up close too.  You can walk right the way across it from City Hall on Manhattan … Continue reading

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Tribeca Film Festival – 21Apr-2May, NYC

The Tribeca Film Festival has become one of the most prominent film festivals in the world. The Festival’s program line-up showcases a wide variety of independent films including documentaries, narrative features and shorts, as well as family-friendly films. The Festival also features … Continue reading

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