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NYC: Buona Caccia

Eataly is an indoor Italian market/restaurant/cooking school/wine shop/all around fun place to hang out. The original is located at 200 5th Avenue (at 23rd) in NYC and has become one of my new favorite places to spend time in Manhattan when I find myself with a bit of spare time …

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NYC: Free Friday Night

If you’re spending a long weekend in New York City, head to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) for UNIQLO Free Friday nights from 4:00pm – 8:00pm. You can’t buy tickets in advance so you have to go there and get in line – but I promise that, even if …

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NYC: A Walk in the Park

If you’re in NYC, a walk in Central Park provides a haven away from the frantic bustle and noise of Manhattan. And no matter where you enter, there is always something wonderful to discover. If you enter more toward the south end of the park you can wander to the …

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NYC: Just Like Marrekech

I just recently visited NYC and found a fabulous little Moroccan restaurant called Zerza. It’s tucked away on Sixth Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues which is a street that I’d recalled in years past, had been mostly made up of Indian restaurants of which there are still quite a …

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NYC: As Easy As ABC

The ABC Carpet and Home Store near Union Square is one of my favorite places to go when I’m in Manhattan. From the outside, the store looks unremarkable, but once through the door you feel like Dorothy stepping out of her black-and-white world, into the technicolor land Oz. Brightly-colored, exotic …

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Bon Apetite!

La Bonne Soupe is a cozy little bistro in mid-town – just perfect for solo dining or a casual dinner with a colleague. You walk down the stairs into a small dining room that’s bursting with energy. (Note: There’s seating upstairs too with choice seats on a small balcony outside …

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Walk Through Bryant Park

Bryant Park is a lovely Mid-town Manhattan oasis between 5th and 6th Avenue and 42nd and 44th Street. It’s lovely to just walk through, or there are numerous tables and chairs scattered throughout the park if you want to unwind with a goody from one of the 4 ‘wichcraft kiosks …