When the heat settles on New York , it’s sometimes difficult to resist the call of hundreds of ice-cream makers. You deserve to for this sweet break, a New Yorkers’ favorite summer treat! Check out our list of our ‘just-cannot-resist’ ice creams by neighborhood.
Where to eat in Harlem, you ask? Gourmet, traditional or exotic cuisine, starred restaurants, or just some finger snacks? As you may have guessed it, the options are plentiful. For this second edition of our Harlem Guide, here are our favorite eateries to keep you nice and fed in this iconic neighborhood. Choose what’s best for you on any given moment of the day.
They call it the city that never sleeps and this isn’t just a saying, there are actually quite a few things that you can do in New York City at practically every hours of the night. Do you feel like getting a nice meal at 3am? No problem! In Gotham City you can rest assured that your options are not limited to fast foods only. If you like getting things done when everybody else is sleeping then this list was made for you.Read more
Having a drink on a rooftop is one of those experiences you absolutely must do during your stay in New York City! This city offers more than 100 rooftops scattered across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and even Long Island City. Classics, trendy, sophisticated, or cool, there’s something for everyone and for all types of occasions. To help you get better acquainted, we’ve prepared a list of the best rooftops in NYC, by neighborhood. All you’ll have to do is choose!
Before we get started, here’s a little advice:
– Access to most rooftops is often forbidden to those under 21 years of age (the legal drinking age in the USA). Certain rooftops, which open in the afternoon, however, may accept minors. Be sure to call first or check out their website so you’re not turned away at the door.
– As in every bar serving alcohol in New York, you will be asked to show an identity card at the entrance. Remember to bring yours.
– Certain rooftops are highly sought after. Avoid peak hours of operation during the weekend (8pm-10pm) if you don’t want to wait in line to get in.Read more
New York City is known for its spirit, its bright lights and bustling atmosphere, its melting pot of cultures and its vast array of food options from around the world and back again. It’s the heart and soul of global cuisine; whatever craving has got your tongue, you will not be left with a growling stomach. If you’re looking for some comfort, a little Soul Food is definitely the answer. Here’s all you need to know about our favorite kind of food!