I write about what I know best and what I love: Travel, Restaurants, Theater, Culture, Luxury, Spa/Beauty, and the Arts. I speak many languages, so I am adept at getting to know a culture and location
I was planning to go to Japan this year -- Japan seems to be on everyone's "Where to go in 2019" list. And I was on the bandwagon, but it looks like I might have to wait a bit. Through my months of research, I had found a tour that had me salivating and I wanted to share it with you, as I hope to participate myself at a later date. (Please give me your feedback if you do this one!)
I’m always in search of the best Japanese food and had even considered enrolling in a Sushi University program i...
Hey, we’re the city that inspired the term “melting pot.” And when it comes to our restaurants, we take that literally.
Benefiting from the many nationalities in this city and the wealth of culinary talent here, foodies have always had an opportunity to explore a global selection of cuisines. Chefs who have trained in a variety of kitchens now create fusions reflecting their own personal heritage as well. Ready for culinary adventure? Read on!
Japanese cuisine shows up in many permutations, w...
Valentine's Day traditions across the globe
Exciting fusion cuisine in New York City
Did you overdo it on New Year’s Eve in NYC? Did you know that January 1 is officially National Bloody Mary Day?
I have a few suggestions on how to ease your aching head.
Walk over the Williamsburg Bridge to get some fresh air and properly celebrate National Bloody Mary Day at Taqueria Diana. The laid-back, Californian style restaurant and mezcal bar serves a delicious Bloody Diana (Vida mezcal, tomato, Worcestershire sauce, escabeche, lime, horseradish), a slight twist on the classic Bloo...
Las Vegas claims to have the best fireworks display this year on New Year’s and some pretty solid parties as well, but New York City is the place to be to ring in 2019. From restaurants to hotels, the parties in the Big Apple will rock until the wee hours of the New Year.
A recent study by Lyft stated that on New Year’s Eve they have the most pickups and drop-offs in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. And we can see why – Brooklyn is synonymous with celebrations.
Welcome 2019 at Westlight, located in Th...
Oh ye procrastinators, it’s not too late to book Christmas dinner at these six wonderful Manhattan restaurants, even at this ungodly hour. Unwrap your Christmas-Day presents, pre-game with a glass of eggnog or Champagne, and enjoy a delicious dinner with no clean-up at these varied choices that exemplify holiday coziness, tradition, and the New York City holiday spirit.
At The Flying Fisherman, an updated take on Christmas Eve’s traditional Italian Feast of the Seven Fishes is served on Chris...