With baseball season sliding underway, it's no surprise that this summer has great sizzlin' sliders for your enjoyment.
Head to Highpoint Bistro & Bar for cheeseburger sliders with brioche and cherry tomatoes.
Check out DohYo for halibut sliders with crispy tomatoes and rémoulade sauce or house ground beef sliders with yuzu, pickle, red chile, mixed greens on a toasted bun.
Don't miss out on Danji's bulgogi beef sliders with spicy pickled cucumber and scallion salsa or spicy pork belly sliders with scallions and kochujang.
If you're looking for some good eats and eye candy all in one place, then don't miss Anthony Anderson as he returns to Organic Avenue to promote The Lifestyle for Beauty. Working as a model, Anthony has had to learn how to keep healthy and fit. This inspired him to create RawModel.com, his website that promotes healthy eating (bye-bye processed foods!) and a healthy lifestyle. At this event, Anthony will be whipping up two custom power smoothies for you to try, in addition to speaking about organic gardening, wild foods, sustainable living, and meditation. Tickets for this event are only $50 and you can register by phoning Organic Avenue at at 212-358-0500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sure, we all love Finding Nemo and Despicable Me, but what happened to good old-fashioned cartoons like Beauty and the Beast? Nitehawk Cinema thinks that it's time to put a hold on Pixar's digital animation films. Going old-school, they are bringing you the best in hand drawn animation. August 14th will be the premiere of their Scribble Junkies event and you better not miss it.
Although I do watch my fair share of Project Runway, I am not a fashion savant, nor do I pretend to know much about it. How exactly did I find myself at the Alexander McQueen exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, you ask? Well, after all of the rave reviews it got, it's hard not to be curious. On Friday morning I went to check out the scene...and was utterly shocked. Wrapped around blocks and blocks was the line just waiting to get inside the museum. Once inside, there were even more lines to enter the exhibit. I knew that the exhibit would be crowded, but I did not expect the mob scene that awaited me upon my arrival. The wait turned out to be well worth it.
Brace yourself for today's opening of Cafe de la Esquina, situated at Wythe Diner. This hot spot is no longer just a NoLita haven, so all you Williamsburg hipsters better head to check it out. Loyal Wythe Diner customers need not worry about the upheavel of their favorite joint-- the red barstools and wood paneling will remain intact...with a few added spices like some unique Mexican artwork. As for the menu? This too will remain unchanged, although there will be a few welcome additions, including make your own tacos, and guac and chips (a staple for any Mexican diner). This isn't just your typical diner though folks, an outdoor (beer!) garden is in the works so that you can enjoy your fajitas in the glimmering summer sun (while it lasts). Check out the sweet digs below!
This week HELPS Teas held its signature cocktail event at the Grace Hotel in New York City. HELPS Teas are 100% organic and come in different flavors that also help with relaxtion, digestion, and more. You can see how subsituting a Redbull Vodka for a Tea Lemonade Vodka would be beneficial. Check out some of their amazing cocktail recipes below. You can ask your favorite mixologist at a bar to whip you up one of these bad (er, good) boys for you.