Autumn in New York is amazing. We love how the leaves slowly rain down in fiery shades of red and gold, and we absolutely love the smell of hot chocolate and coffee wafting through the streets. Above all, we love the introduction of fall menus across the city. This is the perfect city for foodies, and as food curators ourselves, nothing makes us happier than eating to our hearts’ content and concealing our tummies behind oversized sweaters.
Nestled in Greenwich Village and helmed by John DeLucie (one of the city’s most sought-after chefs), The Lion recently launched its Sunday fall brunch menu.
Fall is a magical season—eliciting within us a sense of wonder, and a tingling feeling of optimistic anticipation. Is it because Thanksgiving is nigh? Or is it those beautiful leaves transformed into fiery canopies above our heads? Whatever it may be, fall in New York City is ephemeral and meant to be cherished.
And there is no better way to welcome in autumn than by checking out—and hopefully, participating in—the 21st annual Canstruction exhibition and food drive. This spectacular display will feature the panoply of sculptures made entirely of unopened canned food that will then be donated to City Harvest to be distributed to approx. 400 soup kitchens and food pantries throughout the city.
When Pampano invited us to sample its new Sea to Table tasting menu for the fall season, we were beyond thrilled. The celebrated midtown restaurant from opera singer Placido Domingo and Chef Richard Sandoval serves Mexican coastal cuisine in its chic Turtle Bay duplex, formerly recognized as Domingo.
Vynl in Hell's Kitchen serves up a hearty all day breakfast, with hot plates of homemade waffles, frittatas, and breakfast burritos! Lunchtime breakfast can sometimes be just the key to re-starting the day on a better note. Weekends feature brunch specials like chocolate pancakes and morning cocktails named after popular divas.
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The Fourth is an East Village American brasserie with an eclectic breakfast menu. The Paõ de Queijo is a gluten-free Brazilian cheese bread; crispy on the outside but soft and chewy on the inside. The New Yorker, a toasted everything bagel with smoked salmon, whitefish salad, cream cheese, tomato & Bermuda onion, is a favorite item for locals.
With both of their collosul albums being released this summer, rap gods Kanye West and Jay Z are about to embark on seperate tours to promote these releases. The duo toured together two years ago when they dropped their collaboration album, Watch The Throne, and now have announced their seperate tours on the same day. Some things are just better in twos.
Jay Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail tour will launch in Europe for 15 shows, and then come back to the states for a 33 city tour. Tickets go on sale September 12 on Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Below are the American tour dates.
The hot-sisters DJ-producer duo (and don't forget Kris 'Rainman') - who make up Krewella - have gained big notice within the last year, and are now finally ready to release their debut album, Get Wet, on September 24. In light of this big step, they have released their new track "We Go Down", which will be on the album. You can stream it below.
The summer season is coming to an end, and the cool air and colorful leaves of fall are quickly approaching. But just because the weather is getting cooler, doesn't mean we can't maintain our hot bodies! Running is a great way to stay in shape and it is also excellent for your cardiovascular health.
Here are a few great ideas to keep you in top fitness form :
Get your Forrest Gump on! There are enough running clubs around NYC to go around, and don’t worry you don’t have to be an Olympic long distance runner or the Incredible Flash to join--beginners are more than welcome to participate. Here are a few running clubs to consider, and best of all, they are free to join!
The official trailer for the upcoming biopic "Diana" was released Wednesday, August 7th, giving audiences a glimpse of the film which will delve into the secret world of the late princess.
The film, starring Oscar nominated actress, Naomi Watts, as lady Diana, will detail the love affair between her and Dr. Hasnat Khan, played by actor Naveen Andrews that took place in the last few years of her life.
Grab a one-way ticket, and hop aboard VH1's train headed straight to Nostalgia Land. This October, the network will premiere the made-for -TV biopic of the beloved 90’s group TLC. VH1 released the trailer just this past week and fans are silly intoxicated with anticipation.
The film, appropriately titled CrazySexyCool, will tell the story of Tionne “T-boz” Watkins (played by Drew Sidora), the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes (played by Lil Mama), and Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas (played by KeKe Palmer). Follow the tale of the legendary trio: from their humble beginnings in Atlanta, Georgia to their worldwide superstardom.
We already know oxblood an IT color of the season, so make sure you've got that hue, not only apparent your clothing collection and accessories, but in your make-up too! Exude Lipstick ($29) offers the perfect plum to complement any outfit and make you look damn hot from head to toe while sporting it. Already donning the oxblood in your ensemble and don't want to overdo it? Try pairing your dark hues with a simple nude lipstick to complete your look. You will look Fall-ready and fashionable. Check out these celebs who know exactly what we're talking about!