Month: July 2016
A beautiful Saturday morning stroll through the Lower East Side, then zip over to Brooklyn on the F Train for a slice or a cone then walk back over the beautiful and historic Brooklyn Bridge for the most majestic view of Manhattan… Fuhgeddaboutit.
Slip on your boatshoes, grab your shades and head to the Hudson, this is a perfect way to impress your first mate.
If you are more of a bib-wearing, crab leg-cracking, bucket of beer type, head north to the North River Lobster Company.
Out East comes from a culinary power team — Tim Meyers (Charlie Bird), Peter Kane and Anthony Serignese (Beauty & Essex, Stanton Social) so it’s likely to be an instant hit. Opened at the end of April, this spot serves a seafood-focused menu of Long Island-inspired dishes like fluke with plum “three ways” and Block […]
Welcome to the Lower East Side! The ICP has made the move from Sixth Ave. down to the LES.
Stephen Starr and Chef Daniel Rose bring chandeliers, chanterelles and champagne to Lafayette Street and, yes, Le Coucou is French.
For a more laid back scene, your new funky-fresh “it” cafe is on Forsyth Street on the border of Chinatown and the LES (what the kids are calling “The Lower Deck”).