Last week, I had dinner at Jersey City’s Amelia’s Bistro where sixth generation rum maker Roberto Serrallés was promoting his distillery’s Caliche Rum.

Sure, you can have a mojito or margarita any time of year, but there’s just something about summer that places these warm-weather cocktails at the top of the list.

NYC Restaurant Week is finally here, which means visitors and locals can enjoy three-course meals at some of the city’s best eateries for a fraction of the price!

Tomorrow, Kings County Saloon enters the Bushwick, Brooklyn bar scene as a re-launch of the now-closed Kings County Bar

Recently opened churrascaria Texas de Brazil on the Upper East Side boasts eateries throughout the country.

The Cellar, just downstairs from Beecher's New York, offers comfort food with a special shout out to cheese.

Three things I look for in a restaurant are good prices, good food and big portions. All of these can be found at Kipsey’s, a relatively new Kips Bay restaurant.

South Brooklyn's Nargis Cafe is a local favorite for Uzbek cuisine.

Park Slope's The Black Sheep Pub boasts a large space, plenty of bar food and a short walk to Barclays Center.

Midtown East is doesn’t offer much in the way of lunch spots, but there is at least one hidden gem: Little Collins, a café on Lexington Avenue.


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