Two times a year, New York City is blessed with a spectacular event: NYC Restaurant Week! Through March 7, enjoy bargain-priced meals at the city’s great eateries.
Recently, a friend and I decided to check out the East Village's Destination Bar, which slashes its prices in half until 8 p.m.
Martha Stewart—the queen of all things pretty—shares with DAILY NYC her tips for pulling off the perfect Valentine's Day without a hitch.
Now through the end of February, Union Square's City Bakery will offer a different flavor of hot chocolate each day.
Tucked into the tree-lined streets of the Hamilton Park neighborhood of Jersey City, The Hamilton Inn is a sunny restaurant with a full bar and varied menu. Throughout the day, light pours in through the windows of the corner space, while the evening brings cozy, warm lighting from dimmed overhead lamps.
In the Meatpacking District, The Standard High Line Hotel’s Après Skate Hut is the perfect place to cozy up with a cold-weather cocktail and some creative comfort food.
Looking for a pizza made with unique, local and high-quality ingredients? Try a pie at Jersey City’s Razza. The restaurant’s personal-sized pizzas are perfect for one, or good for sharing along with an appetizer or salad. I’ve dined there twice and tried two of their frequently changing specials: gnocchi with pork and a sausage-and-mushroom topped pizza.
A charming French bakery and café with locations in Hoboken and Jersey City, Choc O Pain offers a variety of pastries and hot drinks. Choc O Pain’s Hoboken location is more spacious with two floors of seating, while their Jersey City café is much smaller and cozier.
Find upscale French food on the Upper East Side at Le Périgord. The restaurant features elegant décor and warm lighting. Mirrors, booth seating and small sculptures surround the spacious dining room. I visited recently to try a few appetizers and was seated in their private back room, which can be rented out for small parties.
New Yorkers move to New Jersey for larger houses, so why not visit our neighboring state for larger bars too? When I first walked into Zeppelin Hall, I was amazed at the height of the ceilings, the multitude of picnic table seating and the fact that there were two enormous rooms plus a spacious backyard, each with their own bar.