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Did you know... SoHo

MARCH 31, 2014, WRITTEN BY MARYANN PETERS

SoHo is yet another acronym for the section in Manhattan known as SOuth of HOuston (Street). SoHo is not as large as its surrounding siblings of Tribeca or the Village yet its presence on the Manhattan scene is a compelling one. SoHo's boundaries run from Canal Street to Houston Street on the north and south and Lafayette Street to ...
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NYC Finalists for James Beard Foundation's "Best New Restaurant" Award

MARCH 31, 2014, WRITTEN BY DEREK LEE, MBA

Last week, the James Beard Foundation announced its picks for the 2014 Restaurant and Chef Award Finalists. New Yorkers and NYC visitors will be thrilled to learn that three of the five Best New Restaurant nominees happen to call NYC home. Check out these outstanding newcomers right in New York's own backyard: Estela (47 E ...
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Petite Paris... Carroll Gardens

MARCH 17, 2014, WRITTEN BY MARYANN PETERS

I want to take you over the Brooklyn Bridge to a quaint area known as Carroll Gardens. It lies between Red Hook and Gowanus. This area used to be considered South Brooklyn. The neighborhood was named after Charles Carroll, the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence. The oldest section of this area has some ...
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Best UES Gastropubs

MARCH 10, 2014, WRITTEN BY DEREK LEE, MBA

Charming, safe, green and beautiful, the Upper East Side is chic, classic New York. This sophisticated neighborhood offers luxurious living in immaculate brownstones located just steps away from designer shops and boutiques. Door attendants stand at attention in marble foyers that give way to grand ballrooms. Central Park is close by and ...
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Tribeca's Transformation

FEBRUARY 27, 2014, WRITTEN BY MARYANN PETERS

Tribeca is an acronym for 'Triangle below Canal Street.' It refers to the area bound by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway and Vesey Street. Originally a residential neighborhood in the 18th century, it underwent a transformation to primarily commercial by the middle of the 19th century. By the 1960s, the commercial entities ...
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Best Espresso in the Financial District

FEBRUARY 10, 2014, WRITTEN BY DEREK LEE, MBA

A neighborhood of young professionals and families, the Financial District (FiDi) is a vibrant community abounding with residential and commercial opportunities alike. With all the running around inherent in such a mixed-use landscape, it's no wonder the area has such good espresso to keep its residents buzzed. Check out our top ...
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