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Tucked away on Doyers Street in the heart of Chinatown, you'll find Nom Wah, the city's oldest tea parlor. Red-and-white checkered tablecloths, potted palm trees, and... More »
Formerly host to the Brooklyn Debutante Ball, the Heights Casino specializes in recreating the good old, all-white splendor of early-day racquet clubs: bourbon at... More »
One of the newest additions to the burgeoning dining strip, this cyber cafe provides a welcome roost for blocked writers, distressed designers, Pratt students, and... More »
The sign above the Egyptian Coffee Shop reads "First Hooka Lounge In America," and while that's a difficult claim to prove, this authentic hookah cafe feels a world... More »
The line for coffee is always long at Oren's but their roasts come from all over the world, and some are caffeine-heavy enough to give even the most devoted coffee... More »
Founded in 1985, Union Square Cafe was a game changer for Union Square, not only launching what has become a vibrant restaurant scene, but assisting the neophyte... More »
Deep in the West Village, Mojo Coffee offers a cozy, wood-paneled vibe (exposed brick, weathered vintage coffee cans) and free wifi--if you can snag a seat. Open and busy... More »
From 9am to 4am, Cake Shop serves warm coffee and the sweetest indie rock in town. You can take your music live downstairs or enjoy excellently curated mp3s upstairs over one... More »
Unlike other B&Bs in the city, Gracie Inn actually fulfills the second part of the deal with with a complimentary breakfast served each morning. The Inn, featuring 12... More »
For some reason, nothing is hipper than a bakery these days. Baked, despite its slacker name, is an overachiever located in Red Hook and selling to cafes all over town. But going... More »
It’s Christmas Eve, and just about everything’s closed—what’s a Jew to do? Get Chinese, of course! Enter Veronica Chan, Jeff Orlick, and their brainchild, Woks and Lox. Together with chef Chichi Wang, Woks and Lox brings these cultures together for their annual Jewish/Chinese Christmas Eve party. Nosh on dishes like ginger-shiitake matzoh ball and rice cake soup and...
Having devoted shows to Star Wars, Batman, and Firefly, the nerdy Epic Win Burlesque now invites adventurers and sky pirates of all stripes to Clocktease, a steampunk burlesque show at the Nuyorican Poets Café. Promising “a steam-powered scientific exhibition of professional ecdysiasts” with mad science and corset engineering aplenty, six dancers (among them Hazel...
Before the Age of Foodism descended on us like manna from heavenbringing with it a concern for food excellence rather than just novelty (or so we hope)we were willing guinea pigs for a succession of food fads, many of them quite weird. Some, like Jell-O and Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips, were technology-driven. Others were the work of cagey capitalists trying to wring...
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