The luck of the Irish is headed for Hoboken as hundreds are expected to take part in the third annual Hoboken LepreCon bar crawl.
Brunch is a staple across New York City. The true brunch gems go the extra mile, offering bottomless drinks. Check out these top-notch boozy brunches in Brooklyn.
Krystle-Lynn Kingcade, of Añejo Tequileria in Hell’s Kitchen, stopped by The Couch with four different drinks to celebrate National Margarita Day, which is Saturday, February 22.
About the only thing we know about Tibetan food is momos, which is their version of dumplings. The menu also had curry chicken, grilled chicken and chili chicken. There must be lots of chickens in Tibet
Booking lunch or dinner during NYC Restaurant Week can be overwhelming with all of the options available by neighborhood and cuisine.
We need as many reasons as possible to get out of the apartment, so go enjoy lunch or dinner at some of the restaurants you wouldn’t normally try.
The traditional Salvadoran dish known as a pupusa is a thick corn tortilla that comes stuffed with cheese, pork, beans, or other fillings. On top of that goes tomato salsa and a spoonful of curtido (cabbage slaw with vinegar and chiles). Below are our five favorite pupusa makers in the city.
NYC Restaurant Week runs until March 7. For the masses who work in Midtown, what better opportunity for a power lunch?
This lunch you’re going to read about was another testament to the fact that you should stroll through our Mobile Munchies Twitter feed before heading out to lunch. You never know what Daily Specials food trucks will have.
Want to treat the one you love, but February 14 suddenly snuck up on you? Forget cheesy cards and cheap chocolates from Duane Reade and go for one of these New York City based gifts this Valentine’s Day.
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are well under way and while many of our nation’s best athletes compete for the gold, we have compiled our top three medalists for the best Olympics-themed cocktail in New York City.
Whether your’e looking to wine and dine your love or spend the night toasting to your fellow single pals, New York City has numerous restaurants offering just what you need this Valentine’s Day. Choose from fancy pre fixe dinners to dance parties with punch bowls to make this Feb. 14 your most memorable yet.
At the heart of Venezuelan cooking is the humble arepa, a dense cornmeal cake that can be filled or topped or dipped or eaten plain. The restaurants listed below serve some of the best arepas in the city.
Liven up your Easter basket, cupboard, or handbag with five unusual chocolate confections made in New York.
Whether you like them shaken or stirred, martinis have stood the test of time as a classic cocktail. Check out these New York City martini bars for the best versions of the cocktail in the big apple.
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.
Celebrate National Vegetarian Day with one of these delicious vegetable filled dishes. Not into salad? Try spinach lasagna, hummus or falafels.