Exploring Hoboken: Best Restaurants, Shopping, Nightlife And MoreHoboken may be a small city, but there’s plenty of things to do in the warm weather and all year long. Check our our list of the best things to check out when visiting this upcoming New Jersey city.
NYC Weekend Events: Festivals, Shows, Things To DoA roundup of the best events and things to do in New York City this weekend.
Exploring Barclays Center: Where To Eat During The Big GamePeople heading to the Barclays Center can grab a bite and drink at one of these spots.
Madison Square Garden Eats: Where To Dine During Sports Games, ConcertsKnown as “The World’s Largest Arena,” Madison Square Garden not only offers first-class entertainment, but food from some renowned eateries across the Big Apple. Whether people are looking for burgers or sandwiches, they can grab a bite at one of these spots.
Exploring Little Italy: Restaurants, Museums, Things To DoLittle Italy is filled with various restaurants and places to visits, here are some of the best.
Drink Up: Best Moscow Mule Bars, Cocktails In NYCFrom Midtown to Columbus Circle, people can head to these restaurants to find out what makes their Moscow Mules different.
NYC Throwbacks: Must-Try Takes On Classic, Retro CocktailsWhether you're looking for a classic cocktail with a twist or something reminiscent of another era, here are five bars serving up some tasty drinks.
Exploring NoMad: Things To Do North of Madison Square ParkExplore the best of NoMad, from shopping, nightlife, eateries and more.
Study: Drinking Coffee May Help You Live LongerA study conducted by Stanford Medicine has found that drinking coffee can help you live longer.
Best Hot Toddies & Mulled Wine In NYCWe know the perfect remedy for this freezing cold weather: warm cocktails. Read on to find out where to get the best mulled wine and hot toddies in the city.
Exploring Hell's Kitchen: Where To Eat, See And PlayFind out the best things to do in Hell's Kitchen.
NYC's Best Kosher Restaurants: Delis, Pizza, Mexican, MoreEven many gentile restaurants in town offer up Kosher-friendly items. But if you seek something certified and supervised, consider these rabbi-approved (plus one non-certified) options.

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