'Tea Is Everything' For Couple Behind Bed-Stuy Sanctuary Brooklyn Tea"We're not trying to make you quit coffee. We just want to make you drink more tea," co-owner Jamila McGill told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Chinese Food In NYC: Expert Spotlights What's Changing"New Yorkers are obsessed with Sichuan food," Eater New York editor Serena Dai told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
'We Are Brooklyn': Hot Beef And Broth At Brennan & Carr"We like being old school. We like being who we are," general manager Eddie Sullivan told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
A Southern Menu That 'Warms The Soul' At Millie Peartree"If you don't take the time and put the love into it, it's not going to come out the same," Chef Millie told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
A Miniature World Of Wonder At Tiny Doll House"I think there's a fascination with things in miniature, that people can create such detailed items that reflect everything in our lives," owner Leslie Edelman told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
'It's All About Attitude' At UES Hat Shop Suzanne Couture Millinery"A woman always looks lovely in a big-brimmed hat," owner Suzanne Newman told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
At Knitty City, They Say A Stitch In Time Can Help Your Mind"We tell people: Do fifteen minutes of knitting every day, and it will change your life," owner Pearl Chin told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Perfectly Imperfect Jeans At Bowery Blue MakersBorn and raised on the island of Hokkaido in Japan, Takayuki "Echan" Echigoya moved to the United States in the name of denim.
Lillo Cucina Italiana: Chef Brings Classic Flavors, Family Spirit To Cobble Hill"It's really a simple place, teeny, but the food is good," Chef Lillo told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Pao & Cha Cha: Chinese-Venezuelan Takeout In Astoria, QueensCBS2's Elle McLogan visits Pao & Cha Cha, where chef Guillermo Hung serves the flavors of his childhood.
More Than Just Playing With Fire: Visiting The Artists At UrbanGlass In Brooklyn"There is a certain sort of daredevil mentality," said director of development Rachel Feinberg.
Nothing 'Less Than Perfect': Bagels Gone Old School At Shelsky's"I think bagels in the city have gotten huge, and they've gotten soft. Bagels should not be soft and huge," co-owner Peter Shelsky told CBS2's Elle McLogan.