Tag: New York
RedFarm is a unique restaurant with inventive, hard to characterize cuisine.
The Polar Express holiday train ride is sure to bring smiles to the faces of children, their parents and grandparents.
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week will take place November 4-17, 2013.
White truffles at Sirio Ristorante are a unique indulgence worth the price.
Walking tours are a great way to find hidden gems in your own city or to explore other cities.
Culinary adventures abound at local farmers markets close to home.
The highlight of our city pass day was a Circle Line Tour around lower Manhattan.
A “Made-in-New York” Statue of Liberty may be the ultimate NYC tchotchke.
Entering the art deco lobby of the Lambs Club at the Chatwal for high tea makes you feel like you’ve walked back in time.
Take a peek at the street signs of Flushing, the second largest Chinatown in New York City.
If you are a book lover, each of these five great vacations for readers is likely to be appealing.
Snagging a reservation at Blue Hill at Stone Barns isn’t easy but it’s well worth the effort for a unique farm-to-table experience.
This week, the American Planning Association designated iconic Fifth Avenue as one of its 10 Great Streets for 2012—calling it “expansive and majestic” with a “style and splendor that is virtually unparalleled in the U.S.” Fifth Avenue runs from Washington Square in Greenwich Village to Marcus Garvey Park at 142 Street in Harlem—a distance of…
This Hudson Valley gem is a perfect weekend base for exploring Saugerties and the surrounding region. One of the most memorable parts of any stay at the Diamond Mill Hotel & Tavern in Saugerties (Ulster County), New York is the breathtaking view from your room. In fact, each of the thirty guest rooms of this…
Once upon a time, hotel minibars were generic. All the mini-fridges looked the same; typically had the same offerings (soda, beer, liquor miniatures, and some candy and nuts)—and consistently induced a case of acute sticker-shock when guests located the price list. Even as a chocoholic, I had to be desperate to grab a candy bar…
Pausing for a relaxing afternoon tea service in an elegant setting can be a delightful indulgence, whether you’re in your hometown or visiting another city. The Duchess of Bedford started the tradition in the mid-1800s when she began inviting friends to share tea and a snack in-between the two meals a day customarily eaten by…