Vieni qui spesso?

The Italian word sosta translates to take a break. This restaurant is perfect for that. It is a fast Italian getaway in the heart of NoLita. The restaurant is minimalistic and pink, with paper goods to match this aesthetic. The pink neon sign reading “Mangiamo, Baby” does not go unnoticed or unphotographed. Moving onto the picturesque menu……… Continue reading Vieni qui spesso?

A New Nirvana in NoHo

Bohemian is a Japanese restaurant & bar hidden behind the Japan Premium Beef butcher shop (which is where the restaurant gets all of its meat). This same building was once home to Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Sounds cool, right? Well, it isn’t open to the public. New guests must be introduced by Bohemian’s existing…… Continue reading A New Nirvana in NoHo

Love you, Lilia

If you can wrangle a reservation at Lilia, this place is not to be missed. The interior of the restaurant may be simple, but the dishes are anything but. You will find yourself wanting to try one of everything from the menu, but unfortunately, to maintain that #summerbod you should limit yourself to my top…… Continue reading Love you, Lilia

A Foodie’s Favorite Fiesta: Cinco de Drinko

I never need an excuse to grab some tacos, but if I did, Cinco de Mayo would be the perfect one. With outdoor seating, modern yet earthy decor, and an authentic cuisine, Rosie’s is the perfect spot to celebrate Cinco. When NYC is #blessed with some warm weather, the spacious restaurant doors are all open to the street — did somebody say…… Continue reading A Foodie’s Favorite Fiesta: Cinco de Drinko

Dreams Dough Come True

Here’s the scoop… DŌ Cookie Dough Confections just made the village a little sweeter. The new “DŌ headquarters” is filled with neon signs, polka dot walls, pink, pink and did I mention more pink? The DŌ HQ has been very busy serving up their 16 flavors of DŌlicious and ready-to-eat cookie dough! Luckily the long line gives you plenty of…… Continue reading Dreams Dough Come True

Saturdays are for Smorgasburg

Smorgasburg is foodie heaven, or “The Woodstock of Eating” according to The New York Times. This Williamsburg waterfront is where diets come to die. It is the largest weekly open-air food market in America. If you love food as much as I do, you probably got the chills reading that. But, I can assure you that no chills will be felt…… Continue reading Saturdays are for Smorgasburg