Williamsburg is full of hidden treasures, and some Insta-worthy ones at that. First stop: The William Vale. This hotel may be known to have the best view of NYC, but wait, there's more... Du's Donuts is a modern donut shop at The William Vale. The New-England style donuts come in all different flavors (and sizes)! Try … Continue reading Best of The Burg
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?
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
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