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This list should come with a warning label, because one glance at these amazing work spaces will be sure to induce cubicle envy. We're talking about offices that are curated and designed better than our own homes. With comforts of a champagne bar for after hours, or a fresh sushi bar for lunch, any complaints about work would become a thing of the past. Click through for a few of our favorite office tours from MediabistroTV's "Cubes," and get inspired to take your work space up a level.
Jets fans, Giants fans, atypical sports fan and non-sports fans alike all come together to watch the most anticipated games of the year: The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. For New Yorkers, Olympic season is a great opportunity to get off the couch and head to a bar for some beers and Biathlon watching with close friends. So, what are you waiting for? Click through to check out some of the best spots in NYC to watch the Winter Olympics.
Macaron pyramids abound! The famed Parisian pastisserie has opened its second New York location on West Broadway earlier this week. In addition to a full service restaurant, Maison Laduree "Deux" features a full service restaurant, complete with ornate decorations and a pale green and gold color scheme to match the tell-tale packaging. No more having to make the pilgrimage Uptown! To celebrate this stride in Downtown flair, we've compiled a list of 10 other notable French outposts you should know about in NYC. More»
Check out our EXCLUSIVE Photo of the Day and find out why we found Keith hanging in the kitchen at the Waverly Inn! More»
In honor of the Winter Olympic games kicking off in Sochi this week, we decided to round up some of our favorite Russian bars and restaurants in NYC. These authentic spots will make you feel like you're part of the fun overseas. From celeb fave Pravda to Midtown hotspot Russan Samovar, click through for 7 picks to make you feel like you're part of the excitement. More>>
Let's face it, going on a date in these temps can be pretty rough, especially when you're doing the same thing over and over again. To help spice up your dating life, we've rounded up some great winter date ideas in Midtown Manhattan. So whether you're looking to grab a quick drink after work or enjoy a night of Karaoke, you'll be sure to find a date idea that suits your interests in our guide to Midtown winter dates.
Every year, sports bars, clubs and restaurants celebrate the biggest sporting event in the United States with viewing parties and special menus. However, with the Super Bowl taking place at MetLife Stadium for the first time, NYC has kicked the festivities into overdrive with concerts and massive blowout parties featuring VIP guest lists. Whether you want to drink with top athletes, catch a show by Jay Z, Drake, or Kings of Leon, or just find a great place to watch the game with your friends, we've got you covered with our Official 2014 Super Bowl Guide. More»
Dating in the winter can feel just like the weather - rough and cold. What you may think is a romantic gesture, like ice skating in Bryant Park, may have your significant other saying 'see you next spring!' So to help you and your date stay warm this weekend, here are our top 5 indoor ideas that will keep you social during hibernation season. More»
It is no surprise that New York City has served as the backdrop for endless tales, romances, mysteries and thrillers. So many of our surroundings and neighborhoods have been immortalized and brought to life by the great writers of our time. Revisit some old favorites and spend the day like your favorite characters with our list of NYC literary spots worth checking out. More»
Everyone likes a two-for-one special. Between January 21st and February 6th, the city is hosting Broadway Week (ok, weeks), when you can buy tickets to select shows half off. There is also an "upgrade" option which adds $20 depending on how good the seats are. Not bad at all considering Broadway shows often run $100+ per ticket. If the theater isn't your normal go-to, take this opportunity to do something different and score a great deal. The sale is on now, so check out our picks for great shows to head to!
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.