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We are happy to report that our friends from The Smile, Matt Kliegman and Carlos Quirarte, along with their chef, Melina Marden will be collaborating with executive chef Brian Loiacono over at Ruschmeyer's in Montauk this summer. What does this mean for the restaurant out East? Well, Matt and Carlos are responsible for running some of the hottest spots in Downtown Manhattan, including The Jane Hotel and The Westway, and this summer, they'll be taking their loads of followers to the Hamptons. More>>
Do you have a new spring fling that you want to 'wow' this weekend? Whether it's 1920s night at Ken and Cook or sharing a pie at One Twenty Two First Avenue, this week's list is sure to guarantee a successful night out on the town.
Now that the weather is finally heating up, so is the city's dating scene. From alfresco meals to scenic walks along the river, it's a perfect time to start a spring fling. Whether your weekend plans involve a new guy or longtime beau, our date night destinations are guaranteed to impress and set the mood for a summer of romance.
It's already Friday, so if you don't have your date night plans lined up for this weekend, it's definitely crunch time. Luckily for you, we've rounded up a list of our favorite venues, old and new, to give you some last minute ideas that are guaranteed to please. From a new rooftop brunch spot to pasta-making classes, you can't go wrong with our date picks for this weekend.
Bitches Who Brunch has become the ultimate authority on brunching for Washingtonians. For most twenty-something urban ladies, brunch is not just a meal, it's an event, and nobody understands this better than the Bitches. The site follows the best friend duo of Becca Clara Love and Cori Sue Morris as they Benedict and Mimosa their way around the nation’s capital. They grade each meal on the A to F scale. If the word "bitches" causes you to gasp now, you'll respect their choosey nature after reading some of their candid reviews that dish the dirt on how good their brunch actually was. More»
With all the openings and tried-and-true favorites, finding the perfect date spot can be a daunting task in this city. We've done some of the work for you and rounded up some of our favorite restaurants, old and new, so that you can sit back and enjoy the company of your date. With an array of options, from Italian favorite Il Buco to the brand new Lafayette, all you need to worry about now is picking the perfect outfit. More»
Spring is in the air and love is on the menu (kind of)! With so many great restaurant openings and re-openings this week it was impossible to choose only a few. Still, we have narrowed it down to our top choices, from hidden burger joints to spacious contemporary Italian restaurants to cocktail cook-offs. This is the week to break out of your dating rut and spice it up with a brand-new spot. More»
We've all had that feeling: The bar is closing soon and as you square up the tab, the hunger hits you like an oncoming express train. The next step is either stumble into the nearest fast food joint or head home and fight off the hunger pains until Sunday brunch. Thankfully, we've done the research for you and found eight NYC restaurants open late. Trust us when we say that these spots are far better than your average, 24-hour, neighborhood deli. More»
After a weekend spent partying with all of your friends, the thought of heading indoors for a quiet, Sunday morning meal may make you wish you stayed in bed. For those who don't want the party vibe to stop just because Monday is in sight, check out our picks for brunch spots that are perfect for big, alcohol-fueled gatherings. These outdoor spots are perfect for the approaching warmer weather and plenty of loud gossiping about the night before. More»
Now that the weekend is within reach, it is time to start figuring out what you will do with your well deserved downtime. Whether you are going out with your long-time beau or braving a first date, here are some restaurant picks that are sure to keep you and your guest coming back for more. From an authentic Italian trattoria in Greenwich Village to a swanky modern Mexican eatery on the Upper East Side, you can't go wrong with these dining picks.
In New York's competitive culinary scene, it's no longer enough for restaurants to serve up gourmet dishes and sommelier-approved wines. To make it in this town, a handful of eateries are offering diners the chance to enjoy top quality dishes in backyard-style gardens, many of which rival the lush lawns of the city's best parks. Since everyone loves eating outdoors and the weather is finally starting to warm up, we have rounded up our favorite al fresco dining spots so that you can treat yourself to a delicious meal and a killer atmosphere at once. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.