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Milk & Cookies

Baking enthusiast grandmas, step aside; Milk & Cookies is the new go-to destination to get your cookie fix. Just one step inside is enough to envelop you in the unmistakable scent of freshly baked cookies, and glancing at the various… Continue Reading →

Coffee Project New York

All it takes is a brief glance around the room to recognize that Coffee Project New York, while similar to the countless hidden coffee shop gems of NYC, is in a league of its own. Customers sit behind platters of… Continue Reading →

The Ainsworth Midtown

Club vibes in an upscale setting can go one of two ways: tacky and try-hard or the ideal brunch hot spot, and The Ainsworth Midtown definitely pulled off the latter. The music playing in the background could have been pulled… Continue Reading →

Union Square Subway Station Post-Its

New York City never fails to amaze me, but I have never been as awestruck and proud of the city as when I stumbled upon the Union Square Subway Station’s Post-it note walls. Not a single piece of the walls… Continue Reading →

Tony’s Di Napoli

Looking for massive shareable Italian dishes around Times Square? Tony’s Di Napoli is a must for you. The wait for the food itself is super short, and even if it was prolonged I would imagine the restaurant would still be… Continue Reading →

Greenwich Village Halloween Parade

Harambes, Trumps, and Jokers- oh, my. If you know anything about the people of Greenwich Village, you know that they do everything big or not at all, and the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade is no exception. With a chosen theme… Continue Reading →

The Flying Cock Pub

Disclaimer: Don’t even bother pretending that you don’t think the name is funny. For a classic brunch with hipster vibes (egg baked into an avocado, anyone?), check out The Flying Cock Pub. The menu’s full of all the staples that… Continue Reading →

The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

If I had to recommend a museum to someone who struggles to immerse him/herself in art, history, and/or culture, the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum would be at the top of my list. This relatively small museum features a beautiful garden… Continue Reading →

Bryant Park Grill

The span of Bryant Park is arguably one of the most enticing and beautiful views found within the city, and so the fantastic food served at the Bryant Park Grill is truly the icing on an already spectacular cake. Despite… Continue Reading →

Agave

Pretentious and humble brunchers alike are sure to feel at home in Agave, a Mexican┬árestaurant located in Greenwich Village (140 7th Ave S) offering the bottomless brunch that so many New Yorkers are accustomed to. For $32.99, you can choose… Continue Reading →

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