Tag: midtown

A Snowy Night at the Opera

If you’re in the New York City area, then you know that Saturday night—after a day of generally pleasant snowfall—brought heavy wind gusts, freezing rain, and black, slushy snow. Despite that, we braved the elements and headed uptown to the Metropolitan Opera, where Sondra Radvanovsky […]

Cocktails at the London

On one of the first early sunsets of the year, Laura and I thought it would be fun to spend the evening uptown enjoying a few cocktails—we had heard good things about the new menu at The London hotel in Midtown, so we hopped in […]

Reacquainting with Má Pêche

Last month, when my aunts were in town, Ryan and I had the pleasure of reacquainting ourselves with Má Pêche. Chef David Chang’s lone Midtown restaurant was one of our favorite haunts in the early days of our time together and we even snuck away […]

Family.

I’ve written about my aunts a few times on here, and while they visit New York often, it’s typically only for a week or so at a time. This month, they decided to visit for longer—renting an apartment this month, with plans to return again in […]

Summer Streets

For three Saturdays in August, Park Avenue—undoubtedly one of Manhattan’s busiest thoroughfares—is transformed. Gone are the honking cabs, squealing sirens and incessant traffic jams, replaced by the whiz of rollerblades, the occasional ding of a bike bell, and the clatter of training wheels. Summer Streets, put […]