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    Lunes 19 Dic, 2016

    NYC Restaurant Week: Where to Eat

    NYC Restaurant Week has grown from a small, four-day act of benevolence into a twice-annual event featuring nearly 400 restaurants. Rainbow Room restaurateur Joe Baum and Tim Zagat (yes, that Zagat) conceived of Restaurant Week in 1992. That’s when 95 inaugural restaurants helped feed...

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    Lunes 5 Dic, 2016

    The Best Desserts in Midtown

    After all of that sightseeing, shopping, and navigating the tangled network of subway lines, you just need a sugar boost. From casual to-go bakeries serving cookies and milkshakes to fancy, sit-down sweet feasts with lengthy after-dinner cocktail menus, NYC has a lot of options....

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    Miércoles 30 Nov, 2016

    10 Reasons to Spend the Holidays in NYC This Year

    Don’t stick with tired holiday traditions. Experience something new this winter by checking out the festivities in New York City. Even in a place bound by the Rockefeller tree ritual and the Radio City Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular, the holidays always usher in something exciting...

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    Martes 8 Nov, 2016

    Tips and Tricks to Stay Healthy and Still Enjoy the Holidays

    Cookies. Cakes. Eggnog. Wine. Cheese platters. Yule logs. More wine. The holiday season is an endless parade of  woefully unhealthy and sinfully delicious treats. We spoke with Steph Dietz, a manager at Cyc Fitness, the cycling studio at Row NYC, to get her tricks...

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    Jueves 3 Nov, 2016

    A Perfect Day in the NYC Financial District

    The downtown NYC Financial District used to be almost exclusively a daytime home for bankers and stock brokers. But as One World Trade rose up from Ground Zero, so too did high-end restaurants and luxury shopping centers. New interest from visitors alike hasn’t just brought about...

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    Martes 9 Ago, 2016

    24 Hours at Row NYC with Food Blogger Whitney Bond

    This post was contributed by San Diego-based TV food personality and cookbook author Whitney Bond. More about her “traditional recipes with a Bond girl twist” can be found on WhitneyBond.com. As a professional food blogger, I frequently travel to New York City. I’m always...

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    Martes 2 Ago, 2016

    The Best Ice Cream in Midtown

    Ice cream: it’s such a simple treat, but during the hot summer months in New York City, nothing is sweeter (literally) than a cone packed with your favorite flavor. If you’re out and about in New York, be sure to stop by the best...

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    Lunes 18 Jul, 2016

    Happy Hour at Row NYC with the Seena Stoane Trio

    Offering coffee and pastries by day, District M—the bar at Row NYC—switches on at night with live music, original cocktails and hand-made Neapolitan pizza. One of the best Midtown bars to visit any night of the week, this Thursday, July 21 will be no...

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    Martes 12 Jul, 2016

    7 Best Beer Halls in NYC

    Bavaria may be the biergarten capital of the world, but NYC gives Munich a run for its money. A growing number of beer halls are changing the game in Manhattan and the boroughs. Here are New York City’s best biergartens and beer halls. South...

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    Viernes 1 Jul, 2016

    72 Hours in NYC with My Style Pill

    This post was contributed by Christine Cameron—a personal stylist, writer, editor and founder of My Style Pill. Cameron collaborates with brands as an ambassador, merchandising looks and creating dynamic content for online channels. Her website showcases style and outfit remixes that inspire readers to...

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