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5 Michelin Star Restaurants in New York City You Have To Try - Michelin Stars and New York City are two things together that make sense. From Sushi places to French restaurants, we’ll list down 5 Michelin Star Restaurants in New York that you have to try. 1. Jean-Georges First on this list is the flagship French restaurant of Jean-Georges Vongerichten with two Michelin Stars. Owned by one of the world’s most famous chefs, this restaurant located in Central Park West has also been awarded four stars by the New York Times. Jean-Georges has a seasonal menu that’s highly dependent on the local farmer’s market, but anything you try is guaranteed to be… Read more...
5 Iconic Movie Locations in New York You HAVE to Visit - Most of the time, movies are filmed in sets and areas specifically built for them, but sometimes the filmmakers decide to use a location in real life. In this video, we’ll be listing down five iconic movie locations in NYC that you HAVE to visit. 5. Central Park The first one on this list is not only one of the most iconic parks ever but also one of the most frequented places in New York by visitors, tourists, locals, and of course, moviemakers. Central Park is featured in movies like Maid in Manhattan, Serendipity, Love Story, Enchanted, and so many… Read more...
Where to Get Your Thai Fix in NYC: Here’s Five Restaurants - Thai cuisine has always been known to marry sweet, sour, hot, and salty. It always has this distinct taste that will leave an impression on your taste buds. This perfect harmony is the reason why Thai restaurants in NYC are thriving. Good thing that there's no shortage of Thai restaurants in NYC. Here are five Thai restaurants you can visit if you're looking for that Thai fix. 1. Jai Sang Ma Jai Sang Ma is two powerhouse restaurants rolled into one. The Mao Mao in Bushnick and Lamoon in Elmhurst and their owners decided to open Jai Sang Ma together… Read more...
Five Restaurants You Shouldn’t Miss When in East Village - Whatever cuisine you are looking for, you can find it here in the East Village. East Village is a mecca of different cuisines – Chinese, Mexican, European, Albanian, Portuguese, Himalayan – name it, and chances are you can find it there. Their restaurants are a culmination of their immigrant population. That’s why it’s no wonder that younger New Yorkers are drawn to the area to try something new. Here are our top 5 choices of restaurants to try in East Village. 1. Yellow Rose It is safe to say that this restaurant is pandemic proof. This restaurant was brave enough… Read more...
Five Restaurants Offering the Best Ceviche in NYC - Are you a fan of eating raw seafood? What does ceviche sound or taste like? Ceviche’s origins can be traced back to Peru and Ecuador. They have their ceviche marinated with citrus and made even more delicious with chiles and onions. Other cultures also have their versions – the Crudo of Venice, poke of Hawai’i, kinilaw of the Philippines, and Japan’s sashimi. If you’re a New Yorker craving some delicious ceviche right now, here’s where you can eat them. 1. Mission Ceviche This Manhattan restaurant is known for its raw fish dish. They’ve come a long way from being a… Read more...