Category Archives: NYC

Your Guide to Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Not quite as popular as Williamsburg, but that’s a good thing sometimes. Places aren’t always overrun, you can find hidden gems, and there is still a sense of the old neighborhood – even though the area is absolutely becoming gentrified. … Continue reading

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Visit the City Reliquary, Brooklyn NY

If you hate white space, you’ll love this place. Enter the City Reliquary [370 Metropolitan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211] through the turnstile to discover a collection of quirky trinkets that sing the song of NYC’s history. It’s decorated in what … Continue reading

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Satisfying your Sweet Tooth in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

OddFellows, 175 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249 It’s ice cream season and there is nothing that makes me happier than a scoop on the hot streets of the city. What’s great about this shop is their funky homemade flavors, made … Continue reading

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Eat your way through Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Pies and Thighs, 166 S. 4th Street (at Driggs) Brooklyn, NY 11211 A hole in the wall that packs up fast, service is lax, but the CHICKEN BISCUIT is worth it all. There is nothing better for a freshly fried … Continue reading

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Guide to Williamsburg: Brooklyn’s Hippest Neighborhood

Travelers from all over the world come to NYC to see the sights, and itineraries have recently veered from mainstream Manhattan into new wave Brooklyn. There are many neighborhoods in the borough, but none more hip than Williamsburg. What to … Continue reading

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Long Island City Watering Holes, Queens NYC

The Creek and The Cave, 10-93 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101 This bar/café serves up Mexican food and has CHURRO ice cream sandwiches on the menu. They have nightly comedy shows, live music, or film screenings. But you … Continue reading

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Louis Armstrong House, Queens NYC

I see trees of green, red roses too. I see them bloom, visit the Louis Armstrong House [34-56 107th St, Flushing, NY 11368] and you will too. Born in a rough section of New Orleans with only a fifth grade … Continue reading

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