When I found out that I was going to meet with a manager from Murray’s Cheese, I was completely ecstatic. You see, cheese is like a religion to me. I could eat it with every single meal, seven days a week. I’ve never met a cheese I didn’t love.
It was a cold Wednesday in the middle of February, and I found myself trekking through the busy streets of Manhattan to get to Chelsea Market – possibly the hippest tourist attraction in all of New York City.
Last month the Greenwich Village – Chelsea Chamber of Commerce hosted a seminar on Greenwich Village hotel development at Grape and Vine Restaurant in The Jade Hotel.
Chocolate has an effect similar to that of shopping. Even though we don’t necessarily need that new outfit, there’s just something about it that makes us feel so good. More than just a piece of candy, chocolate is a sensory experience that reminds us of the simple joys in life.
Beginning in the East Village and ending among the tangled streets of Greenwich Village, 10th Street maintains its charm with a mix of the historic and the new.
Spending time in a bookstore is a wonderfully comforting experience: the smells of old, worn and fresh, new books mingle with the subtle aroma of coffee, the quiet hum of rustling pages, and hushed, contented voices.
What better way to kick off a Manhattan Sideways day than with an early morning half-pound pastrami sandwich alongside some potato latkes?
Still recovering from that holiday slumber? Brighten up your work week by attending some of these exciting events listed below:
This year the Super Bowl will be hosted in the metropolitan area and all New Yorkers, not just football fanatics, should be excited!
With a few days off and significant partying to do, how about checking out some of the unique bars of the Side Streets? We recommend celebrating the holidays with handcrafted vodkas, a speak-easy-style spot, and perhaps a haircut.