Chinatown is a vastly different landscape today from what it was even just a few short years ago, but more significant are the differences from from 84 years ago when neighborhood-staple Fong Inn Too opened. Because of all of the neighborhood changes, this, the oldest, consistently family-owned store in tofu shop in Chinatown and perhaps in all of America, located at 46 Mott Street, finally closed its doors on January 15, 2017. Continue reading “In Love in New York: Goodbye Fong Inn Too”
Growing up in the suburbs of New York City means being a hop, skip, and jump away from the action, while enjoying all of the natural beauty of the Hudson Valley. There truly is so much to love in my home county of Rockland.
I lived in Manhattan for more than three years. There was very little green downtown, and it made me miserable to be away from any green.
When you love someone from Buffalo, New York, you really have no choice but to develop some good, old-fashioned, chicken wing-type Western New York pride.
Weekend To Do List:
- Pick up prescriptions at Duane Reade.
- Schedule ConEd payment.
- Plan brunch.
It is a widely popular phenomenon across the globe, and brunch in New York City is no different. It is a staple. After a beautiful brunch cruise this past Saturday with The Man, I wanted to take a look back on my brunch experiences in the Big Apple.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it’s easy to say what you want and perceive to be romantic, right? But take a moment to think about how that has changed over your years.
There’s a bar in Chinatown, called Whiskey Tavern. As per my First Apartment post, it was a great local watering hole for me during the first few years of my residency in New York City. For the longest time– as I don’t know if this is still true– their slogan was “I miss the old Chinatown.” When you ask any of the owners, Rob, Justin, or George what it means, he would tell you that it means something different to each patron.
Growing from the seed of Our Nearly Missed Date Night, I am going to explore one of the longest loves that I’ve had in this city: Museums and the Art Scene.
Continue reading “In Love in New York: Museums and the Arts”
Your first apartment.
No one forgets what it was like– Small, large, cramped, shared, spacious, noisy, off-the-beaten-path.