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Video: Explore Andrew McCarthy’s 42nd Street I moved recently from Greenwich Village, where I lived for 25 years, to midtown Manhattan. It’s barely two miles away, and yet it feels like I’ve gone to a new city. What used to be a 20-minute subwa...
On my plate at Kutsher’s TriBeCa are some particularly gorgeous specimens of the latke. The potato pancake, made of grated potato, onion, and egg and fried in oil, is usually served with sour cream or applesauce. At Kutsher’s TriBeCa, mine have ca...
WHY NOW Hang your Christmas stocking in Cooperstown, the snowy capital of central New York's Leatherstocking region. This Federal-era village facing frozen Lake Otsego kicks off the holiday with bonfire caroling and Santa Claus Express train rides...
It's that time of year—when flickering lights illuminate the sky, snow blankets the ground, and airports overflow with travelers. While destinations that promise a white Christmas are the obvious choice (and for good reason), holiday cheer can als...
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For culinary thrill-seekers and casual chowhounds alike there's never been a better moment to dine out in Manhattan. The Great Restaurant Boom that began a few years ago shows no sign of abating, and these days for every celebrity-driven design sh...
Magpie Café: Signs that Slow Food mecca San Francisco is rubbing off on Sacramento? Standout new locavore spots such as Magpie Café, where the bánh mì sandwich is filled with sustainable beef from a nearby ranch and a breakfast muffin comes with h...
See the Globetrotter’s Guide to World Hot Spots. The closest subways to Chelsea only go as far west as 8th Avenue, which may explain why this neighborhood—which sits roughly between 14th and 30th streets, and 7th Avenue to the Hudson River—feels ...
On my first visit to the Hamptons some 20 years ago, I stayed with friends at a sprawling rental in Southampton. We hired a now-defunct taxi service (Mercedes-Benzes, of course) to take us to overpriced restaurants and red-rope clubs. It was exact...
Not long ago, it seemed every city wanted its own version of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, a shining slab of “starchitecture” to generate prestige and attract visitors. Now everyone is clamoring for a version of the High Line, the elevated freight...
I’m a tea obsessive. I carry bags of loose tea on business trips and judge restaurants by the breadth of their selection. I know the names of specific gardens in Darjeeling, India, and age cakes of Pu-erh in my wine cellar. Still, I never thoug...