I’ve always been one of those people that everyone asks for restaurant advice. I eat out eight days a week and knew there were affordable options in New York City. I wrote 365 Guide New York City so anyone can enjoy the city that I love at a fraction of the cost.
365 Guide includes restaurant deals and bar specials in Manhattan plus seasonal favorites, the best pizza, awesome desserts and more. I hope you enjoy my advice on this blog and all the deals included in 365 Guide.
Please let me know if you’re looking for an affordable way to enjoy the restaurant and bar scene in New York City. I’m happy to help.
If roasting a turkey this year is less than desirable, make a reservation at these home-style restaurants that offer reasonable prices and a warm vibe. It may not be your own living room, but these eateries are the perfect substitute.
Rosemary’s (18 Greenwich Avenue) Rosemary’s is a Tuscan Italian restaurant with a rooftop farm situated in the heart of Greenwich Village. They serve seasonal Italian dishes that highlight the herbs and produce from the rooftop, as well as house-made pastas. The Rosemary’s menu is served family style, $70 for adults and $25 for children. Add wine pairings with each course for $45. The warm brick rustic atmosphere will have you wanting your fuzzy slippers. Drinks are discounted at the bar from 3-6 p.m. […]
There are countless “special occasion” restaurants in New York City. The upscale price tag is worth the splurge to appreciate fine dining at it’s best. Thanksgiving offers a rare opportunity to savor master chefs preparing your feast with all the elegance and none of the hassle. Lavish yourself in luxury and leave the cooking to the pros.
In case you haven’t ventured out for brunch yet, I thought I’d give you a few more gems to check out. Call that friend you haven’t seen since the baby was born and meet up for a lovely meal with flowing brunch cocktails.
Bellini (483 Columbus Avenue) Bellini strives to impress by preserving the tradition and authenticity of true Italian style dining with all pastas made in house. Their goal is to bring you the same rustic food and thoughtful hospitality you may encounter in Italy. For brunch, feast on Banana Pancakes, French Toast stuffed with Nutella ($12) or try one of their house made pastas. If you’re going all carb order the Butternut Squash Ravioli or Gnocchi al Gorgonzola ($16). Add $10 for unlimited mimosas and bellinis to make your morning […]
The NYC Halloween Village Parade is still the biggest Halloween event in the city. Dress in costume and you too can march. Line up between 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Sixth Avenue and Canal Street to be part of the action. Most restaurants will have some kind of pumpkin or Halloween themed drinks or treats. These are a few to consider.
Bagatelle (1 Little West 12th Street) will host a lit “It” themed brunch party coined Bagat’hell on Saturday and Sunday, October 28th and 29th. Guests will be encouraged to dine in costume and the waitstaff will be doing the same for the party as well as dinner on Halloween, Tuesday, October 31st. For reservations email […]
Now that we’re all “falling” back into our routines, it’s time to get down to some serious brunching. It’s always a treat to enjoy tasty food while spending the afternoon relaxing the day away. Brunch is a great way to connect with friends, eat and drink well and a good excuse to get out of your apartment.
Lasagna Restaurant (196 Eighth Avenue) Brunch is $16.95 and includes your entree plus a choice of one mimosa, Bellini, screwdriver, or Bloody Mary. If you’re thirsty, make brunch unlimited for $11 for two hours. The Italian Sausage Frittata and Italian Burger are yummy choices. Happy hours change daily from 4-11 p.m. and are nicely listed on their website. You may take advantage of $5 margarita Mondays, $6 martini nights or $3 shots and $4 drafts. It’s always […]
I am obsessed with all things pumpkin. I cannot stop cooking it, buying them or drinking pumpkin beer. Clearly, I have issues. In case you too are completely in love with the beautiful orange gourd, check out these pumpkin filled events.
Loreley Restaurant and Biergarten (7 Rivington Street) Loreley’s “45 Days of Oktoberfest” continues with ceremonial Pumpkin Keg Tappings on Thursday, October 19th and Thursday, October 26th at 9 p.m. Guests will enjoy pumpkin beer from individual mini pumpkin kegs plus Oktoberfest specials all day and night. On Saturday, October 21st Loreley is hosting a Das Boot Party, where beer lovers can get their fill from 1-liter ($25, $18 refills) and 2-liter ($40, $30 refills) glass boots, which can be taken home after the party as a souvenir. On October 28th […]