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INTRODUCING THE CHICKOLOGIST

Rachael Robbins, the bubbly mixologist better known in the beverage industry and on Instagram as the “Chickologist,” pours all her passion into shaking up inventive concoctions to the delight of thirsty patrons. In the first edition of our new column, The Chickologist, learn how this aspiring actress was enticed by the effervescent, fast-paced world of mixology and the secret behind ... Read More »

SERENDIPITY 3 // ACROSS THE RIVER

On a quiet street tucked between Second and Third Avenues – not far from the joyous tranquility of Central Park – stands Serendipity 3 {225 E 60th Street, New York, N.Y.; 212.838.3531; serendipity3.com}. The legendary New York City staple is recognizable to New Yorkers and tourists alike by its signature black-and-white façade. It’s a cherished spot where Andy Warhol noshed ... Read More »

JAGGED LITTLE PILL // ACROSS THE RIVER

In 1995, the tender, introspective jams that comprise Alanis Morissette’s iconic album Jagged Little Pill had Elizabeth Stanley belting them out in her car as any angsty adolescent. Twenty-four years later, she is the lead actress of the poignant, incendiary new Broadway musical bearing the name of the Grammy winning album. Onstage, she finds herself channeling the woes of adulthood ... Read More »

ZAUO PROMISES DINERS ‘Off the Hook’ FOOD EXPERIENCE

First US location of Japanese restaurant allows guests to fish for their dinner New York City may not be the first place that springs to mind for those looking to cast a line and reel in a catch. But true to form, Manhattan once again proves itself as the city that has it all, with Zauo {152 West 24th Street, ... Read More »

ACROSS THE RIVER – BEETLEJUICE ON BROADWAY

Shines a Spotlight on ‘Strange and Unusual’ Lydia Deetz. Sophia Anne Caruso again shows she’s ‘not the girl next door’ in uproarious adaptation. Countless angst-y teenage girls felt a deep kinship with young goth goddess Winona Ryder in her portrayal of Lydia Deetz in Tim Burton’s 1988 movie “Beetlejuice.” The cult classic’s stage adaptation—under the direction of Alex Timbers—will undoubtedly ... Read More »

ACROSS THE RIVER: My Fair Lady

Tony-nominated leading man crosses pond to breathe new life into classic as Henry Higgins Known for his roles on “Downton Abbey” and “The Crown,” among others, London native Harry Hadden-Paton has taken the American stage by storm with his Broadway debut as Henry Higgins in an updated adaptation of Lerner & Loewe’s “My Fair Lady” at Lincoln Center Theater. Hadden-Paton ... Read More »

ACROSS THE RIVER: Maison Vivienne

Two father–son teams bring au courant inventiveness to French Provençal classics No longer does it take a trek to the Hamptons to be transported to the South of France. Maison Vivienne, a relative newcomer to Southampton in 2018, was joined in December by a citified sister—the flagship restaurant of the same name {116 East 60th Street, New York; 646.484.5356; maisonvivi.com}. “We ... Read More »

A Feast For The Senses

Dining in the Dark at Camaje

Camaje {85 MacDougal St., New York, NY; 212-673-8184; camaje.com} is a unique Franco-American bistro in NYC’s Greenwich Village, with savory eats and a cozy ambiance. Thirteen years ago, chef-owner Abby Hitchcock and friend artist/choreographer friend Dana Salisbury, were inspired by a dining concept they had seen overseas and thought that not only would it be a successful idea stateside, but ... Read More »

Ferris: A Culinary Ride to Remember

Cote de Boeuf at Ferris Restaurant

Since its opening six months ago, Ferris {44 West 29 Street, New York; 212.213.4420; ferrisnyc.com} has gained a flurry of attention for its inventive dishes made with unexpected global ingredients. Executive Chef Greg Proechel—who made his mark at Lower East Side’s Le Turtle and Eleven Madison Park—steers the ship alongside Food and Beverage Director/ Partner Charles Seich. When asked to ... Read More »

Discover “NIKKEI” AT Sen Sakana

Discover “NIKKEI” AT Sen Sakana

Being a culinary trailblazer in Manhattan is no easy feat, but restaurateur Allan Wartski has managed to pull it off with Sen Sakana {28 West 44th Street, New York; 212.221.9560; sensakana.com}. Opened in summer of 2017, Sen Sakana fuses Japanese and Peruvian cuisines into an artful and unique union. “We’re really the first real Nikkei restaurant here in the city—of ... Read More »

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