Well, not really. We loved visiting Sleepy Hollow during October because the entire neighborhood is decorated in scarecrows and pumpkins, with an eerie feel throughout the streets. One of the things we enjoyed the most is eating out way through our short visit. Not many people associate Sleepy Hollow with a large food scene but … Continue reading The Curse of Sleepy Hollow
Everyone loves a one-stop-shop to get all their needs, which is why Amazon and Walmart is as popular as it is. Convenience racks up a high price, and when a particular niche is involved prices skyrocket. It's no secret that Brooklyn's Williamsburg is becoming populated with the city's latest trends and booming with a younger … Continue reading Quantity Over Quality: North 3rd Street Market
Imagine walking through a deserted street lined with flickering street lights and abandoned warehouses in the dark, so barren that you could even hear a pin drop. Sounds relatively spooky, doesn't it? Well fortunately for those spending a night out in Bushwick around Scott Avenue, this area was given a major facelift after restauranteurs noted … Continue reading Stay In Your Bunker
Chicago isn't known for its diverse and wide array of food, but it should be. Not many people know that Chicago has a great public transportation system, though by no means is it the scale of that in New York. Nonetheless, the CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) subway can take you from the busiest and popular … Continue reading Weekend Brunch in Chicago
Rarely will you see us give a restaurant a completely perfect score. But Lucali is an exception. We first heard about this restaurant on Netflix's Ugly Delicious and through more thorough research we also found out that it was Jay-z's favorite pizzeria. We immediately needed to check it out for ourselves. Lucali doesn't take online … Continue reading When the Wait is Worth It
As a New Yorker, I've been introduced to a variety of different pizzas. The upscale thin-crust pizza. The flatbread pizza. The vegan pizza. The corner 0.99 cent per slice pizza. Deep dish pizza is something that I've never tried before, so that's why my sister and I decided to head to the Navy Pier in … Continue reading It’s Not Real Pizza
After having a series of egg benedict and omelette entrees for weekend brunch, we decided to venture to Marlow Bistro, where their small list of brunch specials would give us some other options that were slightly different than average. We were greeted by a shockingly empty restaurant, possibly because we arrived there around 20 minutes after … Continue reading Pancake Lover’s Daydream
Queens offers a plethora of multicultural options for eats. From Indian cuisine on Jackson Heights, to Asian delights in Flushing, Queens offers an individual to experience the world just for a $2.75 swipe with a Metrocard. Situated in Forest Hills, about a 30-40 minute ride on the E train from Times Square, is Agora Taverna, … Continue reading Greek Themed Brunch
Everyone trying to get fit this summer often try diets that never tend to stick or work. The keto-diet? Juice cleanse? Intermittent fasting? Fat-free? We believe that we've heard, and sadly have tried, it all. The no carb diet is certainly a popular diet amongst many. As future physicians, we definitely acknowledge that having a … Continue reading Meatballs and No Spaghetti
Everyone has that friend who is either vegan, vegetarian, will only eat meat, lactose intolerant, gluten free, health conscious, or is generally a picky eater. Finding restaurant options where the menu offers options for everyone is a rare find. Running across Spring Natural Kitchen was a goldmine for my vegan friend, my health conscious meat … Continue reading Meat, Vegan, and Gluten-Free, Oh My!
Being a vegan is a much easier task when in NYC than somewhere else. Street corners bustling with upcoming hipsters, PETA supporters, and health food junkies have called for more and more vegan options lining New York City’s busy sidewalks. James and I are not vegans, but a close friend of mine is and often … Continue reading Vegan Hit Or Miss
Who watches Chef's Table? It's the documentary series taking over Netflix by storm with its stunning visuals and in-depth stories about the newest and most celebrated chefs around the world. We love Chef's Table. It gives us insight into the lives of our most favorite chefs, in addition to giving us a hint of our … Continue reading Oh My, Oh Mozza!