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Top 4 Casual Places to Eat in Jersey City, NJ

Discovering great restaurants when exploring a new city is exciting. Casual restaurants can keep the mood light and the wallet happy. If you’re looking for a place to eat in Jersey City, consider these top 4 casual eats to satisfy your appetite and leave you wanting to make a return trip: 9 Bar Café If […]

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How to Make Homemade Eggnog in a Few Easy Steps

Last month we featured a warm, tasty gingerbread cookie recipe on our blog that’s easy to make and perfect for the holidays. Continue the wintery spirit by pairing the cookies with a festive beverage. For a simple, yet delicious easy eggnog recipe from Food Network’s Alton Brown, follow these directions: Ingredients: Egg yolks (4) Sugar (1/3 […]

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Top 5 Coffee Shops in Chelsea, NYC

One thing is certain—there’s no shortage of coffee shops in Manhattan. Whether you need a quick pick me up or a chill place to knock out some work, we’ve rounded up a few Chelsea coffee shops options that will surely hit the mark. Pushcart Coffee Simply put, Pushcart is awesome. If you’re on the go, […]

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Top 3 Cold Weather Activities to Do in NYC This Winter

There’s something fun to do every season in New York City, but when summer winds down and cool air comes back, it’s extra comforting to have fall and winter plans lined up. There are many things to do in NYC in the winter, so bundle up and grab a warm drink while checking out our […]

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What to Do this Halloween in NYC

In the city that never sleeps, the amount of Halloween happenings is no surprise. From family-fun to boozy affairs, there’s always a way in Gotham town to feel the spooky spirit. Here are a few killer ways to celebrate Halloween in NYC this year: Village Halloween Parade If you’ve never experienced Halloween in Manhattan, the […]

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Things to See in Downtown Boston: Boston Common

Whether you find yourself in Boston for business or leisure purposes, the Boston Common is a must-see attraction in downtown Boston.  The park, —also known as “the Common”—is truly incredible by many standards. Not only is it the oldest park in the country (dating back from 1634), but is also nearly 50 acres in size. […]

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Best Fall Activities: Apple Picking in New York

It’s officially fall in NYC, which kicks off apple picking season in the Northeast. Whether you want to venture out in nature for the perfect date with your loved one or grab a bunch of friends to pick fresh fruit and enjoy cider, apple picking should be on at the top of your list of […]

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NYC Neighborhoods: Spotlight on Washington Square Park

You may be familiar with Washington Square Park from the famous scene in When Harry Met Sally – a snapshot of the two main characters underneath the ever-famous Washington Square Arch. Or you may know about the Park because it’s in the heart of picturesque New York University. It’s no doubt that this 10 acre […]

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Tips for Riding the NYC Subway

The New York City Subway system will get you where you need to go, but it’s not perfect. Trains can be slow and crowded; stations are sweltering during the summer; disgruntled passengers will voice their discomfort; and so forth. Push through the inconveniences and you’ll find the subway system is a practical way to navigate Manhattan […]

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Healthy Fall Smoothie Recipe

As we move into fall, it’s easy to settle into lazy days and comfort food. Harvest-themed treats, pumpkin spice this and that—temptations surround us. Maintain the pre-summer momentum and resist the pound cakes and whole-milk lattes. Instead, try this healthy smoothie recipe from Food Network that will satisfy your seasonal cravings and leave you feeling […]

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