It’s funny how the second the sun begins to shine — transforming NYC from a frozen forest of wind accelerating skyscrapers into a collection of crowded outdoor patios with all you can drink brunch specials — people are talking about escape. “Are you staying in the city this summer?” “Oh God no, I’ve got a […]
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I first caught wind of the Brooklyn Winery at the Wine Riot NYC event a few weeks ago, where wineries from around the world came to fill our little cups with delightful samples of vino. There was plentiful representation from Long Island, where many city dwellers flock to for winery tours — boarding buses and […]
It feels great to be back in NYC. Even though I don’t actually live here yet and essentially backpack to different friends houses and sleep on their couches (one week til move in, I swear I’m not a bum!), it still feels great. And what better way to get back into the NYC swing of […]
Planning a holiday in NYC can be a bit overwhelming. Do you make reservations? Show up somewhere and wait in a line to get in? Plan a party? Go to a party? Sit by yourself in Central Park and wish you were at a party? Just like eating at one of the many famed […]
I’ve got five stars on my foot and so does she. Ever since getting our first tattoos together in Cairns, Australia, this girl has been my partner in crime when it comes to travel. I’d like to welcome a new writer and dear friend who will be sharing Stars on the Ceiling with me from […]
Manhattan can seem big and scary to the map-toting traveler and quite frankly, it is. It houses around 1.6 million residents and over 23,000 restaurants (as of 2010.) Looking for Thai food? (Which I am on a weekly basis.) We’ve got about 320 to choose from on Yelp.com alone.