Your complete guide to New York City at this very moment!
Salt Bae is back! The burger joint is named after Nusret Gökçe who became famous with this meme showing how he prepares and seasons his meat with a flip of a wrist. The restaurant has reopened for indoor dining at its original location on Park Avenue South.
Bond 45 is gleaming again as it reopens in the Theater District with a new show called Speakeasy as Cititour.com has reported on.
At Grand Central, Cipriani Dolce has reopened its ritzy Italian spot overlooking the world famous transit hub, this as office workers begin returning to the Big Apple. Bellini anyone?
At the Lobster Place inside Chelsea Market tourists and New Yorkers alike are lining up, looking to beat the heat with a buttery lobster feast and some chilled oysters.
Macy’s Herald Square is decked out for its fireworks extravaganza on the Fourth of July. We’ve got the best viewing areas and places where you can dine while taking in the show.
At Books by Kinokuniya across from Bryant Park, they’ve got memory game in the window that pairs up before-and-after pictures of drag queens as we say goodbye to pride month.
A LEGO raptor is prowling Rockefeller Center. It’s all part of a Scavenger Hunt running through July 5 celebrating the reopening of LEGO’s flagship store. Here’s a link to a map to find all twelve.
At New York City’s Exotic Snax on the LES we were amazed at the selection of hard-to-find goodies from all over the world like M&M milkshakes, Dorito Taco Chips, Hershey’s Chocolate Cake Cookies, Lays Tomato Chips and more. Inventory changes weekly!
And In Times Square this week, Manhattanhenge had the streets glowing orange with sun beaming through the crossroads of the world.
Until next time, we’ll be seeing you Around Town!