Dinner at Razza Pizza Artigianale

It was a random Tuesday and my sister was back in New Jersey, so we decided to check out Razza Pizza Artigianale in Jersey City for a family dinner. We’ve heard nothing but good things and recently saw it in a travel show. The intimate pizzeria has also been featured in various articles and supposedly…

A City Guide to New York: Where to Stay, What to Eat, and What to See

You’ll never run out of things to do in New York City. Aside from timeless tourist favorites like the Lady Liberty Statue and Central Park, it’s also home to some of the world’s best cuisine, trendy boutiques, museums, world-class hotels, and Prohibition-style bars or speakeasies. In between eating pizza in Brooklyn and browsing art at…

Dinner at Carbone

After wandering the city for a while, it was time to head to Greenwich Village for our dinner at Carbone. I’ve wanted to try this place for a long time and reservations are not easy to obtain. The restaurant is small and the space is pretty tight. We were seated at a small table in…

A Balthazar Lunch

It was a rainy October Tuesday and I took off for my birthday, so my mom and I headed to New York City for lunch, dinner, and some sightseeing. I haven’t been to the city for quite some time and was looking forward to finally trying a couple particular restaurants. We headed to SoHo for…

The Pasta Tasting at Babbo

I’ve been so busy catching up on things, I totally forgot to post my fantastic birthday dinner at Babbo! I headed to the city with my mom for dinner and a show. I finally got to see The Book of Mormon and finally tried the pasta tasting menu at Mario Batali’s popular Italian restaurant. We…

Beyond Sushi

I’m always down for a sushi fix, but vegan sushi? It would be a first for me. My sister was in town and she wanted to try Beyond Sushi. They offer vegetarian and vegan sushi, noodles, dumplings, and dessert. It sounded interesting, so we headed to the midtown west location. The place is small with…

NYC’s Koreatown: Late-Night Eats & Karaoke

There’s no doubt that New York City is the city that never sleeps. The constant hustle and bustle goes well into the night thanks to the endless array of restaurants, bars, and nightlife. You’ll even find a small area centered on West 32nd Street where Korean culture and businesses are booming. If you’re looking for…

Back to Tanoshi

It was time to head back to Tanoshi Sushi Sake Bar. This time, my sister came along. I enjoyed it so much the first time that I suggested we go there for our one and only sushi fix while she was home. Plus, you can’t beat the value. How we still had room to eat…