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Posts in January 2014

Sushi Yasuda

  January 31, 2014  //  Sushi Yasuda

Sometimes sushi calls, and when it does you better listen! Sushi can be so much more than cucumber and avocado to go. Dine in at these Japanese restaurants serving up a dose of culture with your cod. Sasabune Rated a 28 on Zagat, this cozy sushi joint specializes in Omakase, or “chef’s selection” only. Their…

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Shopping on Mercer Street

  January 30, 2014  //  Shopping on Mercer Street

Running parallel to Broadway is Mercer, home to a bevy of the coolest designer stores and quaint restaurants. Check out these hand-picked shops lining those historic cobblestone blocks, and do some high-end shopping on Mercer Street. Kate Spade Kate Spade’s flagship is on the corner of Broome and Mercer, and with her whimsical designs,  its…

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Ellen’s Stardust Diner

  January 29, 2014  //  Ellen's Stardust Diner

Ever heard of a diner with a one hour wait time? Only at Ellen’s Stardust Diner, where every meal is a show, literally. People come from far and wide to eat to the sound of their illustrious waiter’s voice. Lorde’s “Royals” Performed at Ellen’s Stardust Diner New hit songs and oldies-but-goodies are belted out by…

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Color Me Mine Pottery Studio For Kids

  January 28, 2014  //  Seastreak News

New York is nothing if not cultural, and the kids that grow up there are surrounded by artistic outlets. So it’s only natural that the city is teeming with classes geared towards developing creativity in your little ones. Arguably the most popular spot to take budding visionaries is Color Me Mine. A national chain of…

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The Frick Collection

  January 27, 2014  //  The Frick Collection

The Frick Collection, located on the Upper East Side, on Fifth Avenue, between 70th and 71st Street, houses the collection of industrialist Henry Clay Frick, once referred to as “the most hated man in America” because of his 19th century steelworker strike-breaking activities. It’s not overwhelmingly huge like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, so you…

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The Spotted Pig

  January 23, 2014  //  The Spotted Pig

April Bloomfield, one of the food industry’s hottest chefs — in the upper echelon alongside Mario Batali, David Chang, and the legendary Fergus Henderson — is behind The Spotted Pig, one of the hottest gastropubs in the West Village. Per Michelin: “Laid-back servers may look like hipster grad students, but are deeply knowledgeable and committed…

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Lower East Side Music Scene

  January 22, 2014  //  Lower East Side Music Scene

The Lower East Side of Manhattan is home to a killer music scene. The multitude of intimate venues showcasing really promising talent are worth the trek downtown. Since each place is special for its own reasons, we’re going to break it down for you so you don’t have to bar hop for hours before finding…

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  January 17, 2014  //  MOMA, Seastreak News

Hanging on the west side of Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Art is an iconic destination full of white walls splashed with colorful paintings, inventions and exhibits. Consisting of over 4 floors plus an outdoor garden/seating area, MOMA keeps people coming back again and again. The top floor is home to their most timely exhibitions.…

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Vegetarian Restaurants

  January 16, 2014  //  Vegetarian Restaurants

Let’s face it, exercise takes work. So maybe you’ve put off joining the gym for a while. But eating? Now that’s easy. And eating right? Check out our list of vegetarian restaurants below, and that’ll be easy too! Peacefood Cafe With two outposts uptown and downtown, and a menu that jump-starts your taste buds, vegan…

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  January 15, 2014  //  Guggenheim

If you’ve seen the comedy When in Rome, starring Kristen Bell, then you know this much about the Guggenheim: it’s elevators are big enough to fit a SMART car, and it’s spiraling and colorful rotunda interior will definitely make an impact on you. Although we can’t vouch for the validity of SMART cars sneaking into…

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