Hidden NYC – Bored? Check Out This List of Weekend Activities

Why sit around watching re-runs at home when the world is your adventure? Put down the snack bowl, get out of your NYC apartment and go exploring!   1. Flushing Town Hall (137-35 Northern Blvd, Flushing, NY 11354) Flushing Town Hall may not be as massive or as renowned as Carnegie Hall, but do not let that stop you from checking out this […]

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Shhhh! Chinatown Off Beaten Paths

Chinatown has long been the frequent for many New Yorkers and tourists. Today, let us venture forth into Chinatown’s off beaten paths. Alleyways, bakeries, backstreets and yes, a store that only sells chopsticks. 1. Yunhoung’s Chopsticks (50 Mott Street, Chinatown) Chopsticks, chopsticks everywhere! If you love eating with chopsticks (as I do) you’ll find Yunhoung’s […]

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Visit New York’s 19th Century House….But Beware, It May Be Haunted

If you had a time machine, which era would you visit?  Unfortunately, New York doesn’t have a time machine (yet), but The Merchant’s House comes pretty darn close! The Merchant’s House Museum formally owned by the Tredwells, is the only conserved 19th century home in New York City. The museum provides annual self-guided and group tours […]

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A Restaurant…… Inside A Loading Dock!?

Yes! You heard that right, a restaurant inside a loading dock. I don’t know who came up with the idea, but, it’s sure darn creative.  A couple blocks down from 34th street, sandwiched between a massive Dunkin’ Donuts and your run of the mill deli, sits little hole in the wall, El Sabroso. Now, I’ve traveled  to 34th street many […]

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