Tag: John Partilla

The 4 Most Innovative Korean Restaurants in NYC

In recent years, the boom of diverse Korean restaurants has been expanding throughout the New York City boroughs to reflect the how the cuisine is experimenting new styles. While BBQ still remains the main attraction for foodies in NYC, restaurants owners and chefs alike have made serious strides to generate a new client base which moves past traditional dishes. There… Read more →

NYC’s Most Delicious Dessert Shops

Along with the endless fine dining restaurants, ice cream parlors and specialty shops across New York City’s five boroughs, desserts also have a special place in New Yorkers’ hearts. While Manhattan has its fair share of delicious dessert shops, Brooklyn should not be forgotten in any way possible. Below is a simple guide to try Brooklyn’s very own incredible doughnut… Read more →

Top 3 Ice Cream Shops in New York City

1. Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory Located on the DUMBO waterfront overlooking Manhattan’s skyline, the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory (which is located in an old boat post), is without a doubt the perfect first stop to visit. Sticking to traditional roots, the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory’s menu is simple and traditional, with the menu consisting of flavors such as chocolate, vanilla,… Read more →

Best Local Spots in New York City

The Real Little Italy Although it is true Manhattan’s Little Italy was in fact a large Italian neighborhood, many tourists and some NY locals are unaware of the fact that the Belmont area of the Bronx is a historic neighborhood, which had a great influx of Italian immigrants in the late 19th century. Belmont, a predominantly Italian neighborhood located a… Read more →

Top All-American Landmarks in New York City

Empire State Building The most iconic office building in Manhattan, the Empire State Building represents a new era of New York City architecture focused on the geometric shapes linked to the Art Deco movement. The architecture of the Empire State Building highlights the typical aesthetic qualities of pre-world WWII design, reaffirming its symbolic meaning as a key patriotic landmark during… Read more →