Browsing the "New York" Category

Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant in New York

Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant is a simple Chinese cafe specializing in soups, noodles, and dumplings by hand. This hole in the wall has some really cheap food. Everything is $3.50 or under. That is an amazing price for New [...]

January 4, 2018 Chinese, New York, Noodles, Three Beakers

Sylvia’s Restaurant: Queens of Soul Food in Harlem

Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem is know for their classic Soul food and was recently featured in the Worth It series by BuzzFeed. When I knew I was going to New York, I had to add them to the list. Sylvia’s [...]

January 3, 2018 American, New York, Three Beakers

Russ & Daughters: Best Lox Bagel in New York

I have an addiction of smoked salmon and when my friend told me about Russ & Daughters in New York, we had to go. You can go to their shop, cafe or the Jewish Museum to get a taste of [...]

December 31, 2017 Four Beakers, New York, Seafood, Specialty Shop

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA): How to Get Free Admission

As a local or tourist, saving money here and there is always a plus. When we were in New York, we wanted to go to the MoMA and saw that they have “UNIQLO Free Fridays“. Admission is free for all [...]

December 30, 2017 New York, travel

Bar Pa Tea: Healthy Bubble Tea and Soft Serve in New York

When in New York, I had to check out Bar Pa Tea for their bubble tea and soft serve ice cream in Lower Manhattan. They are creating a healthier alternative to bubble tea without compromising the distinct taste and experience [...]

December 6, 2017 Bubble Tea, Cafe, Dessert, New York, Three Beakers

Flamin’ Hot Mac n’ Cheetos: Review

Burger King has just launched the Flamin’ Hot Mac n’ Cheetos at locations across the United States. Since I was in New York, I had to go grab some because I’m a huge huge fan of Cheetos. This portable snack of [...]

December 5, 2017 Fast Food, New York

Ess-A-Bagel: It’s a Bagel in New York

Ess-A-Bagel is located in Midtown East in New York. They are best known for their bagels and it was conveniently located less than a black away from my hotel! CanuckGirl went twice and told me it was very awesome and [...]

July 16, 2012 Bakery, Cafe, Midtown East

FAO Schwarz: Legendary Toy Company in New York

F.A.O Schwarz has been around for 150 years and is the oldest toy store/retailer in the US. At the time, it was the worlds largest toy dealer. Now, it has been acquired by Toys R Us and still making kids [...]

July 14, 2012 Food for Thought, Midtown East, Specialty Shop

Eataly: Mario Batali’s Grocery Store in New York

Eataly is an Italian grocery store in New York and one of the owners is Mario Batali. It’s very large and you can find a lot of unique groceries and delicious eats! It is conveniently located across the street from [...]

July 5, 2012 Four Beakers, Gramercy/Flatiron, Italian

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria: Pizza in Brooklyn, NY

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is located in Brooklyn and everyone basically raves about this place. It’s located under the Brooklyn bridge, so you can either walk there (amazing view) or subway it (not so amazing view since you’re underground). They also have [...]

July 4, 2012 Brooklyn, Four Beakers, Italian

Shake Shack: Iconic Burger Joint in New York

Shake Shack is another iconic restaurant to dine at in New York. This location surely doesn’t look like a shack, but still has the delicious burgers that customers want. The original location isn’t this once, but it’s very close to [...]

July 3, 2012 Sandwich, Three Beakers, Upper West Side

Momofuku Noodle Bar: Ramen and Pork Buns in New York

Momofuku Noodle bar is a popular restaurant to have noodles and are known for some amazing pork buns. CanuckGirl and I went here for dinner and the place was packed! It was about 30 minutes for a table for 2. [...]

July 1, 2012 East Village, Ramen, Three Beakers

Morimoto: Iron Chef’s Restaurant in New York

Morimoto is a very famous Iron Chef from Iron Chef (Japan) and Iron Chef America. He has opened up various restaurant all across the world. When I was in New York visiting Chelsea Market, I knew I had to come [...]

June 30, 2012 Chelsea, Japanese, Late Night, Rating

Magnolia Bakery: A Taste of Sex in the City in New York

If you have ever watched Sex in the City, you will know about this famous bakery. CanuckGirl and I were just walking around Rockefeller Center and suddenly just saw the bakery and immediately lined up. Since this isn’t the original location, it [...]

June 29, 2012 Bakery, Midtown West, Three Beakers

Ippudo: Ramen in New York with Huge Lines

Ippudo NY is the first overseas branch of the famous Japanese ramen chain. It was open in 2008. Ippudo was founded by Shigemi Kawahara in 1985 in the Daimyo District of Chuo Ward, in Fukuoka City. By the time Ippudo [...]

June 28, 2012 East Village, Four Beakers, Japanese, Ramen

Carnegie Deli: Huge Expensive Reuben in New York

Carnegie Deli was founded in 1937 and has attracted visitors from all over the world. Even notable celebrities have visited here. They have a few locations in other parts of the States as well. They are best known for their [...]

June 27, 2012 Midtown West, Sandwich, Three Beakers

Wafels and Dinges: Throwdown Wafel by Bobby Flay in New York

Wafels and Dinges has been featured on Eat St. and even Throwdown with Bobby Flay. I was at Columbus Square and this cart caught my eye. I saw them a few months ago being featured on Food Network and I [...]

June 26, 2012 Dessert, Food Carts, Four Beakers, New York, Streetcart

Chipotle Mexican Grill: Late Night Eats in New York

Chipotle Mexican Grill is awesome Mexican Fast Food in America. Since there were a few locations in New York, CanuckGirl and I decided to go have a cheap dinner during our first night in New York. There aren’t any locations [...]

June 25, 2012 Fast Food, Financial District, Four Beakers