In 2017 Japan was named #2 in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel. This means there is no better time to visit Japan than right now.
Nestled inside the Franklin Guesthouse hotel in Greenpoint is the second restaurant from the owners of Glasserie. BarGlory serves a fantastic fusion of Mediterranean and Asian dishes in an unassuming environment. Start with their fantastic dumplings, our favorite being Pumpkin, Ricotta & Spicy Apricot ($4 each), though the Shrimp Shu Mai and Lamb & Pistachio […]
There’s more to Bushwick and East Williamsburg than Roberta’s. (Duh.) Here are our favorites. Let’s Eat.
I’ve got to be real with you guys. After all that big talk about braving the cold, I let Friday’s windy shit storm get the best of me. Instead of scouting dope shows, I stayed in, watched Wonder Woman (not that good) and allowed my 33-year-old boyfriend teach me how to play “Magic the Gathering” […]
It’s really a shame that people don’t know how to behave. Some fools insisted on using the n-word at Alligator Lounge last week while singing “Gold Digger” and other songs. After being kicked out of the club, they took to Yelp to complain. Ugh. Non-black patrons of Alligator Lounge who refused to stop saying racial […]
Billionaire Trump supporter Joe Ricketts, who bought Gothamist back in March (he already owned DNAinfo) abruptly shut down both sites today. In a statement posted online, Ricketts claims that the sites were not economically successful (which seems dubious in the case of heavily-trafficked Gothamist.) Ricketts suspiciously shut both sites down after the editorial staff voted to […]
Now that winter is approaching, new openings have slowed down a bit in North Brooklyn. Defying the trend, Pheasant opened last week just off the Graham Avenue stop. We haven’t tried it yet, but it looks promising: Pheasant, a new Coastal-Mediterranean restaurant located at 445 Graham Avenue in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn officially opens its doors […]
And so the weary traveler stepped through the gates of list season and was greeted with a hot meal…and a knife in the back.