Posted on Aug 30 2015 - 7:05am by weeatnewyork@gmail.com
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When we were dining at Yakitori we accidentally overheard a conversation from our neighbor. The Japanese chef was recommending an omakase restaurant to a fellow Japanese customer. It was Shuko. We know it’s not polite to eavesdrop, but we couldn’t help ourselves. A recommendation from a chef is always worth checking out. A recommendation from a Japanese...

One of our summer goals was to go in the Hudson River. Not actually in, but I wanted to be in the river and enjoy the city views somehow. There are a few options: kayaking, paddle boarding, but boats seemed a safer option. We are often near Chelsea Piers,  and have heard before about the Classic Harbor Line.   They have several different cruises,...

We stayed in New York during the 4th of July weekend, and were looking for different things to do in the city to make our stay worthwhile, and not a regular weekend. We decided to go see a jazz show, something we love but rarely do. We looked at the recommendations and listings from the NYTimes and saw there was a show at Mezzrow, a jazz bar we hadn’t heard...

Posted on Aug 10 2015 - 12:14pm by weeatnewyork@gmail.com
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Bratwurst Day is celebrated globally on August 16. I studied in a German school, so German sausages were part of every celebration we had. We couldn’t help but honor this occasion and sharing some tips on where to find them in New York. Being no expert on the subject myself, I did a littleĀ research. While a lot has been written about it, none of them had the...