Courtyard view of the Cloisters Museum in New York

The Met Cloisters

31st January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

Strictly speaking, the Met Cloisters would correctly be seen as part of the Met Museum. However, the unique nature of this part of the museum, […]

Inside Casa Mono Spanish tapas Restaurant New York

Casa Mono Restaurant

31st January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

There has been a tendency in the past for some critics to sneer at tapas restaurants, feeling that they’re unworthy of comparison to more standard […]

A busy Daniel Restaurant, Manhattan with guests busy chatting and sitting wine

Daniel Restaurant

31st January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

When you eat in a restaurant that boasts not one, but two Michelin Stars, you’re entitled to expect an experience which sits somewhere between eating […]

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The Chrysler Building

24th January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

The Chrysler Building, a 77-story art decor masterpiece wearing a sunburst crown of steel, was the first structure exceeding 100ft ever built by human hands. […]

Historical landmark Cyclone roller coaster in Coney Island New York

Coney Island Cyclone

24th January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

No visit to the Brooklyn area is complete without taking a ride on the Coney Island Cyclone. It’s a survivor from the area’s history as […]

Upscale and trendy interior of Agern Restaurant New York

Agern Restaurant

24th January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

Beware, New York: The Scandinavians are taking over. Fans of fine cuisine are probably familiar with Noma, Claus Meyer’s world-famous restaurant based in Copenhagen, Denmark. […]

Upscale and trendy interior of Ai Fiori Restaurant New York

Ai Fiori Restaurant

24th January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

If you know anything about eating fine food in New York, you’re likely to have encountered Michael White’s cooking before. He’s a star of the […]

View of the One World Observatory building from outside

One World Observatory

17th January 2019 AnnaMumford 0

The Empire State building has long advertised itself as having the best view over New York City. The One World Observatory may have something to […]