There aren’t too many New York culinary institutions I haven’t been to. Since I moved to NYC in 2015, exploring and discovering New York City’s finest dining destinations has been a favorite past time of mine. I’ve established a policy where I try not to eat at the same place twice. The reason? There are just too many amazing options to consider and I’m trying to get to as many as I possibly can! But last night was a little bit of a different story. Continue reading “Raving About Rao’s – An Exclusive New York City Dining Experience”
Is it instaworthy? Check.
Now-a-days, that’s how we determine where our Sunday brunch will be, where we’ll meet our next Bumble date, or where we’ll go to take that perfect selfie. And while sometimes it can be overwhelming, I’m here to share my favorite top 10 Instagrammable spots in NYC to help you narrow it down. Now just remember, this isn’t in any particular order, nor is it a complete list, but just meant as a starting point to help fill up your weekend plans this weekend.
(*For more instainspo, don’t forget to visit my IG – @TheCubanCarrie)
There’s a famous quote that says, “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than she seeks”. And nothing could be more true, especially in Upstate New York.
Over the course of three years since I have lived in New York City, I have made it a point to get out of town and be one with nature every couple of months. It is the perfect way to reflect, recharge and find a path to peace. Continue reading “Venture Out – Where City Dwellers Go to Be One With Nature”
They’re colorful, whimsical and just plain magical. The 20 glass-blown beauties created by Seattle-based artist, Dale Chihuly have made their mark on the New York Botanical Gardens in the Bronx.
Since April, Chihuly and his complex and creative structures have been gracing the grounds of NYBG for art and culture lovers to admire. For just a few more weeks, these interesting installations will be on display both for day tours and the well-attended “Chihuly Nights” nocturnal tour. Continue reading “It’s Lit – A Journey Through “Chihuly Nights” at the New York Botanical Gardens”