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Cuba

Cuba. The name alone invokes images of music, dancing and revolution. Images of exuberance, of destruction, and of daily life toiling on despite the hardships. Cuba means a myriad of […]
Cuba

Gabriel Kreuther

Before the October Ball at the New York Public Library, Greg and I decided to have dinner at Gabriel Kreuther, one of my favorite Midtown restaurants that’s a stone’s throw away […]
Gabriel Kreuther

Calle Ocho

Ok, word of warning, this blog post is awful! (I know, I know, not a very good way to start a blog post)! But I do have an excuse, and […]
Calle Ocho

The Shakespeare

There are two things I love in life: London and food. (Ok and family and friends and dancing and travel… but those things don’t go with this blog post)! Anyway, […]
The Shakespeare

The Crooked Knife

Every New Yorker has the mantra “work hard, play hard” ingrained in their spirit. We are incredibly motivated, and hustle every day to accomplish our dreams. And while we’re proud […]
The Crooked Knife

Upstairs

Matt is FINALLY here! For years my British friend Matt has been talking about moving to New York from Liverpool, and every time I got my hopes up something would […]
Upstairs

Boat Basin

Even though it’s only September, the Quadrille season has officially begun! Months of preparation go into every Quadrille Ball, with events each week through the winter. And it’s tradition to kick […]
Boat Basin

Avena

Michelle (from my Hungarian birthright trip) was visiting New York City, so Michelle, Paola (also from the trip) and I had a mini reunion over dinner one night. After our […]
Avena

44½

After weeks of traveling it is so nice to be back in New York City! As fun as it is to try new types of food while on vacation, there’s […]
44½

Union Fare

Lately I feel like I’m always at brunch… and I’m not mad about it! Most recently the girls and I headed to Union Fare, in Union Square, solely based on […]
Union Fare

JG Melon

I keep lists for everything. It helps me stay organized, and nothing’s better than crossing something off of it. Most of my lists are task oriented, and therefore quite boring, […]
JG Melon