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First date planning is an under-appreciated form of art. (So is other date planning, but we've already got you covered there.) Whether you met on Tinder, at a bar or through friends, the spot you select leaves an indelible impression—either positive or negative. Noise level, volume, weekly events and even cash-only policies are important considerations when it comes to picking a location. Here are a few tried-and-true places to earmark. Lively: Zombie Hut or...
Held from September 8-14th this year, NYC Honey Week (the brainchild of urban agriculture trailblazers, Brooklyn Grange), celebrates the profound ecological significance of the honeybee, through apiary tours, beekeeping classes, honey-themed dinners and more. And it’s also an excellent time to take stock of the impact the magnificent elixir has on restaurant menus year-round, when showcased in a number of especially delicious, finger-licking dishes.  The Hellboy at Paulie Gee’s: Long before Clinton Hill newbie, Emily,...
Granted, it may seem presumptuous to begin fantasizing about umbrella-topped Mai Tais when warm, sunny days are a gift and not a given. After all, we’re barely on the precipice of ramp mania, and still months away from tasting our first, perfect tomato or sweet ear of buttery corn. But we’re all about seeking off-season salvation (in the bottom of a hurricane glass) at a number of tiki-appreciating places, where it’s always summer, and you...

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