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Carlyle Court

Carlyle Court

February 20, 2014
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Estimated cost: $14,900-$17,300 Low-cost rooms available: No Commute to campus: 10 minutes Nearby subways: N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6, L Shuttle: No Carlyle Court residence hall is divided into three towers surrounding a beautiful courtyard. There is a study lounge as well as an entertainment loun... Read more »

Top 5 holiday cocktail options

Top 5 holiday cocktail options

December 10, 2013
Filed under Dining, FEATURES

  Tired of overly strong “Cuba Libre,” tequila body shots and boring beer during the upcoming holiday parties? Try our simple cocktail recipes to impress your friends and make your party way more classy. Remember to enjoy responsibly.   Bee’s Knees 1.5 oz. gin 0.75 oz. lemon juice 0.75 oz. honey Put all th... Read more »

Spot previews fall dessert menu

Spot previews fall dessert menu

October 1, 2013
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Spot Dessert Bar previewed autumn-inspired dessert tapas at a press event last week. Chef Ian Kittichai will debut the fall items on Oct. 1 at two Spot locations. “We are putting seasonal twists on our menu using locally sourced ingredients,” Kittichai said. Just like Spot classics such as t... Read more »

Ilili brings Lebanese street flavors to New York City

Ilili brings Lebanese street flavors to New York City

October 1, 2013
Filed under Dining, Editor's Picks

  Already the executive chef at the upscale restaurant Ilili, Philippe Massoud opened his newest brainchild on Sept. 18. Serving Lebanese-inspired street food on the go, Ilili Box maintains the quality of Massoud’s flagship restaurant in a less formal atmosphere. A wide selection of sa... Read more »

Food tasting features West Village restaurants

Food tasting features West Village restaurants

September 24, 2013
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Taste the West Village 2013 took place on Saturday, Sept. 21. The event featured dozens of the neighborhood’s favorite restaurants, including household names like Takashi, the Marrow and the Meatball Shop. Chef Maurizio Crescenzo of Grano Trattoria loved being at the event. “The weathe... Read more »

Burger Joint serves simple, fresh food in Greenwich Village

Burger Joint serves simple, fresh food in Greenwich Village

April 24, 2013
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Midtown’s legendary Burger Joint, whose cheeseburger was recently named Most Awesome Hamburger in New York City in the final round of Eater NY’s Ultimate Burger Bracket, opened its second New York location in Greenwich Village earlier this month. Ever since opening its doors 10 years ago, Burger Joint has successfully combined low prices w... Read more »

Wild pizzeria offers healthy, gluten-free recipes

Wild pizzeria offers healthy, gluten-free recipes

April 17, 2013
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  Wild, a West Village pizzeria that opened late last month, offers a healthy, gourmet take on pizza and salads by using local, in-season ingredients. Owner Miki Agrawal opened the restaurant as a more upscale version of her previous pizzeria, Slice. Wild’s goal is to provide everyon... Read more »

Barn Joo offers Korean dishes to please Western palates

Barn Joo offers Korean dishes to please Western palates

April 10, 2013
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Click the image above for more pictures of Barn Joo dishes.  Barn Joo, a new Flatiron gastropub that opened March 4, takes patrons on a guided tour of Korean cuisine with a fresh, Westernized take on traditional Korean food. Sitting on the ground level of Hotel Verite, Barn Joo is located... Read more »

David Conn’s Heart ‘n Soul serves traditional Southern cuisine

David Conn’s Heart ‘n Soul serves traditional Southern cuisine

April 2, 2013
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Upon stepping into Heart ‘n Soul, chef David Conn’s new Southern restaurant, one leaves the East Village and enters the real, old South. Heart ‘n Soul is the result of Conn’s quest to find the African root of Southern soul food. The restaurant, which opened last month, offers a fine select... Read more »

Num Pang continues to offer best Cambodian sandwiches in the area

Num Pang continues to offer best Cambodian sandwiches in the area

March 6, 2013
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Click for more photos from Num Pang. New York City’s favorite Cambodian sandwich chain Num Pang opened its third store on the corner of 26th Street and Broadway on Feb. 20. The new location, Num Pang NoMad, has 30 seats and features new mouthwatering dishes like the marinated pork steak rice bowl and ... Read more »

East Village sweet shop offers authentic Italian treats

East Village sweet shop offers authentic Italian treats

February 27, 2013
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Alphabet City is now offering a scrumptious selection of Italian desserts. Casa Gusto, which opened on Feb. 1, specializes in authentic desserts, all imported directly from Turin, Italy. Owner Christine Huynh wants to provide New York with the “good stuff.” The products Casa Gusto offers ... Read more »

Alumnus takes on global taste tour

Alumnus takes on global taste tour

February 22, 2013
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Traveling overseas and learning how to make exotic dishes is a perfect fit for Daniel Klein, a 2005 Gallatin graduate with sightseeing as part of his nature. In 2010, he launched “The Perennial Plate,” a web documentary series about sustainable and local food in his home state of Minnesota. After publishing a video every week for a year, Klein and... Read more »

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