What better way to start the holiday season than a quick trip to NYC. We recently met up with my hubby’s brother and his girlfriend for a few days of shopping and light-seeing. The streets this time of year are stunning and the energy uplifting. One of the most memorable events was…
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The sights and sounds of bustling New York City are electrifying! Whether I’m here to work or play, there’s only one place I ever stay…The Sherry-Netherland. Now you and a guest can take it all in — firsthand! Enter our latest giveaway on Goodtaste.tv for FREE to win a trip for 2 to NYC…
Summer is a great time to explore the open road and travel across our great country. Aside from the sights, the best part about any trip, in our opinion, is the food. So, we’ve compiled some key cities and restaurants we stopped into along the way. May your travels be DELICIOUS!
If New York City is in your vacation plans this summer, we have a few suggestions of where to go. After you’ve seen the sights, shopped ’til you dropped and worked up an appetite, don’t stress over where to eat. No matter what part of town or borough you’re in, here are a few suggestions…
If you find yourself in Central Park, there’s one restaurant you must stop into when you’re there. Park Lane Hotel on Central Park’s Park Room Restaurant needs to be on your list. It not only offers views, but you’ll also sit down to an amazing lunch.
It’s all about the crust…the small raised rim around the pizza called the cornichon in Italy. When it’s crispy, slightly charred and oh so thin, it’s authentic Neapolitan pizza! And that’s exactly what I found at Eataly — Lidia Bastianich’s cool Italian emporium in New York City.
This totally gets the San Antonio community involved in a BIG way! Check out the details below for more on the Locals Know Best Dish on the Dish event. Grand prize for wowing Celebrity Chef Curtis Stone with your homegrown fare is a VIP trip to New York City:
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Three of New York’s best Italian culinary stars are the genius behind the city’s new giant Italian marketplace called Eataly. Lidia Bastianich, Joe Bastianich and Mario Batali, who all have fabulous resturants in NYC, are now showcasing the best of Italy in this entertaining emporium modeled after their partner Oscar Farinetti’s emporium in Turin, Italy.