Summer is in full swing and there’s nothing like seeing live music inside the open corridors of a flashy venue or atop a sun-drenched rooftop. As we roll to the end of July, NYC Plugged wanted to share our list of recommendations for shows this season. You already know about the big shows hitting Madison […]
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There’s no feeling that can match sipping a cold margarita atop a rooftop in New York City. Thankfully, Margarita Rumble, the international tasting affair, helped folks make that very simple idea a reality over not just one, but a dozen different margaritas.
Chinatown has a new Vietnamese spot on the block and this modern approach to Viet cuisine hits the mark. Last Friday, Pho Bar‘s invited NYC Plugged for a meal on the town at their newest location in Chinatown, and it proved to be a homely experience that touched on good food, attentive service and a […]
A couple months back, the Museum of Pizza was announced to New York City and, let’s be real, it felt all too appropriate to launch a pop-up dedicated to the beauty of pies. It’s a quintessential part of the Big Apple’s stomping grounds. After a lengthy roll-out plan, the immersive art experience opened shop for […]
For their NYFW showcase, the folks behind Bohn Jsell Spring/Summer 2019 Collection combined their love for the city’s natural urban habitat and femininity, creating an exhibit that stood apart from the routine catwalk of other fashion shows.
Only open for the warmer of months, Gitano might not be around for much longer, but the Tulum-inspired restaurant which opened it’s doors this summer, paves way for a little Mexican escape, smack dab in between Soho and Chinatown. There was a lot to unpack about the new seasonal spot.
New York City finally received its sweet fix when the much buzzed Candytopia, an interactive playground celebrating all that is candy, opened up in early August for an advanced press preview and offered NYC Plugged most of what we would have expected from the one-of-a-kind sensory overload.
From the overflow of MTA traffic to the cluster of fast food chains, it can be difficult to find hideaways in Union Square. The same could be said for most of midtown Manhattan, but that’s why it helps to turn attention to detail. Pay mind to the signage, Look out for entryways, Do some digging. Taco […]