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New York is often times referred to as the city that never sleeps. But sometimes it can be hard to find some quality food when you’ve got the late night munchies, especially on a weeknight. Sure you can stumble into the nearest deli at 2am and order a sub par sandwich, but why do that when you can have a lobster roll at Walter’s or chicken and waffles at Pies N’ Thighs?
Brooklyn has way more to offer than just cool coffee shops and boozy brunches. Take a day this weekend to enjoy the many museums and art facilities that are currently on show at Brooklyn Museum and even Brooklyn Bridge Park. Or take a trip back in time at the Transit Museum to learn about the first subway line ever built in NYC.
Tomorrow is the first day of August but the last month of summer, and there is no better way to end the summer than living it up with some sun, fun, and lots of music. Luckily, there are plenty of parties and events to help ease you out of your summertime sadness. Head to Rockaway for some art and disco, or keep it local and see John Legend perform at Barclays Center, just one stop from Hotel BPM!
Everyone seems to have their “go to” coffee shop to grab a cup o’ joe first thing in the morning or to get some work done midday. Some are small and cozy, while others boast large spaces with super comfy couches to lounge on. Some offer Maple lattes and others a mean cold brew. How ever and where ever you take your coffee, there’s a cafe you can enjoy it at in Brooklyn!
Just admit it..you’ve blown all your money on happy hours, brunches, and shiny things that you’ll probably never use and now you’re trying to get a decent meal without breaking the bank. Well no need to panic, because we’ve got New York’s best and cheapest eats that’ll keep you more than satisfied until your next paycheck. Score chicken, beans, and rice for $9.50 at Casa Adela or venture out to far Rockaway for some rockin’ tacos at Rockaway Taco.
It’s no secret that we’ve officially entered the summer season of sticky subway rides, crowded beaches, and ice cold cocktails on rooftop bars. But with the temperature rising into the 90’s, it’s probably good to know exactly where to go to seek refuge from the heat. We guarantee you won’t even break a sweat if you follow our guide to staying cool this summer.
While everyone has already taken off for the Hamptons, Montauk, and wherever else to celebrate the fourth of July, we’ve got the scoop on everything that’s happening right here in NYC. And lucky for Brooklyn, the fireworks will be over the East River this year, so all you Brooklynites will have front row seats to the show!
Brooklyn has become one of the most unique and top shopping destinations in NYC. There is no shortage of independently owned, Brooklyn based shops that sell everything from vintage finds to custom jewelry. If you’re looking for something truly unique and want to avoid the crowds at mass retailers, stay local and check out some of these shops.
The only thing better than lounging by the pool is lounging by the pool blasting the hottest albums of this summer. It’s the season for frozen drinks, beach trips, and new music that’ll basically define your summer. So make some room on your playlists for these highly anticipated albums that’ll have you up and dancing in no time.