Posts Categorised: Where to Eat

Now You Can Eat Breakfast Inside Tiffany’s

Breakfast at Tiffany's Audrey Hepburn

Would you go for breakfast at Tiffany’s? I don’t mean stand outside the flagship Tiffany & Co. shop on Fifth Avenue clutching the pastry-in-a-bag and stewed deli filter coffee a la Hepburn circa 1961. I mean, actually eat breakfast inside the shop. At a table, from a plate, with cutlery. Well, now you can, at ... Keep reading

Manhattan, This Time Around

New York West Village Ellie & Co blog

In May, the New York on My Mind team of two, hopped over the Atlantic for New York to conquer the city for the 15th or so time. All year I look forward to my annual trip to New York, to tucking into a good juicy burger, hunting out a new secret restaurant, stumbling on ... Keep reading

New York’s best burger recipe

spotted pig burger recipe

Where to find the best burger in New York is obviously a hot, ongoing debate. My favourite burger, hands down, is at The Spotted Pig, a fun, buzzy British gastro-pub style restaurant on a tree-lined street in the West Village. You have to wait a while for a table, but it’s worth it. Honestly, it’s ... Keep reading

My New York: Michelle Young

Michelle Young Untapped Cities

Ever wanted a New Yorker’s opinion on something? Where to go? What to do? Where to eat? How to get away from everyone? This week, founder of the legendary NYC-based off-beat online magazine, Untapped Cities, Michelle Young, takes us on a tour of New York’s more unusual, hidden sights. Are you a native? If not, ... Keep reading

Manhattan Cocktails in a Bottle

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Here’s a great New York souvenir idea for cocktail lovers: Pourable Manhattan cocktails. A Utah-based distillery mixes rye whiskey, vermouth and bitters, then ages the mixture for 90 days, to make a fantastic Manhattan cocktail, which you just pour right out of the bottle. How cool is that? ... Keep reading

New York City’s Hidden Restaurant Row

Cornelia Street Restaurant Row New York

On Friday night, take a stroll along Bleecker Street to the fringes of Greenwich Village, then turn left along Cornelia Street. For this small traffic-free road tucked between 6th Avenue and West 4th Street is one of New York’s best-kept secrets, home to a clutch of the city’s cosiest and best independent restaurants. Coming across ... Keep reading

The Speakeasy Bakery Selling Alcoholic Cupcakes

If like me, you find yourself growing a little bored with all the usual cupcake bakeries these days (no more red velvet!), you might like to know I’ve stumbled on a sweet-smelling cure to cupcake fatigue and surviving an action-packed day in New York City… It’s called The Prohibition Bakery and you’ll find it tucked ... Keep reading

4 Cosy French Restaurants in the West Village

Buvette west village new york

It goes without saying New York’s West Village is packed with so many great neighbourhood food gems it can be hard to know where to begin. So here are four cosy French restaurants to choose from, that will help your indecisive mood. 1. Buvette You probably didn’t even know that a restaurant serving French tapas ... Keep reading

Step Inside the Jazz Age Cocktail Bar Hidden in Grand Central Station

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Of the 1000s of people that pass through Grand Central Station each day, only a few know about its most magnificent secret… an incredible Jazz-Age cocktail bar hidden in the once private office of a New York railroad millionaire. Here’s how to find it. Head towards those enormous gold light fixtures that hang from the ... Keep reading

My New York: Grace Kang

Ever wanted a New Yorker’s opinion on something? Where to go? How to avoid everyone? Where to find hidden places? This week in the New York on My Mind interview series, My New York, Pink Olive founder, Grace Kang, shows us to all her favourite West Village haunts and hidden gems, including a tapas restaurant ... Keep reading