Month: July 2017

National Refreshment Day with Hilton Garden Inn (Sponsored)

The hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan can be overwhelming thanks to the hordes of office workers, tourists, and everyday New Yorkers crashing into one another. Since July 27 is National Refreshment Day, Hilton Garden Inn decided to provide everyone in the area with some refreshment by taking over a double decker bus parked right across from […]

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Quality Eats

If you’ve been following me at all, you know that I love steak. But sometimes to get a really great steak, you end up paying a ton to sit in an old, stuffy restaurant. Quality Eats knows this, and decidedly brings a more casual, modern approach to a steakhouse that is highly successful, so much so that […]

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Blue Ribbon Federal Grill

If you live in NYC and have never heard of The Bromberg Brothers’ Blue Ribbon restaurants, you must be living under a rock. With 10 restaurants here (plus a few more on the West Coast), spanning everything from sushi to fried chicken, they’ve built a serious empire that embodies their founders’ approach of having “something […]

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Sessanta

Italian food is probably my favorite cuisine. I would easily eat pasta, pizza, and Italian cured meats every single day if it weren’t for the calories. Given how much of it I eat, lately it’s been hard for Italian restaurants to truly impress or surprise me, as I’ve probably already had a better version of […]

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Grilled Ribeye Steak and Watermelon Salad (Sponsored)

This post is brought to you by Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner on behalf of the Beef Checkoff. All opinions are my own. Over 4th of July, I went down to my family’s house near Long Beach Island in NJ. While I definitely got some quality beach time, including pit stops for seafood and drinks […]

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