Merry Christmas from Midtown Manhattan

Christmas in the City If I can’t go home for Christmas this year, there’s no where else I’d rather be than Manhattan. There’s something about the smell of roasted chestnuts … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Midtown Manhattan

Toasting Holiday Spirit in New York City

Sometimes in the blur of city life, you need a reason to stop and be grateful for life, for health, for opportunities, and for those whom you love. Fortunately, New … Continue reading Toasting Holiday Spirit in New York City

Toasting the Moon in Murray Hill, Tudor City, and Midtown East

Many tourists to New York will not purposefully venture into our neighborhood. It hasn’t been showcased in a television series or a movie. It doesn’t have a catchy name like Chelsea, The West Village, or Hell’s Kitchen. It’s not one of the well-known acronyms like UES, UWS, LES, FiDi…If you end up here, you will be in the heart of East Side residences, neighborhood restaurants, cafes, and bars, and a major hub of transportation via the East River ferries at 34th St., the Queens-Midtown Tunnel, and the Grand Central Terminal at 42nd and Park.