I didn’t start enjoying soup until I moved to New York City and I realized it’s only one of a few things (aside from turning the heat on) that helps to keep me warm. Now that the weather is consistently “winter-y”, it’s time for soup...and lots of it. Here are some VenueBook venues serving great soup dishes.
2018 is here and with it comes updated bucket lists and resolutions that we'll give up on in two weeks. If "Eat Great Food" made it on either of these lists, then you need to use Maven in San Francisco as your checkmark. I highly encourage you to stick to this resolution!
Topics: San Francisco
Well, winter has finally reached the city. We've experienced our second snow, MTA continues to struggle with all kinds of weather conditions and the winter markets are flooded with tourists that seem like they don't know the NYC walking pace. This is it.
It's the season of giving and you probably have a few millennials in your life. Picking out the perfect gift is hard especially when stores throw all these options at you. I've read all the lists about gifts for millennials and, honestly, none of the gifts are really that good. Like how many coasters do we need? Do people even use coasters anymore?
If there's one thing I've learned while living in NYC, it's how to find a great happy hour special. To me, a great happy hour special is one that has 1) cheap drinks 2) cheap appetizers/bites and 3) a long time window (ex: starts at 4pm and ends at 8pm). I hate to assume, but I'm going to guess most people would agree with these top 3 requirements. Because of this, I'm going to give you my top recommendations for New York City venues with great happy hour specials.
Topics: New York City