Exploring Brooklyn: Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO

We explore Brooklyn a lot as transplant locals. Once we started to, it very quickly became one of our favorite boroughs. An amazing beer scene, history, interesting restaurants (including lots of vegan/veg places), and really beautiful buildings, street art and bridges…you can’t go wrong. Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO are super photogenic areas that I onlyContinue reading “Exploring Brooklyn: Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO”

A Day in the Life: Tokyo Record Bar Restaurant Review

Tokyo Record Bar is a cool cellar restaurant modeled after restaurants in Tokyo. It seats just 18 and you have to get a reservation a fair bit in advance. Like the owner’s other restaurant, Niche Niche (see our review here), they serve a tasting menu and everyone eats the same thing. The main themes ofContinue reading “A Day in the Life: Tokyo Record Bar Restaurant Review”

A Day in the Life: Niche Niche Restaurant Review

Something New Yorkers often hear about in their day-to-day is what new restaurant opened in what trendy up and coming neighborhood. Well, last night, Neal and I went to just such a new trendy restaurant called Niche Niche. It’s located on the border of SoHo and the Village. The owner is Ariel Arce, who happenedContinue reading “A Day in the Life: Niche Niche Restaurant Review”