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Even in this Market – Co-op is Worth Your Investment

Even in this Market – Co-op is Worth Your Investment

[Check out CO-OP Preview Party, shot by Alan Phillips] We Magpies take our birthday celebrations quite seriously. And since we dine out quite a lot, we are always in search of a new special place to kick off our birthday festivities. We were very fortunate that a fellow Magpie had drinks at Co-op in the Hotel […]

October 26th, 2011 | Posted in Alphabests!, Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

Don’t Go Loco – Just Try Poco!

Don’t Go Loco – Just Try Poco!

We found ourselves scrambling recently for a fab spot to go for a Magpies’ night out. The catch? There were eight of us who wanted to get together – and getting a reservation for a party that size is never easy! Thankfully, one Magpie suggested Poco, a tapas restaurant located on 3rd Street and Avenue B. We were […]

May 23rd, 2011 | Posted in Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

Beauty and Essex: A Real Beauty on Essex

Beauty and Essex: A Real Beauty on Essex

Beauty and Essex is a brand spankin’ new tapas restaurant and lounge located on – you guessed it – Essex Street on the Lower East Side. Even though the restaurant is literally just days old, we had heard good things about the food and, more importantly, the atmosphere. So we were thrilled to get a reservation […]

December 19th, 2010 | Posted in Good Gossip (Shhh!), Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

You Gotta Be Inn To Know Kuma Inn

You Gotta Be Inn To Know Kuma Inn

You might be wondering, where in the world is Kuma Inn? No, it’s not that creepy looking bed-and-breakfast you sometimes pass on the way to grab your morning coffee. Kuma Inn is a somewhat hidden restaurant on Ludlow Street between Rivington and Delancey on the Lower East Side – but it’s well-known to foodies (and in-the-know […]

October 25th, 2010 | Posted in Featured Post, Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

Hopscotch Your Way over to Rayuela

Hopscotch Your Way over to Rayuela

We Magpies are always searching for restaurants that are fun and trendy, and also have an interesting menu and great drinks. There’s nothing worse than a fab-looking hotspot that doesn’t have the food to back it up. So we were very excited to go to Rayuela, a Latin-American restaurant on Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington on the Lower […]

September 13th, 2010 | Posted in Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

Il Buco – Love Is Everywhere!

Il Buco – Love Is Everywhere!

 Il Buco has  always been written up as a great go-to restaurant in NYC. Located on Bond Street near Lafayette Street, it is a favorite of critics and foodies alike. So we were all on board when a Magpie suggested we check it out. We arrived at about 8:30 on a Saturday night, and the place was […]

July 29th, 2010 | Posted in Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

Make A Date To Go to Barrio Chino

Make A Date To Go to Barrio Chino

Where in the city is there a restaurant that’s unpretentious yet cool, with really good drinks and decent food that’s not ridiculously pricey? The answer that we Magpies all came up with is Barrio Chino, a (tiny!) hidden gem located at 253 Broome Street near Orchard. We happened upon this Mexican restaurant last summer and we’ve been back on a regular basis. […]

June 30th, 2010 | Posted in Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

Ten Bells – We’ll Be Back With Bells On!

Ten Bells – We’ll Be Back With Bells On!

Ten Bells is a great place to go if you like unpretentious wine bars and terrific food. We happened upon it while waiting to get into the restaurant next door,which had zero room at its bar for people waiting for tables. The hostess told us that there was an hour wait, but next door was a […]

June 16th, 2010 | Posted in Good Times (Food & Nightlife), Newest Posts | Read More »

I is for Inoteca

I is for Inoteca

We’ve walked by Gramercy’s Inoteca several times since it opened and it’s always crowded. Well, maybe that’s a bit of an understatement, because Inoteca is always packed! We’re talking lots of people spilling out onto the corner of 24th and 3rd – waiting to get inside. So recently, we had the chance to finally check this place out […]

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June 11th, 2010 | Posted in Alphabests!, Newest Posts | Read More »