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Designer of all things fancy. Eater of all things doughnuts.

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QTuscany: Need town recommendation in Tuscany region

Hi, we are visiting Italy next June and will be taking the train from Siena to Rome. Is there a small town or vineyard along the way that you recommend hopping off the train to visit for a night or two? We'd love something quaint and beautiful with amazing food. Thanks!... See More

ANew York City: Non-touristy "must do's" in Manhattan over the week of July 4th

I would add North River Lobster Company​ to the list. It's a new floating barge with beer and lobster rolls, among other things. It sails around a few times a day.  See More

ANew York City: Best coffee and muffins in New York?

I love the pastries at Sweet Revenge​. They have this Tuscan savory muffin top that is amazing. See More

ANew York City: Where to get awesome deli food in the big apple?!!

Congrats! You will have a blast. I would recommend Katz's Delicatessen​ for an authentic experience. Get the pastrami sandwich and a pickle. (But really, everything is very good, I even love the hot dog). You can even sit at the table from When Harry... See More

ANew York City: Cultural events in NYC in December 2013?

This is definitely atypical, but Santacon happens around mid-December every year, so you might just miss it. But I always think it's fantastic for people watching.  Another fun one is Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre ​​.... See More

ANew York City: The best food in the city

I loved my experience at Torrisi Italian Specialties. It's a tiny warm restaurant in Little Italy, but nothing like the other restaurants there. It is new (within the last few years) and highly rated for the food as well as the chefs ability to think outside... See More

ANew York City: Best speakeasy bars in NYC?

A couple that haven't been mentioned that are worth looking into are The Tippler in Chelsea Market's basement, Attaboy in the old Milk and Honey space (no menu and very small) and The Back Room for the incredible ambiance and tea cup cocktails. I've also... See More

ANew York City: Two days in New York, what to see?

I think a good way to get a mix of tourist and non-tourist activities is to mix in some lesser known (or even just classics that have good food) restaurants and bars with the traditional landmarks and museums. Something that is very New York, but that not a lot of tourists... See More

ANew York City: Best places for pizza in New York City?

Definitely Joe's Pizza​ on Carmine for a Street Slice. ​But for a really great pie, there are two options if you are willing to venture to Brooklyn. My favorite is Lucali​. No sign, no menus, cash-only, BYOB. So fresh and... See More

ANew York City: Pass a week in New York in October

A great place to see music is Brooklyn Bowl, if you feel like venturing out that direction. It's a bit of an adventure to get there, but well worth it. A must-have is the disco fries and fried chicken. Brooklyn Bowl​ Another fun adventure to Brooklyn... See More

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