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Kris Minkstein

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QKaua'i: Honeymooning in Kaua'i - Top list of what to do?

Will be in Kaua'i for 2 weeks this coming May and would love to hear of the top to-do's while we're there. Budget doesn't matter much if it's interesting. Favorite restaurants? Best outdoors things to do? Anything a little extreme would be cool Surfing... See More

ANew York City: Best Brunch in New York

There are a number of great places to "drunk brunch" which seems to be the hot ticket with the young crowds (ie: you can get bottomless mimosas and bloody marys). Reference this Buzzfeed article instead of listing em all out here, but based on where you're... See More

QNew York City: Restaurant that serves a good Beef Wellington

I've seen cooking show after cooking show where they make Beef Wellington and I've never had it. Need to know the best place (or even a decent place that's not too expensive) in NYC that serves Beef Wellington. Anywhere from Upper West down to Financial District... See More

ANew York City: Best "sit at the bar and eat solo" restaurants?

General location would help unless you're willing to relocate far just for lunch/dinner? I'll take a shot at a couple great burger joints (semi-gourmet) with multiple locations and great beer - Five Napkin Burger​​ and PJ Clarke's​... See More

AManhattan: What are the best hotels under $200/night in Manhattan?

Checkout the app Hotel Tonight. Theres usually multiple options in NYC under $200 for that night See More

ANew York City: What should I absolutely, positively not see or do in NYC?

Central Park​ is really nice, but it's also just a park. You can spend hours and hours walking around it and getting lost in the middle of it, and if you're only here for a few days that time could be better spent enjoying multiple other unique... See More

ANew York City: Can someone recommend the best old bars and taverns in NYC?

McSorley's Old Ale House​ is one of the oldest and best. Def read up on them before you go since it's not your typical bar. EG: only 2 kinds of beers (light and dark) and you need to order 2 at a time for everyone at the table. See More

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