Billing itself as “The Best Free Show on Broadway,” n’s Stardust Dineras been open since the 80’s, but it’s décor, memorabilia and food will take you back to the 50’s. However, what are you really going to see at this popular tourist destination in the heart of Times Square? [ ... ]
Relax at the Qua Bath and Spa, play the slots and dress to the nines to party at the Pool After Dark. This is just part of a Caesers Atlantic City girlfriend getaway. Located on the Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean, Caesers offers entertainment and fabulous dining.
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Cozy is the word my son used to describe our room at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Not the first word that usually comes to mind when you describe a 22-acre property with 3,500 rooms. It’s a testament to Hilton’s commitment to creating a family friendly environment at their enormous p [ ... ]
Disney makes the magic look easy, but there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes. I am always inspired by the team of people who create the masterful new Disney experiences. One of the pleasures of my job is getting to spend time talking with and learning from these incredibly creative [ ... ]
Who says you can’t surf in the desert? The Kierland FlowRider opened last year at the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. It’s the first of its kind in Arizona and one of the main reasons why I think the Westin Kierland rocks for kids and anyone else that loves to have fun. Kierl [ ... ]
Context Travel is a Rome-based tour company that offers educational walking tours for a number of European destinations. What makes Context Travel unique is its intellectual and educational focus, with experts from a variety of disciplines, including literature, history and art, leading the tours an [ ... ]
Most of us have a memory of getting lost as a young child. I remember the first time I couldn’t find my parents. I was probably about six years old and I was playing in the Barbie section at K-Mart. My Mom kept telling me it was time to go but obviously, as a five-year-old child, I was too b [ ... ]
Last week Kosherfest 2011 brought Kosher food brands, cookbook authors, and food bloggers to the New York area for a Kosherfest! The night before the largest expo of Kosher food began, I helped organize a special Social Media Eat, Greet, Meet, and Tweet at Solo. This event was a lot of fun to plan with my friends Lois Held and Roberta Scher from the very popular Kosher food blog, Koshereye.It was my first time at Solo, located in the Sony Atrium building at 550 Madison Avenue. Solo features exotic New American cuisine with Mediterrnean and Asian influences. The best part of this culinary experience is that it is completely Kosher!
If you are looking for a place to have intimate dinner with your partner, or you need to plan a business meeting, you should consider Solo. Check out their full menu, specials, and more at http://www.primekony.com.
The restaurant, which was designed by Eddie jacobs features a tranquil atmosphere that caters to a variety of diners needs ranging from private business meetings to special occasion lunches and dinners. We were a party of 26 and Solo had us in our very own private room. The menu was set in advance and I absolutely enjoyed every, single, bite! As a very busy mom of 3 kids, dining out at fine restaurants like Solo does not happen. The food that I ate that evening included: Big Eye Tuna Tarter, Crispy Veal Sweetreads, Pan Seared Black Angus Filet, and Molten Chocolate Cake for dessert. This is a meal to remember!! We were also served Champagne, Carte d'Or. It was lovely!