A five-borough tour of winter warm-up meals
Each week in The Daily Shot, we have ourselves a drink that we think you should try, too. Chantal MartineauDream on.The drink: Poet's Dream The bar: Lantern's Keep (The Iroquois Hotel, 49 West 44th Street, 212-453-4287) The price: $14 Ingredients: Orange bitters, gin, dry vermouth, and ... More >>
Cameron Wittig The debut album by Milagres almost never happened. The indie-rock group's singer and main songwriter Kyle Wilson had grown weary of his band and Brooklyn, so he traveled to rural British Columbia to rough it and contemplate his future. While rock climbing, he fell and suffered ... More >>
In the summer, sometimes all you want is a taco from a cart, a tomato salad, or a cold beer and sausage, eaten outside at the Bohemian Beer Garden. But winter calls for more substantial fare--bread dumplings that will insulate your ribs like a puffy ski jacket, pizza crackling hot from a woo ... More >>
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