Even with thousands of New York restaurants to choose from, it’s amazing how hard it can sometimes be to get a table at a trendy one. Lines can be around the block, reservations required months ahead, and wait times can be well over an hour.
Of course, it doesn’t have to be that hard. If you’re willing to try a little finagling, perhaps you can get a seat at that corner table sooner than the hostess suggested. read the entry »
New York’s Under The Radar Festival
December 31, 2012 by
Have you already seen all of the big Broadway musicals? Perhaps you’re tired of Shakespeare in the park? No worries. If you’re a theatre aficionado, you’ll love New York’s annual Under The Radar festival.
The festival showcases a unique selection of talented individuals and groups, specializing in off the wall innovation. read the entry »
New York In The New Year
December 28, 2012 by
It’s the end of the year and a brand new beginning. As you auld lang syne your way into 2013, now is the perfect time to start making those new year’s resolutions. If your dream is to move to New York, why wait? No one wants their deferred raisins to shrivel up in the sun.
Gone To New York is here to prove that it’s not an impossible or impractical pipe dream; moving to New York is easier than it sounds. To help kick off your year, here’s a great starter checklist to get the ball rolling… or dropping? read the entry »
December 26, 2012 by
When making the move to a new city, it’s always good to learn as much as you can about it, if not for peace of mind and curiosity, then to look less stupid when your family comes to visit and you’re showing them around.
In this week’s update to our Helpful Resources series, we take a look at a great website that’s compiled detailed data on New York City. read the entry »
Brooklyn Celebrates New Year’s Too
December 24, 2012 by
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Times Square isn’t the only part of New York celebrating New Year’s Eve!
If you’re not too excited to stand in a sea of drunken sweaty tourists waiting for a ball 13 blocks away, counting down to the start of a 3 hour traffic jam until you can get home and pass out in a glitter lined pile of your own vomit, then why not try Brooklyn? The fireworks will be pretty, with more open space to waltz about and celebrate! read the entry »