New technologies and nimble business ventures make marijuana-infused beverages a game-changer.
Now the Jewish nonprofit is focusing on a new constituency: Muslim New Yorkers in need of food assistance that meets halal requirements
75% of the population depends on state assistance for basic needs.
After being closed for over a year, the restaurant reopened last month under the helm of two new chefs – Daniel Zur and Omer Shadmi – childhood friends that present a cohesive menu.
It’s a favorite for family outings, first dates, a workers’ social gathering – in fact, a perfect venue for anyone wanting a meal out in attractive surroundings.
Mona’s Nazarene tasting tour has five stops, each more decadent than the one before.
Delicacies can be separated into two categories: sweet and savory.
Monkey bread is a yeasted cake with origins in the Hungarian Jewish community that came to the United States.
As Israel started opening up, we headed up North to see what we could find. With such beautiful landscapes, why bother going abroad?!
Twelve years ago, the Montefiore Hotel became the first boutique hotel in the city that doesn’t sleep. The past year saw it struggling to survive but now the hotel and its iconic restaurant are back.