Looking to finalize your Super Bowl Sunday plans this weekend? We’ve scoured the city for the best viewing parties for friends and fans to watch the big game.
The James Hotel is elevating your Super Bowl plans with a viewing party from their rooftop bar, The Jimmy. Enjoy breathtaking views, audible play-by-play commentary and sophisticated cocktails.
Whiskey Park is hosting a 5 Borough themed tailgate on Sunday with 6-foot subs from the best sandwich shops around NYC. Expect representation from Manhattan’s Faccio’s, Brooklyn’s Zito’s Sandwich Shoppe, Staten Island’s Goodfellas, Bronx’s Tino’s Deli and Catering and Queens’ Brothers. Wash it all down with football-themed beverages like the Pigskin concocted with bacon-infused bourbon, maple syrup and orange bitters.
Chef David Craine is preparing a Super Bowl spread with exclusive off-menu items at BLT Bar & Grill this Sunday including deviled-egg croquettes, Serrano-pepper poppers with smoked gouda and chorizo, skirt-steak sliders and more.
Warren 77 one of our favorite TriBeCa sporting haunts is offering patrons the ultimate package for large groups that includes: a reserved booth, unlimited bar snacks and beverages, rounds to celebrate every team touchdown and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot to those rooting for the winning team.
Houston Hall is serving up extra large steins of Greenpoint Beer Works brews, wing specials and burgers to complement their big screens in the West Village. Make sure you arrive early to grab a communal table for your group.
Midtown West’s Empire Steak House is debuting a 20 oz. filet mignon for the big game, come hungry.
Opposites attract in Michael White’s latest culinary adventure at All’onda. The newly-opened and highly anticipated restaurant serves up Venetian dishes with an unconventional fusion of Japanese flavors making for an intriguing meal.
Manned by restauranteur Chris Cannon, Michael White’s former business partner, and Chef Chris Jaeckle, White’s former apprentice, All’onda is essentially an extension of the master chef.
Culinary mastermind Jaeckle, makes this eccentric combination a Manhattan gem. He masterfully edits Venetian noodle and seafood dishes to include Japanese flair.
Sweet-and-sour Sardines are arranged Japanese style on a plank with a touch of miso on the razor clams. He even added monkfish to the classic Venetian liver dish. There’s nothing Jaeckle can’t do.
And for dessert? Gelato in flavors like ricotta and soy. Take a seat at the white marble bar and sip on a Venetian-inspired cocktail, look out the floor-to-ceiling windows, and give thanks to Venice for these incredibly talented chefs.
All’onda, 22 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003, (212) 231-2236
Looking for dinner plans this weekend? Secure your reservations at Betony for a top-notch dining experience. Manned by vets from Eleven Madison Park, this midtown gem is taking the dining scene by storm.
Sultry lighting, antique mirrors and magnificent main bar set the tone for sensational dishes from Bryce Shuman’s masterfully run kitchen. Try the delicate pieces of kale atop unctuous warm foie gras and what is perhaps the most tender slice of roasted chicken to ever grace the table.
The service is excellent, the beverage program outstanding and the experience, worth repeating over and over again. Pete Wells already gave his seal of approval, as have the dining masses, hankering for just one more bite of the lavender and lemon infused rice pudding—it’s divinity on a plate.
Betony, 41 W 57th St., New York, NY 10019, (212) 465-2400.
TOWN Residential is a real estate firm that is committed to serving our Representatives with all the resources they need to excel. Melissa Van Damm, Managing Director of TOWN Financial District, played a key role in the foundation of the TOWN brand and creating a “culture of care” unique to our firm. Melissa has a deep passion for property and contributed to selling her first apartment as a 14-year-old teen. Watch the interview to learn more about Melissa’s deep-rooted experience in real estate.
TOWN Representatives are dedicated to rising above and beyond challenges to make the difference for their clients. Christian Benites, a native New Yorker and former flight test engineer, uses his entrepreneurial nature to exceed his clients’ expectations. Watch the interview to learn more about Christian’s passion for real estate.
With the holiday season upon us, we’ve rounded up sumptuous kitchens that will prove to be a chef’s dream all year round.
1) Originally built in 1856, 228 West Street, 2W boasts a warm kitchen, aesthetically designed with poured concrete countertops highlighting classic loft material features like: exposed brick, reclaimed wide-plank floors, and pine columns. Outfitted with stainless steel appliances, Wolf oven, Miele dishwasher, Subzero refrigerator and wine fridge, the master chef has all the materials to prepare a feast.
2) Located in the London Terrace Towers, 410 West 24th Street, 18BCE opens into a windowed kitchen with open dining area for seamless family entertaining.
3) This prewar home at 42-50 Wooster Street, 4NR has an exquisite, open granite kitchen with double ovens, Bosch dishwasher, Subzero fridge and wine refrigerator.
4) Prepare your feast in the luxuriously appointed kitchen at 152 Wooster, 2A. The designer renovated loft features kitchen counters made of Brazilian sodalite marble and a graphic marble mosaic floor.
5) Modern marries authenticity in this TriBeCa kitchen at 44 Laight Street, 2B. Sleek granite finishes compliment the industrial interior filled with cast iron columns, original wooden joists and exposed brick.
6) Cook with open views of Manhattan in 31 West 21st Street, 9LFR. This custom Chef’s kitchen is centrally located in the Flatiron loft’s floor plan offering an unobstructed northern cityscape of the Empire State Building.
TOWN Representatives are neighborhood experts who embody the spirit and energy of Manhattan. West Village Representative Filippa Edberg-Manuel, an expert on Manhattan’s West Side and Chelsea High Line, talks about her passion for the west side from iconic waterfront buildings to the deep, varied cultures within the neighborhood. You can learn more about Filippa’s unique background in design and real estate here.
We’ve scoured the city for the best seasonal treats to serve this year. From pies, to macaroons, to cakes, be sure to save room after the big feast for these decadent treats.
The sister duo at Four & Twenty Blackbirds added a pinch of salt to this traditional favorite to create their Salted Caramel Apple Pie.
Zucker Bakery is serving up Thanksgivukkah Donuts this year with a limited-series of flavor varieties: Cranberry Turkey, Turkey Gravy, Jelly and Sweet Potato.
Lady M Cake Boutique‘s Pumpkin Nuage is only available one season every year. This dessert is a combination of pumpkin pie and pumpkin cheesecake with the perfect touches of cinnamon, cream cheese and graham crackers.
The sweet geniuses at Momofuku Milk Bar turned blondies into an entire pie. This concoction features white chocolate brownies, Granny Smith apples and gingersnap crust for a new kind of apple pie.
This month, Dana’s Bakery is serving up a holiday menu of pecan pie, jelly doughnut and pumpkin pie macaroons.
The month of November marks the return of our favorite seasonal pastry, the Thanksgiving Croissant. While not a true dessert, this flaky cornucopia of flavor is a fourth-meal we support indulging in. Momofuku Milk Bar packs in white and dark meat turkey with cranberry sauce and gravy for a handy Thanksgiving meal regardless of the day.
TOWN Astor Place Representative Jimmy Johnson shares his most fulfilling client connection and describes his matchmaking approach to finding his clients the perfect home. Watch the video to learn more about Jimmy’s experience.
Deborah Sabec, Senior Vice President and Associate Broker at TOWN UES, has sold Manhattan real estate for eighteen years. Deborah has deep roots in Manhattan and is a long time co-op owner on the Upper East Side. This week, she’s sharing her favorite classic haunts and best-kept secrets of the neighborhood.
Start your evening with cocktails at TBar followed by dinner at Belle Blu, which is always crowded and loads of fun.
The Mark Hotel Bar first opened in the roaring ‘20s and has an unmistakable Upper East Side presence, with interior design by Jacques Grange has a French, chic ambiance. Sip on handcrafted cucumber martini in the recently redesigned space.
For live music, the iconic Carlyle is an elegant way to spend the evening. Woody Allen often plays clarinet Monday nights with Eddie Davis and his New Orleans Jazz Band.
The Met serves cocktails and light fare in the Great Hall Balcony Bar accompanied by live classical music every Fridays and Saturdays.