Last summer, I was getting the urge to travel. But, after looking at my bank account, I realized it would be a while before I could make this dream a reality. In desperation, I decided to look into affordable trips I could do in Spring 2018. This way, I could book the tickets immediately and then I had a trip I could not only begin to save for, but also look forward to.
About one week ago, when NYC got a quick taste of Spring, I was feeling the urge to treat myself to a tasty dinner. But, as someone who is currently trying to save money, I decided that if I was going to splurge, I wanted it to be worth the cash. When I decide to drop a large sum of money on food, I want it to be special. Not special because they have x amount of stars or rave reviews, but special because the food is exceptional; like something I have never tasted before. I want the meal to be innovative and experiential. Dinner should be an experience, shouldn’t it?
As an avid reader and a lover of books, I have long been looking for events in NYC related to these interests. I am excited to share, that I have finally found one that I love.
Flinders Lane is a chic Australian restaurant that is perfect for a foodie on a budget. A chic ambience and a unique menu, this is a restaurant for someone who loves to eat creative dishes. It’s especially perfect for people who are looking to go out for a nice meal, but aren’t looking to break the bank.
While the East Village and West Village get most of the attention from NYC foods, China Town should not be forgotten. Hidden away in the narrow, busy streets are a selection of tasty restaurants that are sure to surprise your tastebuds. These eateries are not the Chinese-American restaurants that you’re used to—even though some of them do offer dishes you will recognize. Instead, they serve a more authentic cuisine that is perfect for someone who is looking for something better than the Chinese restaurant down the block.
Receiving a Met membership for christmas this year, gave me the perfect excuse to finally sit down and explore all that the museum has to offer. The best thing I learned? On every Friday and Saturday, there is live music and special events that you can enjoy until 9PM.
While you have been waiting in line for brunch at the notorious spots, you’ve been missing out on this tasty joint with an affordable menu: The Wayland.