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Roxy Paine on the Roof: Maelstrom, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

For years the Upper West Side was something of a culinary wasteland, much to the dismay of the families and young singles who were flocking to the ever-growing number of luxury buildings in the area. That’s all changed, thanks to recent openings of the likes of Salumeria Rosi, a handsome, happening place specializing in Italian… Continue Reading Salumeria Rosi
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Posted in NYC Dining, Top Picks, Westside

Reason #316 to love New York? Our gallery shows can be the envy of other city’s big museum exhibitions. Witness the massive, stunning Picasso: Mosqueteros, currently drawing critical raves and big crowds to the elegant Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea. Featuring nearly 100 works–including 50 paintings–created from around 1962 to 1972, this spectacular show puts to… Continue Reading Pablo Picasso: Mosqueteros at Gagosian Gallery
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Sfoglia is that rare restaurant whose cozy, casual atmosphere and gentle pricing seem to indicate “neighborhood spot”, but whose food is so spectacularly good that it also functions as a destination for all of New York City. Thus the only problem with this Trattoria everybody loves: since it’s always booked six week out, it can… Continue Reading Sfoglia
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Posted in NYC Dining, Other Neighborhoods