Most people have dreamed at some point about walking out on their jobs and following their passion. Liz Fife had the first part down. But after quitting her job as an investment banker, starting a whoopie pie business at just 25 years old with virtually no baking experience wasn’t exactly an expected outcome.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a free macaron. On Sunday, March 20, the first day of Spring, New York gets its Parisian on for Macaron Day NYC 2016.
If there’s one coal-fire way to enjoy a sit down meal while saving some dough in New York, pizza is the way to go.
New York has an overwhelming amount of good pizza. That’s So Manhattan narrows it down to some of the best spots in the city to grab a slice.
A lawyer walks into a bar, and instead of being the start of a good joke, it turns out to be the start of a great doughnut shop.
New Yorkers feel a lot of pressure to help New York live up to the moniker of the city that never sleeps, so coffee is a necessary antidote. But the overwhelming amount of coffee choices can make the caffeine scene more confusing to navigate than the streets in the West Village.
Forget the club scene. The bagel scene is what really matters in life, and no other city rivals New York when it comes to this delicacy. But with great bagels comes great responsibility.
For classic, fluffy doughnuts that give you an excuse to consume copious amounts of sugar for breakfast, go with Dough. For more flavor variety and the option for cake-based doughnuts that will give you sensory overload, go with Doughnut Plant.