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Sora Vernikoff

Sora Vernikoff

Insightful author, journalist, blogger, world traveler, and Best-Selling and Award-Winning Author of Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want! found at A No-Diet, Weight-Loss Program at www.nodieting.net or Amazon. She has taught hundreds of unhappy dieters to use her eat and stop yourself weight-loss program to lose weight and find peace with food. Sora Vernikoff holds two Master’s Degrees, the first in Teaching and the second in English as a Second Language. She taught in the New York City Public School System in East New York, Brooklyn for 30 years and has traveled the globe. For many years she was also the New York City Charity writer for Examiner.com. An avid blogger, her own www.anewyorkerspointofview.com shares all things fun and entertaining in New York City while posting her interesting trips under the blog’s Travel tab. She is currently immersed in writing her next book, which teaches a Positivity Program letting you immediately zap negative or self-doubting thoughts in one session with but one question.

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Saltbae Burger Main Entrance. NY NY. Photo credit: Sora Vernikoff
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Saltbae Burger

Saltbae’s New York Burger consists of six ounces of tender Wagyu beef with lettuce, tomato, and onions. I opted out of the Pepper Jack cheese. With the burger came fabulous French fries. The quality of the beef, fries, and their respective seasonings were over the top delicious. I plan to return soon and sample other burger options. If you’re in the Gramercy Park area and crave a simple but delicious classic meal, you’ll want to try Saltbae.

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The Russian Tea Room, NYC. Photo credit: Sora Vernikoiff
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The Russian Tea Room

The Russian Tea Room continues as a second home for the famous and literati and is an exclusive meeting place by Carnegie Hall.

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The Cutting Room banner. Photo credit: Sora Vernikoff
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Boozy Brunch at the Cutting Room

Mark and Mathew know thousands of tunes and what’s performed works starts with requests paid for via Venmo. If someone in the audience doesn’t like the song they’re playing, they can outbid that song. whereas Mark and Mathew stop immediately and play the new request. If no one sends a paid request, Mark and Mathew play the Baby Shark Song until the audience is numb and desperate for something new.

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Entrance to Kurant Wine Bar. Photo credit: Sora Vernikoff
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Kurant Wine Bar

I raved about Amy Babic’s Copinette, a restaurant renowned for its amazing American cuisine with French influence. It was time to try her second restaurant Kurant Wine Bar located at 1091 2nd Avenue between 57th and 58th Street in Manhattan.

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Entrance to the Regency Bar and Grill, NY NY. Photo credit: Sora Vernikoff
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The Regency Bar and Grill

If you’re midtown and near Park Avenue, and especially during lunchtime check it out. You might see a famous athlete, television or movie star. One never knows who they will see in The Big Apple or at The Regency Bar and Grill. PS. I saw Ramona Singer from The Real Housewives of New York City. It was a fun sighting!

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Copinette French Restaurant NYC. Photo credit: Sora Vernikoff
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Copinette French Restaurant

I had a delightful dining experience at Copinette located at 891 1st Avenue between 50th and 51st Street.

Some time ago I met the owner (who has since passed) at a private club called Club A and dated him. When he owned the restaurant it was named Copain, which means “boyfriend” in French. Who knew!

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La Grande Boucherie

La Grande Boucherie is a restaurant de l’amour. It is a beautiful, relaxing, and delightful respite from the city’s hustle and bustle.

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Nellie’s Cafe in the Catskills

Between the approach of the Ides of March and St. Patrick’s Day, it seemed the perfect time to leave town. I signed up for a one-day bus trip to Nellie’s for an Irish Café country experience and an early St. Patrick’s day celebration.

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