REVIEWS & ARTICLES

Categories
Casa La Femme. Courtesy CasaLaFemme.com
New York Restaurant Reviews
Sora Vernikoff

Egyptian Dining at Casa La Femme

NEW YORK – Egyptian Dining at Casa La Femme boasts a menu fit for any vegan, vegetarian, halal, health conscious or uninhibited diet – and don’t forget the marvelous belly dancer!

An interior view of Chumley's NYC. (photo from ChumleysNewYork.com)
New York Restaurant Reviews
Sora Vernikoff

Chumley’s NYC

Chumley’s NYC was a prohibition restaurant and speakeasy near The Cherry Lane Theatre in Manhattan’s West Village frequented by illustrious writers like Ernest Hemingway.

Cotenna Restaurant and Wine Bar. Photo from Cotenna.com
New York Restaurant Reviews
Sora Vernikoff

Cotenna Italian Restaurant

Cotenna is known for some of the finest Italian dishes in town and renowned for its burrata and pasta. They boast a long list of wines as well as a variety of cocktails. While some wines are costly, their food choices are delightfully affordable. The decor is simple while matching the restaurant’s innate elegance on a small scale.

Jade Anouka in her solo performance of Heart. Photo credit Trevon James
Off Broadway
Victoria L. Dammer

Heart at Minetta Lane

London-based performer Jade Anouka presents at her New York City theater debut an intimate exposé of her journey to find her true heart.

Musical Theater
Edward A Kliszus

Oratorio for Living Things

The Oratorio for Living Things is a miraculous, thought-provoking celebration of hope, life, and the human spirit, ravishingly expressed through a brilliant fusion of music and theater.

A Scene from Now Serving. Courtesy Collapsable Hole
Off Broadway
Edward A Kliszus

Now Serving: A Guide to Aesthetic Etiquette

It was a dark, bone-chilling, windy night in the West Village to see Now Serving: A Guide to Aesthetic Etiquette in Four Courses. Entering with apprehension into this intimate, warm, carefully choreographed enclave from the world of misogyny, I was met with smiling, gentle greetings enveloped in aural musical reminders from the 1940s and ’50s. From greeters to booth operators and ushers dressed in fanciful costumes I got a token, a prize, and a choice of refreshment from three options – beer, mints, or popcorn. One could not help but smile.

Egyptian Dining at Casa La Femme

PLEASE COMMENT & SIGN UP

More to Explore..

Buy Tickets to any Event, Show, or Game at Event Tickets Center TicketLiquidator Ticketclub.com