Over the last few months, we’ve learned about Growlers Beer Bistro, a local pub in Tuckahoe, NY. We’ve featured a few of their events, including the Feast of the Seven Dogfishes, on our blog. After attending yoga one Sunday morning, we decided to treat ourselves for a late brunch and check out the space for … More Tap Time
If you read about our visits to Candle 79 and Recologie, you know that from time to time, we like to treat ourselves to vegan food. When visiting New Rochelle, one of our go-to spots for vegan food is Jolo’s Kitchen. On a recent trip, we enjoyed a big portion ($12 for a choice of 4 items) and … More Vegan Fare at Jolo’s
If you live in Westchester or the Bronx, you might know that McLean Ave. in Yonkers is a popular spot for a night out with food and drinks. With Irish pubs and restaurants aplenty, one can only imagine what it means to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on McLean. Last week, we went to Rory Dolan’s, … More St. Patrick’s Day on McLean Ave.
From time to time, we enjoy reading Westchester Magazine to learn about new places to eat in the area. An article written by food writer Leslie Anne-Brill highlighted Fantasy Cuisine in Hartsdale. According to Leslie, if you can’t make it to Chinatown for Joe’s Shanghai’s famous soup dumplings, you can satisfy your appetite right in Westchester. … More Food & Family
Last weekend we decided to run the NYCRUNS Hot Chocolate 5K at Riverside Park with a few friends. We ran the same race back in February and figured it would be a fun way to work off some of the turkey and sides we indulged in over Thanksgiving. Prior to the race, we were a … More From 5K to Indian Road
With so many places to eat and so little time, we always enjoy learning about new places to try delicious food. We were recently introduced to Cedar Street in Dobbs Ferry by fellow blogger and friend Katie Schlientz, aka IntoxiKate, for a tasting of the new fall menu. On a chilly night, we were happy to … More Dinner in Dobbs
A few weeks ago, we focused our energy on fitness and food. We started the day with the Tour de Yonkers, a 28 mile bike ride throughout the city. Even though we’re residents of Yonkers, the ride gave us a chance to experience areas that we haven’t previously seen. In addition to camaraderie between riders, … More Bikes and Bites
When we went to Savannah a few weeks ago, we had a very early Friday morning flight which convinced us to spend the night at a friend’s place in NYC to make traveling to the airport a bit easier. With a free night in Hells Kitchen, we knew Thai was in order for dinner. After … More Twice the Thai