Beginning last month, I shared a roundup of interesting articles from around the web about things happening in New York City or affecting our city. From new Restaurants to Real Estate, there are some quite interesting topics. This new series New York City from around the web is a way to share newsworthy things you may want to know. It is the perfect weekend companion.
So here are 12 things about New York City from around the web.
Trying new Restaurants is always an exciting adventure for me — I am intrigued by the food, the way it makes me feel afterward, what inspired the menu, how the Chef became interested in creating a specific cuisine, and so much more.
Today I am sharing an article about Michelin Star Restaurant Clover Hill in Brooklyn Heights. The article interested me because of Executive Chef Charlie Mitchell’s take on how NYC expanded his culinary worldview. In addition, the Executive Chef and the sous chef are both Black men, a rarity.
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New Korean Restaurant in Koreatown
Who does not like Korean food? In other Restaurant news, Eater shared new Korean Restaurants and other Restaurant openings in their weekly roundup. So check it out — new Restaurants are exciting, right?
Have you wondered what the BQE long-awaited design could look like? I know I have. Patch shares photos.
Will the Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate Markets heat up in the coming season?
Of course, knowing what’s happening on the Real Estate front is always excellent – The Real Deal predicts the Manhattan and Brooklyn markets.
A New Hotel in Brooklyn?
In other Real Estate news, Brooklyn is getting a new Hotel. Yes, look at Moxy’s first Brooklyn property – Moxy Williamsburg.
Meet Dr. Bobbi Peterson
As always, we support other women, and since this is the close of Women’s History Month, I am sharing about Brooklyn Dentice Dr. Bobbie Peterson of Aces Braces in Brownsville.
If you are on my text list, you received this notification about Dr. Bobbie’s dip in the Shark Tank with her beautifully designed toothbrush. The Brooklyn Paper, however, did an article about her appearance on The Shark Tank earlier this month – read the fabulous doctor.
I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Bobbie at Mo’s in February – she was such a darling. We all chatted like we knew each other forever.
Are you looking for a juicy book?
Read any good books lately? Here is a New York Times review of Jenny Jackson’s debut “Pineapple Street” – the book is set in Brooklyn Heights. I am currently reading the book, and it is exciting.
Something Borrowed, Something Blue
Brooklyn Heights Library now has Something Borrowed, Something Blue, a sculpture created by Brooklyn-based Artist Jean Shein to celebrate the Library’s 125th anniversary.
Opera singer Christian Mark Gibbs
Anything in the Arts is unique, so meet Award-winning opera singer Christian Mark Gubbs made his Broadway debut on March 9 at the Lincoln Center Theater. The Guyanese-heritage singer will perform in Lerner and Lowe’s “Camelot” revival on opening night, April 13.
Family time is essential. And now that Spring has Sprung, the New York Family has shared a Bucket list of 25 things for families for 2023.
Should New York City Tax online purchases?
And in other news, it looks like Amazon and other e-tailers be subjected to a tax on all online purchases.
Have a fabulous weekend, Dahlings, and Happy reading. Share in the comments links to any interesting articles you have read this month.