Now you can get your flat white fix on Charles Street and 7th Avenue. Open daily from 7am-7pm, you’ll get a taste of local coffee culture, topical classes and scenic workspace.
Delicious and well-priced, the South African-Israeli fusion menu pops up for breakfast, lunch and dinner on the west side. They have a hungry following, but drop in during the week without a long wait when they’re open til midnight.
Finally making its way to Manhattan after delighting just about everyone and their mother in BK, Pies ‘n’ Thighs has opened shop on Canal Street. Serving southern-styled soul food and breakfast daily, there’s plenty to choose from at the new location including their award-winning doughnuts and signature pies.
After a rent hike in the East Village, the Bourgeois Pig has moved over to Greenwich Village with their fondue, wine and vampy ambiance. This one’s a cozy date spot that won’t break the bank.
In town this weekend? Taste your way through some cheesy grilled deliciousness at The Big Cheesy, $30, at Open House Gallery in Nolita.