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San Francisco: 4 Vegan Places to Try, Part I

San Francisco: 4 Vegan Places to Try, Part I

I was initially surprised by how disproportionately vegan restaurants were concentrated in the Bay Area. While I expected the city to be densely-packed with plant-based eateries, I found most of the well-known vegan restaurants were in East Bay...
CoffeeCON Plans to Perk Up New York

CoffeeCON Plans to Perk Up New York

Alright New Yorkers, look alive! CoffeeCon is headed to the concrete jungle next Saturday, March 7, 2015. And let’s be real—the timing couldn’t be more ideal. This city is more than ready for a little—shall we say—perk-me-up after a particularly grueling month of...
NYC: 5 Vegetarian Things to Brunch at Galli

NYC: 5 Vegetarian Things to Brunch at Galli

If there’s one thing that New Yorkers know how to do right, it’s eat a freakin’ awesome brunch. Oh, how we live for the perfectly wonderful, lazy weekends, when even the hustle ‘n’ bustle of the Big Apple slows down long enough to have a refreshing...
NYC: 5 Things to Try at Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen

NYC: 5 Things to Try at Cooper’s Craft & Kitchen

On a blisteringly cold Friday night in New York City, you have two choices: 1.) Begrudgingly get dressed and meet up your boyfriend/girlfriend/some friend for the usual drinks and grub like you’ve done for the last 10 years (has it been that long since college?) or...
What to Do in Atlantic City Part II

What to Do in Atlantic City Part II

After an incredibly first night during the #DoAC Fall Getaway last weekend, there was nothing more that I wanted to do but get some zzz’s! While Atlantic City has a host of fun nightlife options, all that good eating and laughing really wore me out. And after a great...
What to Do in Atlantic City Part I

What to Do in Atlantic City Part I

Only having been to Atlantic City once, I was sadly under the impression that the city was little more than a bunch of casinos, clubs, and a beaten up post-Sandy economy. Unbeknownst to me was that Atlantic City is much, much more. A lovely city full of lively people,...
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