The NYC Village Halloween Parade returned this year and it was obvious that New Yorkers really did miss the city’s annual tradition. Guided by the themes “Let’s Play” & “All Together Now!”, costumes ranged from pop-influenced to political, and everything in-between. Check out our recap of the night & photo gallery.
NYC’s LGBTQIA+ community gathered to bring entertainment, street vendors, and booty-shakin’ music to the 2021 Pride Festival.
Sun, June 27th 2021, the LGBTQIA community and their allies partied in the streets of NYC in the first major public celebration since the pandemic hit.
Gina of Mermaid Eats says “the weather is getting beautiful and all I wanna do is eat outside”. We couldn’t agree more! Like a proper mermaid, she stopped by Cornetta’s Restaurant & Marina in PIermont, NY for fresh food by the water
Spring has Sprung and for her first Sunday Brunch of the year, Gina hit a local Brooklyn spot known for fresh seafood, a water view, & a super chill atmosphere.
Putting 2020 behind us, we’re slowly and cautiously venturing out of our tiny New York apartments and into the world. Like a noble creature of the night, we descended upon NOLA as the first location. To our dark delight, Gina discovered a fledgling haunt— The New Orleans Vampire Café. Read the review along with a few other favorite Sinful Snacks recommendations.
There are a lot of self-love Valentine’s Day guides out there, but we at SDNYC agree the best way to pamper ourselves is w/ CHOCOLATE. Try grabbing sweets from ur nearest Martha’s Country Bakery. They have 3 locations in Qns & 2 in Bklyn + delivery.
Give it to B-movie maverick, Roger Corman to know when to exploit a global pandemic. The 4k restoration of The Masque of the Red Death released this week is beautiful, if that’s the word to describe a film bathed in blood. In COVID-lockdown, the time was ripe for this horror classic to infect a new generation.