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The best hotels in Las Vegas for a 2022 getaway

From the colossus Caesars Palace, the grandaddy of The Strip, New York, New York with its giant rollercoaster, and The Venetian, which brings the Grand Canals of Venice to the desert, complete with gondolas – Las Vegas is the most fun city in the US and should be experienced at least once in a lifetime.
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Philly Restaurant is Expanding into Rockland

After the success of their first two restaurants in Philadelphia, Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse is set to open their latest location at Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack. The new restaurant marks the beginning of their expansion across the US. The restaurant offers authentic Brazilian cuisine, with a “focus on the...
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The Shop restaurant is coming to Chatham Plaza in Chatham

The Shop, a locally-owned Italian restaurant and pizzeria, is coming to Chatham Plaza on Main Street in Chatham, according to an announcement from North Plainfield-based Levin Management Corp. LMC serves as exclusive leasing and managing agent for the 31,500-square-foot retail center. Kendal Hand-Freda, LMC leasing representative, arranged the 2,300-square-foot, long-term...
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New Restaurant Concept from Hook & Reel Opening in Jersey City

A national seafood chain that just celebrated a milestone will be launching a smaller-scale iteration of their brand next year with an outpost along Garfield Avenue. Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood and Bar has announced an agreement to bring a new 2,000-square-foot endeavor to Jersey City’s Twin City Shopping Center. Located at the intersection of Garfield Avenue/Broadway and 53rd Street, the company will be opening Snap Back by Hook & Reel at the property sometime next year.

Shop Vogue’s Virtual Holiday Windows to Find Delightful Gifts for All

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. The holiday season is in full swing! That means bustling city blocks and quiet neighborhoods alike have officially dressed up for the occasion, decked out in cheer-inducing lights, ornaments, garlands, and wreaths. In New York City, iconic retail institutions along 5th Avenue and 57th Street have also readied themselves with sparkling storefront displays. And over here at The Get, Vogue’s shopping destination, we also wanted to get into the holiday spirit, but we had to get creative to do so. The result? Our first-ever virtual holiday window display.
The New Yorker

Jonathan Waxman’s Barbuto Lives On

With the original Barbuto, Jonathan Waxman nailed the formula for a great neighborhood restaurant: cool location, lack of pretension, seasonal pastas, killer chicken. It opened in 2004, pre-meatpacking-district mania, on a quiet West Village corner below the photographer Fabrizio Ferri’s Industria studio—it didn’t hurt that models and celebrities might drop in after sessions—with garage doors that rolled up in clement weather and a chef’s table in the tiny kitchen, open for all to see. What they saw was calm, genial Waxman himself, doing his thing at a double-decker oven created by the master oven-builder Nobile Attie, making the traditional cuisine of the Italian Riviera feel fresh.

Get a Burger King Whopper for 37 Cents

The Whopper is turning 64, and to celebrate the anniversary, Burger King is turning prices back to the original 37 cents. However, before making an order, customers need to be a member of the new Burger King Royal Perks loyalty program to redeem the birthday present price. Account registration is...

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky Go on a Shopping Day Date in Luxury Athleisure

Leave it to Rihanna and A$AP Rocky to pull out all the stops coordinating their outfits for a trip to NYC's Soho neighborhood. The couple visited Celine and Blue in Green for some shopping, and looked every bit the stylish duo that they are. Just days after wearing emerging celebrity designer Maximilian in Barbados, Rihanna wore a whole slew of designers yet again.
The New Yorker

How to Train for Your First Flight in Two Years

Make plans with a friend six months in advance. As you sit in the restaurant waiting to order, have her delay the plans by an hour, then eleven hours, before postponing them indefinitely. Empty the contents of your purse and hold them as you also remove your shoes. In a...

Supporting A Local Eatery This Holiday Season: Rincon De Mi Quisqueya in West New York

Like many, this past Thanksgiving week had me living in my stretchy pants. Holiday meals are a time to enjoy, indulge, and connect. Now more than ever families and friends are coming together to celebrate the holidays, not taking any time for granted after these past 20 months. As local restaurants and eateries have reopened to fuller capacities and to do my part, I’ve made it a point to come back to “Hollyhood” and visit my family more frequently. When we’re in the mood for Dominican dishes, you can find us in Rincon de Mi Quisqueya, a cafeteria that translates to “the corner of the motherland.” Here, Doña Maria is ardently at work in the kitchen frying up plantains, cheeses, and salami. In her famous black hairnet, she sings Christian songs and greets each of her customers by name or other terms of endearment like flaco or reina.

Our Editor’s Guide to a Weekend in NYC

Where to Stay, Where to Eat and What to Do in The Big Apple. New York City, there’s no place quite like you. From the energy you feel walking down the street to the endless amount of iconic restaurants, spending a weekend in the city may feel like a daunting task because there’s so much to explore. Even just a few days in the Big Apple, however, is well worth it. It really is the city that never sleeps, and why would you want to? Locals Guide to NYC.

See How Kevin Sharkey Decorates His New York City Apartment—Using Metallics and Subtle Shimmer—for Christmas

Come December, Kevin Sharkey, our executive vice president and executive design director, decorates his modernist Manhattan apartment with displays that sparkle and shine to the nines. He shares his exuberant vision—and a few of his top styling and entertaining secrets, too. Every year, Kevin Sharkey devotes pretty much an entire...

Inside a Historic Brooklyn Penthouse That Took Years to Remodel

In downtown Brooklyn, a 37-story luxury condominium tower houses 179 sprawling apartments under its gilded copper dome. But few of the units offer a better story of architectural perseverance than the penthouse residence designed by Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects, a Manhattan-based design practice led by principals Stephan Jaklitsch and Mark Gardner. The...

Blo Blow Dry Bar to open in Morristown

Blo Blow Dry Bar will open a new location at 89D Morris St., in Morristown on Dec. 10. The Morristown location is owned and operated by Alichia Pourreza, a longtime resident of the Morristown area who for 25 years was part owner in her family’s manufacturing company. “I loved working...