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Tips of the Week on New York City

Fernanda

We love Beco, a super cool, low-key Brazilian spot in Williamsburg. The team is great: Henrique, Ale, Anita, Luiz... It’s a small place, but they have an outdoor area, with Brazilian & Latin tunes. For brunch try the Eggs Florentine. Also the famous Rabanada: French toast w/baguette, cinnamon & sugar, mixed berries, & maple syrup, served w/choice of bacon, linguiça or turkey bacon. Cash only!

Fernanda

Luca and Georgia founded the Epistrophy in 2005 – a restaurant with Sardinian-inspired recipes. I love the Quinoa Salad with kale, beet, squash, chickpea, avocado and radish; the Avocado Toast; Vegan pasta with vegetables and a banana muffin with fruits. The coolest thing: every 1st Sunday, Luca himself plays Jazz for his guests! How cool is it to have the owner himself play music for you!?

Fernanda

Cherry Lane Theatre was founded in 1924 and is known as the longest continuously Off-Broadway theatre in New York City! It's located in the super trendy neighborhood called Greenwich Village, in Manhattan. The space is today the home – and “lab”, as they explain – of new American works. They also continue hosting amazing ground-breaking productions. Have fun! Photo: Brian Dubé

Fernanda

The new hotspot in New York City is called Kola House! With American dishes and great artisanal cocktails, they recently launched in the Meatpacking District. The house also organizes great events related to Art, Fashion and Music, and that is the best part of it all! The parties are always the must-go in the city, so check their website for more information.