Tag: Charlie Lewis

On November 22, the modern hotspot backed by Robert de Niro launched in Buckhead on the lobby level of the 10,000-square-foot Nobu Hotel Atlanta. Nobu offers the signature seafood and sushi the restaurant has become known for, as well as select items unique to Atlanta. New items include grilled baby gem salad with tofu hummus […]

Journey, which had a soft opening this week at its Madison Square Park location at 27 West 24th Street, is a celebration of travel and the connections we make with people on our…well, journeys.  Opening today, the 50-seat, ticketed experience Journey Odyssey creates a multisensory dinner experience at tables for two and four. Each dish […]

New York City Restaurant Week comes but twice a year, and reservations for the winter, 2023 edition are open now. With so many sensational new restaurants, romantic spots and NYC classics, and so little time to taste them all, it can be hard to narrow the field. These are the best things to order at the best places to visit during NYC […]

Atlanta Magazine’s, best of Atlanta picks for things to do—here’s where you can play outside, take in art, nerd out, listen to music, roller skate, and more. To read more, click here!

A few times each year, in advance of its main event Bib Gourmand and star announcements, the Michelin Guide incorporates additions to its New York guide. Its first notables of 2033 were revealed on January 11.  Highlights among the new spots to watch include Le Rock, one of Time Out New York’s best new restaurants of 2022, Kru, […]

This year, the BeltLine takes center stage once again, with restaurants and bars popping up along the Eastside Trail, as well as in the West End. Popular chefs and restaurateurs like Ford Fry, Linton Hopkins, Tal Baum, and Ron Hsu are back, bringing their creative fare to new locations, while newcomers such as Anthony Spina, […]

Some might assume that sky-high imbibing is a spring and summertime affair, but it’s always rooftop season in NYC. Even during rain, wind and lower temperatures, we simply swap the sunshine and frozen drinks for fireplaces and hot cocktails while still soaking up the skyline view. So grab a sweater and set your sights on the stars at the best cooler weather rooftops in NYC this winter.   To read […]

Although we’re always delighted to revisit those erstwhile favorites, everyone knows that sometimes only something shiny and new will do. This perpetually updated list by TimeOut New York includes the best new restaurants that have opened over the past six months. This edition contains terrific fried chicken, a neighborhood chophouse, and French and Cantonese-American destinations. To find […]

There is something for everyone on this, Atlanta magazine’s list of the city’s best restaurants, which begins with hearty Venezuelan arepas, ends with the vividly spiced Hyderabadi fare on the menu at Zyka, and ranges in between from reservations-required prix fixe to classic Southern barbecue to swanky date-night wine bars. To read more, click here!

We have a prediction: this will be the winter of piano bars—and we’re not upset about it. After all, what’s more comforting than cozying up indoors with a top-notch cocktail in hand while swaying to the rhythm of a perfectly played piano tune? That’s the exact sort of feeling that TAO Group Hospitality hopes to […]