What’s up New York,
Happy Friday, today will be sunny with clear skies! ☀️
Where can you go to see fall foliage near the city? 🍂🍁
Check out this new guide to outdoor drinking through illustrations. 🍻🌳
The MOMA has reopened, treating visitors to quiet spaces without crowding. 🎟🎨
These are 10 must-sees art installations debuting in September. 🏙🗽
Francesca Chaney shines a light on restaurant culture and where things can improve. 🗣🥘
How can NYC recover from the indoor dining obstacle? 📈🎙
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September brings new yorkers closer to normal with gym, art gallery, and other services reopening. You can now treat yourself to any one of these colorful and thought-provoking art installations this month.
If you find just one of the ten installations fruitful, you can take on the month inspired and renewed. Read More.
Francesca Chaney spent some time discussing the food industry in NYC with Eater.
As the owner of Sol Sips, Chaney has gathered first-hand knowledge of restaurant culture and where things can improve.
Through the cultivation of mindful workplaces, Chaney hopes it could strengthen the quality of food, community services, dietary inclusions, and so on. Read More.
Restaurant, pub, cafe, bakery, and food truck owners have tried to piece together their finances in the wake of COVID. Due to stiff regulations from Cuomo, many of the places trying to provide outdoor dining to guests have been shut down or had liquor licenses revoked.
Now, the question left is how will NYC’s restaurant industry move forward? Read More.