Seamlessweb, Menupages, Grubhub... seems the options to order food through your computer or smartphone are plentiful in New York. Apparently there is room for one more! Enter the newest restaurant ordering and delivery website: FoodToEat.com. Last week, the venture celebrated their launch party at west side hotspot STASH.
STASH was packed to the gills with friends and family out to support the 25-year-old creator of FoodToEat.com, Sharma Kapur. Kapur treated guests to music, an open bar, and delicious appetizers. Also in attendance was the charity organization Action Against Hunger, who partnered with Sharma to not only celebrate but help a worthy cause.
There's definitely a theme this Holiday 2011 and that is mixing tradition with modern to create exciting nouveau flavors, atmospheres, and ideas. Why not indulge in something you've never experienced before? Here's our guide to NYC's latest new spots. Cheers!
In a city that has it all --class, culture, excitement, innovation, it’s always refreshing when a spot like Greenwich Village Country Club opens its doors. Nestled above its brother bowling alley, Bowlmor Lanes, this mega-entertainment center is newly opened and catered to all the fun you desire. While satisfying your nostalgic love for mini-golf, shuffleboard, and David Burke’s classic Bowlmor Bob Slider, and your effort to create memories with friends, beaus, and fam. We love the kitchen interior (think blue diamond sock print accenting the walls, green golf themed lights atop the bar and did we mention it turns into a bopping GVillage lounge at night?) But if you’re a bier connoisseur and don’t feel like paying a whopping $7 for a PBR go to a recession-friendly sports bar to pregame with some $1 PBR specials like Johnson's on Rivington or Cherry Tavern in Chelsea. All in all though, with everything from service, food, to fun, the Greenwich Village Country Club has you covered.