New York’s Caviar Russe Adds A Swank Café On Madison Avenue

New York’s Caviar Russe Adds A Swank Café On Madison Avenue

Caviar Russe’s elegant second-floor restaurant now has a casual cafe and lunge on Madison Avenue. Photography by Food Story Media Ltd. For a quarter century now Caviar Russe has been snugly perched above Madison Avenue with little fanfare but a very faithful international clientele. It opened in 1997 when the tasting menu was $75 and … Read more

Artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet Turned New York’s 5th Avenue into an Immersive, Floral Sketchbook

Artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet Turned New York’s 5th Avenue into an Immersive, Floral Sketchbook

One morning earlier this month, French artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet smiled wide as he strolled down New York’s 5th Avenue, right through his latest work. “It’s really emotional to see all these beautiful people taking pictures and enjoying it,” he said. “You don’t know what to expect when you start this kind of project. It’s … Read more

Michelin Guide Adds 21 New Restaurants To New York City Recommendations

Michelin Guide Adds 21 New Restaurants To New York City Recommendations

Ci Siamo Giada Paoloni/Ci Siamo If you look to the Michelin guide to make your to-dine lists, your reservation aspirations just got much longer. Today, the Michelin guide added 21 new restaurants to its New York City recommendation sections. These recently opened spots were selected to encourage local diners to enjoy these local highlights before … Read more

4 out of 5 New York City employers anticipate post-COVID hybrid work model, survey finds

4 out of 5 New York City employers anticipate post-COVID hybrid work model, survey finds

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — Nearly 80% of New York City employers anticipate a hybrid work model moving forward, according to a survey conducted by the Partnership for New York City. Roughly 38% of Manhattan office workers are already back on an average weekday, though only 8% are in the office five days a week, … Read more

NY Court Halts Family DNA Searches for Crime Suspects – NBC New York

NY Court Halts Family DNA Searches for Crime Suspects – NBC New York

A New York court halted the use of a DNA crimefighting tool that has helped crack cold cases and put murderers behind bars, but has also raised privacy and racial discrimination concerns, because state lawmakers never approved the practice. Known as familial DNA searching, the technique allows law enforcement agencies to search the state’s DNA … Read more