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I originally checked out Vapiano Restaurant because my brother told me about it. My first thought when I walked in the door and they handed me a card (what they call a chip card) was "college". You use the card to order all of your food, drinks, dessert, etc. That's exactly whatI did in my college cafeteria years, swipe everything I wanted. But, I was surprised at my overall experience. The food was amazing and I absolutely loved watching my food be cooked right in front of me. Awesome! I've been there 4 times within the last 4 months, so I guess you can say I'm a fan. I put together 2 list that I hope are helpful when you have your first Vapiano experience. Things to Do: 1. Find a table before ordering - the last thing you want to do is walk around with your food and no table to sit at. 2. Make your menu selection before you're in front of the chef/cook - you don't want to be the one that holds up the line behind you. 3. Ask the chef to add your favorites to the dish - a little garlic, red pepper or fresh pepper won't hurt. 4. Try different pasta - the pasta is made fresh and they have a great variety. You won't be disappointed. Don't: 1. Don't leave your table unattended - it's important to clam your territory, especially on a Friday or Saturday night. This restaurant gets crowded at night, so your group better leave a scarf, book or something to claim your table before everyone gets up to place their orders. 2. Don't take all of your friend's cards to the bar to order drinks - by the time you get to the bar you never remember which card belongs to each friend. The cards are identical. 3. Don't leave your food behind if you're full - they have the cutest to-go-dishes and they are perfect to re-use. Just ask the wait staff walking around for a to-go-box/dish. The only reason they don't get a perfect score from me is because I hate waiting in line and on Friday and Saturday nights you will wait just a bit. Other than that it's the perfect spot for girls night out or a date. Have fun and enjoy the food. It's Pasta Time at Vapiano's! Check out my sneak peak Video into my Vapiano experience: http://youtu.be/SBiG5g2TnXM
I originally checked out Vapiano because I heard about it from my brother. My first thought when I walked in the door and I was handed a card (what they call a chip card) was &quot;college&quot;. You use the card to order all of your food, drinks, dessert, etc. That's exactly what I did in my college cafeteria years, swipe everything I wanted. But, I was surprised at my overall experience. The food was amazing and I absolutely loved watching my food be cooked right in front of me. Awesome! I've been there 4 times already within the last 4 months, so I guess you can say I'm a fan. I put together 2 list that I hope are helpful when you have your first Vapiano experience. Things to Do: 1. Find a table before ordering - the last thing you want to do is walk around with your food and no table to sit at 2. Make your menu selection before you're in front of the chef - you don't want to be the one that holds up the line behind you 3. Ask the chef to add your favorites to the dish - a little garlic, red pepper, and fresh pepper won't hurt 4. Try different pasta - the pasta is made fresh so you won't be disappointed Don't: 1. Don't leave your table unattended - its important to claim your territory, especially on a Friday or Saturday night. This restaurant gets crowed at night, so your group better leave a scarf, book or something to claim your table before everyone gets up to place their orders. 2. Don't take all of your friend's cards to the bar to order drinks - by the time you get to the bar you never remember which card belongs to which friend. The cards are identical. 3. Don't leave all your food if you're full - they have the cutest to go dishes and they are perfect to reuse. Just ask the wait staff walking around for a to go box/dish. The only reason they don't get a perfect score from me is because I hate waiting in line and on a Friday or Saturday, you will have to wait just a bit. Other than that it's the perfect spot for girls night out or a date. Have fun and enjoy the food. It's Pasta Time at Vapiano's! Check out my sneek peak Video into my vapiano expereince: http://youtu.be/SBiG5g2TnXM
Fittingly, the decor inside Cloister matches what you would expect to see at a church. The pleasantly sacrilegious ambiance for smoking hookah and drinking fine wine adds to your inebriating experience. Cloister is a term ingrained in the Catholic church, if you're curious regarding it's meaning, check out Wikipedia. I'm here to preach, not to teach. The pride and joy of CC though is the outdoor garden. When the weather is warm and the vineyard has grape leaves draping over slivers of sunlight, you forget that you're still in New York. The ambiance is amazing and the patrons can be very pleasant, even striking up a conversation with your table. The pricing is often ridiculous, and sometimes when our lovely waitress brings us "shots on the house" I swear we've had them show up on our bill. This adds to the charm albeit stings the first two times you see the bill. It's very European how they handle their business, complete with real Russian waitresses! So yea, Catholic stain glass, Mediterranean garden, New American cuisine, Turkish Hookah and Russian staff. It's not ideal, in fact it's all over the place in terms of brand identity. Given that I'm a regular, they treat me a little better than a first timer (My real rating for this spot would be a 4 by the way, but I want to counterbalance the bad ratings) On a wintery night, I came here with a friend, we were both sick and we asked them to make us honey mulled wine, they did it. They charged us whatever they wanted because it's not a standard menu item, but the fact remains, they do care about their regulars. Like many places in NY, you have to know when to come and when to avoid this spot. Some tips if you want to have a good time: - Come during warmer weather and sit in the garden. - Start drinking here, continue at your club/lounge. Not the other way around. - Order a pitcher (or 2) of Sangria rather than drinks for groups smaller than 4 - Order Hookah with a mix, always keep one part leafy (Mint, Jasmine) with one part smooth (Vanilla, Apple, Coffee). - Practice self control when ordering shots. If you follow these steps, you'll have a good time
Julio A. Colon 32-25 93rd Apt. 3n East Elmhurst NY 11369 Mobile (646)748-6676 / Home (718)565-5687 Julio.Colon68@yahoo.com Objective: Seeking employment as a sous chef or cook in an environment where my culinary skills and experience will be utilized and developed. Experience: 3/2006- Present ARAMARK at United Nation New York, NY Sous Chef ·Supervise production staff and food production operations for the Main Café, UNDC and Unicef ·Executed plan implemented by the Executive Chef. Adhering to recipes, work safety and labor management guidelines. ·Monitor all production sheets, H.A.C.C.P. and waste logs. 2/2000-3/2006 ARAMARK at Goldman Sachs New York, NY Executive Chef ·Responsible for all culinary operations at unit level from cafe to catering ·Supervised a staff of twelve. ·Assisted and devolped the Chef’s Table Program. ·Responsible for all ordering, receiving and inventory procedures. 11/1997-2/2000 ARAMARK at CitiGroup New York, NY Conference Kitchen Sous Chef/Cafe Chef ·Responsible for the preparation and presentation of all food for conference events including daily lunches, dinners and parties. ·Managed and supervised cafe operations. 2/1993-2/1997 Flik International at Credit Suisse New York, NY First Cook ·Preparation of International Cuisine for cafe ·Responsible for preparation of food for catering events ·Interaction with diverse levels of guests. Education 8/82-5/83 Universidad del Turabo Guarbo, Puerto Rico General Management and Business Administration Studies 8/79-5/82 Superior Vocational High School Barranquitas, Puerto Rico Vocational Studies Skills ·Certified in Food Protection in the City of New York ·Fluent in English and Spanish ·Basic computer knowledge: Microsoft Word, 8 Steps, E-Sysco and Outlook ·Proficiency in butchering
Let me start by saying I am in love with Casa Nonna. It definitely sits at the top of my Fav Italian Restaurants. I've enjoyed the cuisine of Casa Nonna twice, already. The first time I was introduced to this hidden midtown jewel was by a friend, who wanted to meet for lunch. She was very familiar with the restaurant, so she ordered us a few dishes to share. The food was absolutely amazing. I have to back up and talk about the decor of this place. It's simply gorgeous, with the most amazing pizza bar. It's probably the best I've seen. And they have an open kitchen. Nice! The dark wood, the seating and the lighting make the experience very comfortable and almost made me not want to leave. The customer service was pefect and the staff are true professionals. They add to the entire experience, which I wrap up with the word, "Class". Okay, now back to the food. Their meatballs are the best I've ever had, which I believe are made with veal instead of beef. They just melt in your mouth. I also really enjoyed the Tortelloni, which they call "Little Hats". The pasta is made fresh and it was just perfect. There are so many more dishes that I enjoyed, like the bruschetta with the eggplant, but you'll never fully understand how amazing the food truly is unless you try it yourself. Oh, and how could I forget that they have a great wine list. When I was at the bar the bartender suggested a Pinot Noir, which I was very happy with. Overall, I loved the the entire Casa Nonna experience. I can't wait for my parents to visit me, so we can have a family dinner there.
Great location and poor service First of all, hotel manager provided me with the room located at the second floor with windows directed to the street, while at least two other rooms with different location were free. This manager was aware that road works had been scheduled at the same night, and he was definitely aware that my room #201, was the closest to the noise. I mean, road works were side by side with my windows, so I have been listening the pick hammers and asphalt-placing machine the half night as I was standing right in front of them. Both hotel managers (the guy who worked until midnight and the next one after him) declined my requests to give me another room saying that although two more rooms were indeed empty, they were reserved, and cleaning service was not available after the business hours. So what was the sense to give me the worst room during my check-in, while other rooms were still available at that time? Next day I had a terrible headache and I've got a cold, because hotel did not started heating and outside night's temperature was about 40 (+4-7 Celsius). The reason why my room was so noisy and so cold - the window near my bed had a removable air conditioner and no curtains at all. So every sound from the street as well as cold air freely getting in. I tried to remove it, and asked hotel manager to remove it - no way. "Free Wi-Fi" in the hotel was also as great as overall service, and died every 30 sec, so I used Cosy's free Wi-Fi to check my e-mails instead.
I have been coming here for an eternity, at first mainly for the mojitos, but once they changed their chef, I started coming back for lunch and mojitos. I don't know what magician pours the drinks, but you always leave with a "buzz". The Cloister cafe is the best during the warmer months, so you can enjoy many cocktails, under the grapevines and lush foliage, with hookah and friends. The last time I went, was with a friend, on a rainy day, to celebrate her graduation from Parson's. We were seated "inside-outside" area, which is a tented area, but still not deprived of many trees and plants. We ordered mojitos, a brie quesadellia appetizer, and two salads: the duck and the salmon, I'm not a big salad person, but I like the way they make theirs. Big portions of duck and salmon, well seasoned, fresh and filling. I love their fried potatoes too, with sea salt, time and pepper. To end our meal we ordered a hookah and dessert, and oddly enough it ended up being on a bit over 40$ a person(with out tip), which I think is beyond reasonable for the location, quality of food, and magical cocktails. I would recommend this place 100% for a first date, since they never rush you or take forever to bring your food. I would also recommend this place for sitting alone on a sunny afternoon, with friends at night, or whenever. It's a winner. It got a perfect rating from me, because it deserves it. You get the exact bang for your buck!
My fiancé and I wanted to visit the city for a quick break during her time off – early Spring Break as she calls it. Both of us don’t really have a lot of loose change at this moment so we researched this place, foremost for price, but also because we wanted to cram as much as possible into our three day trip – price and location were the game changers. This hotel really stood out for us because it was right opposite MSG so we could use the subway to get down to Chinatown and up to the MET, which was a big plus. When we got there, the hotel met expectations. Lobby was shiny clean and the staff were helpful whenever we saw them. Our room was reasonably spacey. The bed was a double and it was comfy enough and we didn’t have any problems getting any sleep. Plus, we weren’t too cramped when it came time to pack all the clothes we bought back into our bags before our flight home. I guess I’m such a big advocate of this hotel because of how comfortable it makes me when visiting such a big city and how easy it makes it to have everything at my fingertips. I would say the room was adequate enough for a three to four day stay and just the ability to do everything in such a short amount of time really helps boost the happy factor. I would recommend this hotel for people looking for something simple and those whose time is valuable and don’t want to have to commute or rent a car or anything.
The Mark is a nice hotel that focuses on fashion and design. The staff was very friendly and its location a block from Central Park was fantastic. One of my main reasons for staying at The Mark was it being pet friendly for dogs up to 25 lbs. They had nice food bowls and bedding waiting for our dog when we got there. The room was a decent size and the bath room was huge. A separate bath and shower with a television in the bathroom mirror. The bed room also included a nice 32 LCD TV with a Blu-ray player. All electronics where controlled by a remote including the shades for the windows. The Wifi was free for the room and a direct Ethernet connection if desired could be ordered for an extra fee. The only negative things I could comment would be that the new construction still left a slight smell in the rooms (being construction has only been completed a month ago, Sept. 2009 that should pass). If you have a visual problem where patterns can bother you then you may have a problem with the bathroom floors and/or the floor of the main lobby. The stripe pattern is something strong if such things effect you. Over all had a nice stay at the hotel and the staff was very friendly and helpful.