insert nut Suppliers When the hotly anticipated High Street on Hudson opens in New York City this fall, fans of its elder sibling, High Street on Market, will be thrilled to know the new location won’t mean surrendering the things that made it a cult favorite in Philadelphia: not the lauded bakery program, the seasonally driven menu, nor the breakfast-to-dinner concept. Against New York City’s oft-crowded odds, the outpost brings an expansion, if anything. The new space will include a bread oven centrally located in the dining room; the aromatic gems that come out of it will be served to diners and available for take away.
There will be an open kitchen with chef’s counter—all the better for savoring the constantly changing menu. “Opening a restaurant in New York City has been a lifelong dream, especially with my culinary roots in New York,” says Eli Kulp, the chef and co-owner who formerly worked at Torrisi. “This was the perfect opportunity to bring what we’ve accomplished in Philadelphia to New York diners and travelers.” Kulp and partner Ellen Yin opened High Street on Market in Philadelphia’s Old City neighborhood in 2013 (they also run the much-lauded Fork and a.kitchen+bar); and it rapidly racked up fans and accolades for the quality menu and creative baked goods. Diners can expect much of the same with West Village outpost, which hopes for a November opening, though the partners promise new creations, too. They should expect a new set of fans to go with it. “We are a stone’s throw away from so many of New York City’s treasures—from the High Line to the Whitney Museum,” Yin says. “The Meatpacking District and West Village provide an interesting setting for us. We hope that High Street on Hudson will become a great meeting place for residents and visitors alike.” Corina Quinn is the digital travel editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram.
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Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the Blind Rivet Nut economy More than 34 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home this Memorial Day weekend—and most are be driving. Pack these eight gadgets to keep your kids entertained while you’re on the go. Travel Kiddy Kids Travel Journal: Ages 5+Older kids can personally document their journey with this customizable journal. With pages for maps, favorite places, daily activities, and favorite events kids can create their own unique souvenir of their adventure. $10Travelkiddy.com > Related: America’s Best Family Hotels Me Vs. You: Head-to-Head Brain Races: Ages 8+Getting there is half the fun—but only if kids don’t get bored in the back seat. This set of two connected activity pads splits down the middle so two kids can race each other in completing challenges. Games include word searches, jumbles, scavenger hunts, puzzles, and speed mazes. The set comes with the two activity pads and two pencils. $10.99Klutz.comColorforms® 60th Anniversary Edition: Ages 3+A reproduction of the classic 1951 product, this spiral book comes with 350 brightly colored Colorforms pieces. Kids can arrange the pieces that attach to any glossy surface in all kinds of shapes and figures. $39.99Colorforms.com One Step Ahead Kids Travel Easel and Art Desk: Ages 2+Pack this portable pop-up-art desk to keep your budding artist entertained on the road.
The top pops up to form a two-sided easel with whiteboard and chalkboard surfaces for doodling. An added bonus, the carrying case holds art supplies and it doubles as a sturdy travel desk. $39.95Onestepahead.com Melissa and Doug’s Trunki: Ages 2-5 The colorful Trunki suitcases were designed with wheels so that kids can sit on and even ride them. They are carry-on approved and can hold up to 75 lbs of snacks, games, stuffed animals—whatever you consider travel essentials. $34.95Fatbraintoys.com Contigo AUTOSEAL® Kids Trekker Cup: Ages 3-12 Though your kids might have outgrown sippy cups, drinks still have a tendency to spill during car rides. This cup’s ingenious shape makes it spill-resistant and easy for kids to hold. $11.99 for a two-pack, $6.99 individually.GoContigo.com Kidz Gear Volume Limit Headphones: Ages 2+ These are among the first over-the-ear headphones designed specifically for children; a special control keeps volume at a safe level so you don’t have to worry. There’s even a remote and a mic for easy adjustments. $29.95Apple.com Wean Green Lunch Cubes: Ages 4+ This colorful tempered glass food container is perfect for road trips with kids. Its snap lid keeps food in place—and not all over your car. $17.99 for a pack of 2.WeanGreen.com More From Travel + Leisure:America’s Best CarouselsBest Digital Cameras for Travel The It List: Best New Hotels of 2012 Coolest Underwater Attractions
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It cuts a striking silhouette against the muddled stock of Gothic and Communist-era styles—a series of jagged, pitched gables which crown the rectangular complex references of the silhouette of nearby Ducal Castle. At night, the hall is lit from within, rendering the entire building a huge, phosphorescent diamond. structural rivets Factory ©Simon Menges Inside is no less impressive. .
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. Colonial clubs where the British Raj came to dine, drink, and play were the inspiration for this unique restaurant—and you’ve never had a kebab like this before. Benares Modern Indian food with a side of luxury comes standard at Benares, a restaurant that’s won a Michelin star for past the eight consecutive years. Masala Zone Perfect for a quick lunchtime curry, the seven locations of Masala Zone were voted the Most Popular Restaurant Group featuring Indian street food in Zagat’s 2014 survey. On the a la carte menu, consider ordering Chukander Kofa, a dish of beetroot dumplings embellished with edible 24-carat gold. Find the flavors of Mumbai at traditional eateries on Brick Lane, gourmet spots like Gymkana, which offers a menu of Indian cooking made infused with traditional British ingredients, and Benares, a Mayfair restaurant that boasts a Michelin star.
Nazrul Claiming to be the oldest Indian restaurant in Brick Lane, this stalwart was here way before hipsters moved to East London (now they Self-clinching visit for an Indian meal after drinking ready-mixed cocktails in pouches). Dishoom This duo of Bombay café-inspired eateries puts a new twist on Indian food. The food’s not only good, it’s also a great value for a thali, the tradition of serving a half-dozen dishes in small metal bowls on a tray for a healthy, balanced meal. Even better, these curry houses are often open late at night, making it easy to get your naan fix whenever you please. Indian food in the UK is nothing new—Indians startled settling in London in the 19th century—but nowadays, the popular curries of London are some of the finest outside of New Delhi, and Indian restaurants can be found on every high street in the UK. Order your authentic dinner hot with lemon madras or go for mild with kashmiri curry or a coconut-based korma. The tasting menu is expensive, as one would expect, but it’s worth the price of £82 a head. Their specialty, Lamb Ranna Bun, can be traced to a battlefield feast given by Alexander the Great for King Pauava. The dish of leg of lamb in a sourdough bun with deep fried chilies accompanied by Dishoom London brewed beer is quickly becoming legendary in London’s food circles. Gymkhana Combining traditional Indian cooking with British ingredients, and featuring a menu of cocktails infused with Asian spices, Gymkhana has been a game changer in how Indian food is perceived in the UK.August 21, 2014 Papadum alert! In England, Chicken Tikka Masala is now considered as much of a national dish as roast beef, fish and chips, and Yorkshire pudding, and it’s slowly become the preferred plate of many in London. The menu offers several vegetarian options as well
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» The top pops up to form a two-sided easel (پنجشنبه ۲۰ تیر ۱۳۹۸ | ۱۰:۲۶)
» It cuts a striking silhouette against (چهارشنبه ۰۵ تیر ۱۳۹۸ | ۰۹:۵۰)
» The Duchess of Sussex (پنجشنبه ۲۳ خرداد ۱۳۹۸ | ۱۰:۱۲)
» Colonial clubs where the British Raj came to dine (سه شنبه ۱۴ خرداد ۱۳۹۸ | ۱۳:۴۹)
» The oddly beautiful topographical photos (سه شنبه ۰۷ خرداد ۱۳۹۸ | ۱۰:۵۵)
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