New York is home to 5 restaurants on the S. Pellegrino World’s Top 50 Restaurants list, and Per Se tops the New York list for good reason. Per Se has the grace and refinement of a timeless era set within the modern ...Read More
For 3500 years, humans have been making glass products as ordinary as a water glass to as intricate as Swarovski crystals. Glass is part of our heritage and traditions. Jewelry, watches, Christmas ornaments, Champagne flutes to toast to the New ...Read More
I’ve always been fascinated with the art of glassblowing. The craftsmen are so masterful and smooth with their movements while creating beautiful, intricate pieces of art. On a visit to the Corning Museum of Glass, I signed up for an ornament ...Read More
New York’s Finger Lakes region encompasses 11 gorgeous lakes, waterfalls, hiking trails, small town charm, Bed & Breakfasts and the largest wine growing area in the Eastern United States. Vineyards were planted as early as 1829, with the first winery, ...Read More
Fall is such a wonderful time of year and especially in Central Park. Cozy carriage rides, storybook statues, and stunning vistas all make time standstill to truly enjoy nature.
Romantic rowboat on one of the many lakes
The temperature drops to a comfortable ...Read More
When Tom and I go out to eat, especially at a place we know will knock our socks off, we pig out. Momofuku’s Korean cuisine never ceases to amaze us. The food is tremendous, and the artistic presentation and creative ...Read More