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Police: Burglars Targeted Restaurants, Bars On Lower East Side, In Chinatown

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police late Monday were searching for two suspects in a string of burglaries targeting Lower Manhattan restaurants and bars.

The suspects targeted businesses on the Lower East Side and in Chinatown between Sunday, April 3 and this past Tuesday. 185 more words


Blood Price for Pudding

The DH and I love food, but our local store (aptly named Asian Amigos) does not have nearly the variety that we crave. Each time the DH and I visit a big city, we make it a point to visit the Asian markets. 127 more words

Review: Mister Jiu's.

As the food fanatic that I am, I’m constantly¬†reading about restaurant openings across the Bay Area. I’ve been waiting to dine at Mister Jiu’s… 536 more words


The city of dreams

I don’t tend to gush about airports, but this time I’ll make an exception.

Changi in Singapore is the most amazing airport I’ve ever seen and I’ve seen quite a few over the years. 674 more words


Oppa Korean Restaurant @ Chinatown

Hello Oppa! Oppa is an endearing Korean term for an elder brother or a guy who is older than the girl.

They have quite a variety on the menu but the main purpose I went there was to try out their Ddobokki or spicy rice cakes. 293 more words


I Left My Heart In San Francisco

This Faux Parisian is heading out to San Francisco on Tuesday and I’ll be sharing with you all my great finds from one of my favorite cities. 91 more words


Chinatown review: Cynical, foggy and beautiful. The birth of film noir.

As a teenage film lover, modern genres speak more to me. It stems more from a lack of exposure because let’s face it, beautiful art is sometimes forgotten…They get cast away to the bygone fabric and age of ages past. 745 more words