Skip The Tourists At This Esteemed NYC Restaurant With This Awesome Hack
Tonight’s date will bring you a taste of Middle Eastern cuisine on the Upper West Side. Start out with a tasty bite at Minzon North. This spot is the second location for Israeli celebrity chef Eyal Shani. With the original location at Chelsea Market, this new joint means you can enjoy the food without navigating through crowds of tourists. win. Choose from different fillings for their pitas or share some of their larger dishes, like the chicken schnitzel and whole roasted cauliflower.
Afterward, head over to the New-York Historical Society for a dose of arts and culture. Founded in 1804, the Society was New York’s first-ever museum. With a primary focus on American history, they’ve also been known for their more contemporary, engaging exhibitions. On Friday nights, the museum is open until 8 p.m. so you can take your time and have a leisurely stroll through the galleries.
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New-York Historical Society
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