The wake of COVID 19 brought to an end many activities, changing lives significantly. Indoor dining has been among the most adored ways to enjoy meals for many. With the winter season approaching, outdoor dining seems to be the trend for many restaurants internationally. Fortunately, hotels in New York have become innovative with outdoor setups providing numerous options for their guests. The hotels have designed huts and are now using heaters to warm up the environment during the winter. Here are some of New York’s most endearing destinations for outdoor eating.

The Ampia Restaurant

Ampia is one of the most…


As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts businesses, philanthropic activities are affected, yet charitable efforts have to go on as many people require aid. The charitable works are also changing as time goes by. The philanthropic traditions are changing, and more changes are expected in 2021 as we advance.

The following are the philanthropic trends you should expect in 2021:

  1. Continuation of virtual fundraiser events.

Following the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, raising funds has moved from physical to virtual fundraisers as the virus’s spread doesn’t allow in-person events. NGOs had to innovate new ways of holding the fundraisings; hence came up with the…


Millennials refer to the demographic cohort that was born between 1981 and 1994/6. In this day and age, there are a lot of negative stereotypes that are associated with millennials. In particular, many people believe that millennials are lazy, selfish, inappropriate, and unprofessional individuals who do not have much respect for authority, love being the center of attention, and want a trophy for everything they do.

However, Generation X and the baby boomers are not exactly right about millennials. These older generations simply do not see the whole picture. As a matter of fact, millennials care a lot about other…


New York City’s gorgeous Central Park sits serenely downtown amid the bustling city life that speeds around it. Home to Broadway, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, the New York Stock Exchange, The Today Show, and much more, NYC can also take credit for helping start the successful careers of a vast number of famous chefs from all over the globe.

New York City is famous for countless reasons, like being the symbol of freedom from oppression, hosting the idealistic American dream, and providing opportunities for new and improved lives. It’s the place where 12 million immigrants arrived at Ellis…


Living in New York City can be a very fulfilling time for an individual. There is plenty to do, see, hear, and taste in the city that never sleeps. Many people living in New York City also love to give back to their community but aren’t sure how to do so. Here are some ways a person can give back while living in the Big Apple.

Get invested in local issues

It’s easy to stay within a bubble when living in a big city. One way many people stay connected and involved is to get involved in the issues of…


New York City is arguably the most foodie-friendly city in the world. If you visit NYC soon, you’ll likely get a culinary experience you won’t soon forget. After all, there are some foods you can only find in New York City. Here are a few examples.

Dirt Candy

If you want to try new foods while sticking to your health goals, Dirt Candy is the place to go. This restaurant is on the Lower East Side and uses vegetables to create healthy takes on classic dishes, including dessert. Popular Dirt Candy dishes include the carrot sliders, broccoli hot dogs, and…


During the COVID-19 pandemic, non-profit organizations have been more relevant than ever to help those struggling. However, it can be difficult for these organizations to secure the funding they need to continue operations. Many people have had to scale back on their own budgets, either from losing their jobs or fear that they will lose it sometime soon. Non-profit organizations have stepped up their appeals by honestly explaining why they need funding at the moment. Take these steps in mind if you are running a non-profit organization through this pandemic.

Acknowledgment

As people are trying to stay afloat, they might…


New York City has so many restaurants that the options may seem overwhelming. While some restaurants may be disappointing and overpriced, others will be worth the trip to NYC. These are some of NYC’s best-hidden gems to visit for a great dining adventure. Anyone looking for a fun dining experience should explore these restaurants as soon as they reopen.

Frank

Located on 88 2nd Avenue, this restaurant is the place to go for delicious, high-quality pasta. This charming restaurant would be perfect for a nice lunch with friends or a sweet first date. The atmosphere inside is fun, and they…


Community philanthropy is the concept of bringing people together in an area for the betterment of everyone around. It requires a blend of community and external resources to be successful. This support can come from time, money, experience, thoughts, or peoples’ expertise. Here are a few of the reasons why philanthropy is essential to improve communities.

The needs of a community are always growing and changing. The population must build assets and trust among each other to do the work that is necessary to adapt to the evolving needs. …


Food delivery is the go-to option for dining out in the year 2020. It is a great way to keep everyone safe and still support local businesses. The delivery person drops off items at the door, eliminating the need for stressful planning associated with today’s dining experience. In today’s society, there is such fierce competition in the world of delivery that people are even enjoying deliveries that are non-perishable, such as home and office supplies.

DoorDash

DoorDash is a pioneer in the food delivery app industry. DoorDash is known for the easy process and the availability of favorite restaurants. The…

Samuel Pinion

Based in New York, Sam Pinion is a VP in the real estate finance industry, philanthropist, and food fanatic. Learn more @ https://samuelpinion.net.

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