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New York City

The City That Never Sleeps

Die Reise nach New York City zum Jahreswechsel ist mein persönliches Highlight von 2016. Ob Kulinarik, Musik, Kultur, Kunst, Architektur, Natur und vieles, vieles mehr… all die umwerfenden Eindrücke, welche ich in NYC erlebt habe, können hier gar nicht in Worte gefasst werden. Die Kulinarik verschiedenster Kulturen in NYC hat mich als Koch natürlich besonders begeistert. Daher freut es mich, Euch auszugsweise ein paar Adressen meiner Entdeckungsreise zu nennen. Ohne Reihenfolge, einfach so, wie es mir gerade durch den Kopf geht – vom Hotdog bis zum Sternerestaurant. Ich bin kein Restauranttester, der Spaß und die Neugier an verschiedenen, internationalen Gastronomie-Konzepten soll immer im Vordergrund stehen.

Stay Open Minded

Jetzt aber ein paar Adressen… Hey Ho, Let´ s Go.

Thank you Jerry!

The Authentic Soul of New York
AMY RUTH´S – Home Style Southern Cuisine –
113 West 116Th Street Harlem., NY 10026
TEL: (212)-280-8779

…“Every guest that comes to Amy Ruth’s Restaurant is treated to excellent home-style Southern cuisine, prepared and served with genuine love and care. As we enter our second decade, we continue in the tradition of Amy Ruth Moore Bass and the legions of other great Southern cooks – mothers and grandmothers, aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers – who have given the world this cuisine we have come to know as Soul Food…Southern Comfort Cuisine. Thank you for joining us at Amy Ruth’s Restaurant. Bon appetit!“…

Keens STEAKHOUSE Est. 1885
72 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018, USA
TEL: (212)-947-3636

“Keens Steakhouse owns the largest collection of churchwarden pipes in the world. The tradition of checking one’s pipe at the inn had its origins in 17th century Merrie Old England where travelers kept their clay at their favorite inn – the thin stemmed pipe being too fragile to be carried in purse or saddlebag. Pipe smoking was known since Elizabethan times to be beneficial for dissipating “evil homourse of the brain.” Keens’s pipe tradition began in the early 20th century…“

135 East 50th Street ( Between Lexington and 3rd Ave)
New York City, NY 10022
TEL.: (212)838-0165/0166

Die richtige Adresse für all diejenigen, welche ein Frühstück lieben, das einen durch den Tag bringt. Fancy-Food-Lover´s, Vegetarier & Veganer werden hier jedoch unter Umständen etwas nervös. New Yorker Filterkaffee aus der Kanne so viel man mag-ohne Milchschaum Hokus-Pokus, Super Omlette mit Pastrami, Käse, Spiegeleier mit Speck… Sunnyside up or Sunnyside down… that´s the question.

Grand Central Terminal
89 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10017, USA

“For over one hundred years, The Oyster Bar has served the freshest seafood to New Yorkers, celebreties and dignitaries, alike. This is our story…“

Peking Duck House – Since 1978
28 Mott Street # A, New York, NY 10013, USA

…WELCOME. Whether it is for a quick bite for lunch or a sit-down dinner, our chefs offer you flavorful dishes that give you every reason to fight fort hat last piece and agree with our many patrons in saying “It was the best Chinese food I´ve ever had“

The River Café 1977-2017
One Water Street – Brooklyn, NY – 11201

The Restaurant
…“Across a bridge, over a river, into a dream.
Located in one of New York’s most unique settings, The River Café has become very well-known around the world as a culinary destination.
Nestled riverside under the Brooklyn Bridge with sweeping views of the New York skyline and the Statue of Liberty, The River Café serves a classic New American menu using only the finest and freshest ingredients available.“

349 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA

…“Swing46 Jazz and Supper Club offers Dining, Dancing and Cocktails, A Dance Lesson, A Swing DJ and Awesome Live Bands Every Night!
Our menu is traditional American Fare with a Modern twist, each dish is carefully prepared using only the freshest ingredients.
Everything is homemade, all the sauces, all the dressings and even the bread is baked fresh daily!

The venue features music & dance styles from the Fabulous Swing Era. You can Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, Waltz, Foxtrot, or freestyle!
Each night you will find the most talented, professional musicians from all over the world with charts and arrangements that are impeccable and true to the genre we celebrate.
No need to make a reservation — unless you’re having dinner, if you are coming for cocktails and dancing — just Come On Down!!“

Cockpit USA
Jacky and Jeff Clyman
15 W.39 th St.12th Fl.
New York, N.Y. 10018

Our Story begins in the skies…
…“In the early 1970’s Cockpit USA President and founder Jeff Clyman, a seasoned Warbird pilot, was spending his free time flying vintage WWII era aircraft as a performer in air shows. Sporting his fathers Army Air Corps aviator jacket, he took notice of the crowds of people wanting to know where they could get one of their own. Jeff saw an opportunity to create a business and career out of his passion for aviation, and his unique knowledge of genuine historic military fashion.

The business started with Jeff trading and selling his personal collection of original period jackets with other collectors and enthusiasts, amassing one of the most impressive personal collections of vintage flight jackets. He quickly realized that the demand for these iconic pieces of American fashion would quickly outpace the supply.

In 1975, Jeff Clyman founded AVIREX Ltd, and officially began an adventure that has continued for the last 40 years. Working from original military designs for the A-2, and G-1, AVIREX began to establish itself as a leader in original period aviator jackets. Recreating these iconic jackets was not always easy; many records were lost, along with the methods used to produce the rugged functionality needed for combat. The art of producing the impervious finish found on the original B-3 Bomber jacket had been lost; Jeff committed himself to rediscovering the lost process. After a month in a tannery laboratory, he was able to successfully reproduce the process, a technique that we still use today…“

St. Patricks Cathedral
5th Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA

The story of New York’s great cathedral mirrors the story of the city itself. Created to affirm the ascendance of religious freedom and tolerance, St. Patrick’s Cathedral was built in the democratic spirit, paid for not only by the contributions of thousands of poor immigrants but also by the largesse of 103 prominent citizens who pledged $1,000 each. St. Patrick’s Cathedral proves the maxim that no generation builds a cathedral. It is rather, a kind of ongoing conversation linking generations past, present and future.

The cornerstone of St. Patrick’s Cathedral was laid in 1858 and her doors swept open in 1879. It was over 150 years ago when Archbishop John Hughes announced his inspired ambition to build the “new” St. Patrick’s Cathedral.


Happy New Year.
Best wishes always,


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