Seasonally Acute Cuisine, Inspired Design and a Convivial Environment Unite at Manon in NYC

Walking into Manon off of 14th Street in the heart of the Meatpacking harkens back to an earlier era when the Meatpacking was filled with late night eateries, lounges and reworked speakeasy’s that were exciting and played perfectly against the original intent of the neighborhood. Some argue that the neighborhood has shed a few layers […] Click to read more »

“Andrew Jackson” is bloody better than the “American Idiot” by Kevin M. Thomas

Rock songs are becoming the new anthems on the Great White Way and, for the most part, to great success. “Spring Awakening” and “Rent” before that have awakened a whole new form of Broadway musical – one that is filled with rock songs and edgier subject matter. Presently on Broadway is Green Day’s “American Idiot” […] Click to read more »