My husband searches out music stores in every city we visit and New York City was no exception. Located in Manhattan, Rudy’s Music store was a quaint, two story shop filled with pedals, amps and stringed instruments. We easily spent an hour and a half there looking at gear and talking with the staff. If you’re a music lover and in NYC, check it out.
The original Katz’s Delicatessen is located in Manhattan and is a must for all visitors. Established in 1888, this restaurant is still going strong, offering delicious food as well as a glimpse of history.
We stopped here during a recent visit to New York City. We ordered the pastrami, per a local’s advice, and it did not disappoint. The portions were more than generous (my husband and I split a plate) and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for good food and tradition.
I stumbled upon Javalina Coffee House on accident and I’m so glad I did. Nestled on a side street corner off of Silver City’s downtown, it’s the perfect place for an afternoon tea, a study spot or just grabbing a cup of coffee to go. The staff is helpful and the drinks are delicious. Choose from a variety of hot or cold beverages and then cozy up inside or enjoy your time soaking up some sun on their back patio.
Javalina is open 7 days a week and they are pet friendly. This is my go to when I’m in the area.