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There is a lot of stuff going on the City, and we can't write about it all. Here are some interesting things some of our friends have written up lately.
- 6sqft ⇒ Second Phase of Hunters Point South Development Moves Forward With 960 Affordable Unit Proposal
- Brooklyn Paper ⇒ Borough of Dives: A Guide to Brooklyn’s Best No-Frills Watering Holes
- Curbed NY ⇒ South Street Seaport Will Get an Interactive Light Show This Winter
- Daytonian in Manhattan ⇒ The Lost John H. Matthews House - 176 Riverside Drive
- EV Grieve ⇒ A Look at Orchard Street's Transformation Into the 1970s for Martin Scorsese's Jimmy Hoffa Film
- Guest of a Guest ⇒ The Best Happy Hour Spots in the Financial District
- Thrillist ⇒ The Definitive Guide to Spending Time Alone in New York City
- Tribeca Citizen ⇒ New Design for Tower on City Hall Park
- Untapped Cities ⇒ The Darkside, a Star Wars-Themed Pop-Up Bar Has Opened in NYC’s SoHo
- Vanishing New York ⇒ New Ziegfeld
Old Homestead is one of New York City's oldest and finest steakhouses. Opened in 1868, it is one of the oldest operating steakhouses in the country and has served up some of the best cuts of steak for nearly 150 years. In this short video from Eater's excellent The Meat Show series, watch as host Nick Solares tries their mouthwatering $350 Wagyu A5+ steak.
Old Homestead in Manhattan's Meatpacking district is serving up Japanese Wagyu steaks, which are typically sliced thin, in huge slabs. Join host Nick Solares as he determines whether or not the obscene price tag is worth it.