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Amy Takes Manhattan!

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amycnyAmy Carothers - A New York Foodie
Amy Carothers is a friend of mine and is my "go-to" source for anything relating to New York City and surrounding areas. She's a self described 30-something New York City Foodie who enjoys taking a "bite" out of Manhattan by trying new restaurants and cuisines. Whether it be a night out with the girls or a romantic date, The City is the perfect place to try new foods and locations.

Check out Amy and her in her travels to find a delicious meal at the right deal! In fact, Amy has applied her knowledge to three columns for Examiner.com. Look for her information and blog links to all things culinary, travel and having to do with New York City below!

New York's Culinary Heart Beat!
For years Amy Carothers has been in pursuit of the best culinary treasures and best deals New York City has to offer. You can follow along in her travels to get discounts and the insider's scoop on local events and theatre. Come take a bite out of the Big Apple and get to the core of great deals. Amy also serves as the NY Travel Photography Examiner and the Manhattan Restaurants Examiner.

Her background includes stints with some of the biggest names in publishing including HarperCollins and Columbia University Press.

Check out Amy's columns for Examiner.com and one of her articles below.


The Warick Hotel's Randolph Bar and Lounge is Serving an Olympic-themed Menu
New York restaurants
July 25, 2012 - By: Amy Carothers

The iconic Warick Hotel (65 West 54th Street at the corner of 6th Avenue) was commissioned by William Hearst for his wife Marion Davies in 1926 and will celebrate the commencement of the 2012 London Olympic Games with a British-inspired menu. The Randolph Bar and Grill sports theme begins on July 27th and carries the torch throughout August 12th when its flame is extinguished.

The menu features fish and chips, Pomegranate Pimms and the Northwest’s Boddington Beer. The five-ringed British invasion provides a gold winning menu that allows guests to take part in the Olympic celebration without leaving Midtown Manhattan.
View slideshow: Randolph Bar and Lounge is going for the gold

The centrally-located space is near the city’s top attractions such as the Ziegfeld Theatre, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Fifth Avenue, Central Park and Broadway so spend the day making your way to all the New York City hot spots.

Keep the flame burning until the light goes out on the festivities.

Article & Pictures courtesy of Amy Carothers - Examiner.com

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