Tag Archives: NYC

I heart NY

I have been circling a number of posts from overhead lately, intending to finish and publish them last week. But then last week happened, with all its hurricane force fury, and now anything health or fitness related seems downright trivial in comparison. Other bloggers and writers who experienced Hurricane Sandy first-hand have been able to… Read More »

FlyBarre with Kara Liotta

If you didn’t catch my post about last week’s Summer of Fitness workout, here’s a little rundown of the program: Every Tuesday in June, July, and August, LOLË and FITiST are offering free outdoor fitness classes. Each week spotlights a different (stellar) NYC fitness studio and instructor, and classes are taught outdoors in Tribeca. It’s a magical NYC thing. Speaking of… Read More »

Summer of Fitness: Nalini Method

How cool is this? Every Tuesday in June, July, and August, LOLË and FITiST are teaming up to offer FREE outdoor fitness classes. Each week is a different NYC fitness studio and instructor, and the line-up is freaking stellar. The last meet-up was cancelled due to torrential downpour (get with the program, weather!), so this week’s workout was… Read More »

Brunch at Locanda Verde

As a New Yorker who claims that brunch is her favorite meal, I’m embarrassed to admit that my first visit to Locanda Verde was this weekend. What was I thinking by not trekking over to Tribeca sooner? Clearly, I was not thinking at all. Lesson learned. By noon on a Sunday the place was hopping. (Sidenote:… Read More »

FancyPantz Dinner @ Per Se

Last week was kind of a big deal in the HealthyPantz household: I celebrated my 30th birthday, and Hubs and I celebrated our 1-year anniversary of marital bliss. Clearly, this called for an extreme form of celebration, which, we decided, was worthy of splurging on the once-in-a-lifetime experience of dinner for two at Per Se. By… Read More »

Restaurant Review: Eat your Veggies at Dirt Candy

One of the things I love most about living in NYC is that it’s chock full of incredible restaurants. Unfortunately the city’s culinary playground doesn’t often lend itself to being super vegan-friendly.  So there are inevitably those times when I get to a restaurant and there’s virtually nada for me to eat. Nearly everything’s either… Read More »