Things You Should Not Do In New York City

01.4.11


Eat at the Olive Garden or Sbarro. Hell, you shouldn’t be at either of those places in any city.

Travel with me. I brought the blizzard of 2010, the Blizzard of 1996, and the blackout in 2003. If I am traveling to New York City, you should head to Hawaii. Really

Sit in the balcony at the Majestic Theatre, it’s too hot up there.

Hurry. You’ll miss everything good.

Host a tweet up, have a third glass of wine, and commit to a 13.1 mile run with Kai.

Shit.

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7 responses to “Things You Should Not Do In New York City”

  1. Stefani says:

    I just visited NYC for the first time in November. Very neat place but I didn’t get to stay that long to check it all out.

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  3. Kimberly says:

    I seriously lose respect for people when they sing praises for The Olive Garden. I went there once, when I was 19, and even then I knew it was terrible.

  4. melissa says:

    Here’s how you know that the Olive Garden isn’t good Italian Food. 1) they have GREAT Mac n Cheese… (shut up I have a 2 year old, it was a phase) 2)My in-laws like it a lot.

  5. subwow says:

    The problem with the Olive Garden at Time Squire is exactly that it’s at Time Square. I consider it an affront to the great city of NYC to have it right there. Foreign tourists with no research under their belts could easily be led to think it is just A restaurant and not ONE of the chain restaurants. Did you see how crowded it was all the time??!! Ugh. I wanted to take a bullhorn and station outside Olive Garden when I was there to tell people to PLEASE NOT go inside.

  6. kai says:

    I thought New Jersey was The Olive Garden?

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