Guest post by Max Silver Millennials and younger generations are constantly being told that they need to be more responsible with their finances. Some Australian millionaire-douchebag by the name of Tim Gurner had the audacity to tell us that if we ever wanted to afford a house, we must stop ordering
Usually when you see a line stretching around the block in San Francisco it means one thing: brunch. Whether it’s at Mama’s, Mission Beach Cafe, Zazie, Brenda’s, Dottie’s, or one of the other spots where people queue up for hours, the folks waiting are craving mimosas and food.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and NYC is the place to be if you’re looking to spoil the woman that pushed you out of her body. She did that, you know…or you were CUT OUT of her. Either way, she deserves some bottomless mimosas or ridiculous bloody mary’s,
The Bloody Mary Festival is a celebration of the beloved brunch cocktail and the largest event of its kind. Each Festival brings together the most innovative and crafty bloody mary mixes, curated by a team of Bloody Mary aficionados and made by local bars and restaurants. Attendees have the opportunity
Like the old saying goes, “if you can make it here… you’re probably making 75,000$/year or more.” 1. Fashion Week will move to Bed Stuy because Williamsburg is the new Manhattan and that makes it not cool anymore. (gifatron.com) 2. New Yorkers will walk through at least two movie shoots
People in San Francisco will wait in line for just about anything. It’s almost like they enjoy doing it. At some events they even wait in one line, just so they can buy tickets to wait in other lines to buy food. Its madness really. So we at the Kinda
Nothing says, “I live in one of the hippest cities in the country,” like overpriced eggs, undercooked burgers and bottomless mimosas at 11am on a Sunday.
Cafetasia is your not-so-typical Japanese cuisine located in the New York City’s quintessential neighborhood, Greenwich Village. It is unconventional perhaps due to the large volume of diverse individuals that step foot in there every day and night and probably because of the bar-like atmosphere it transforms into sometime during the