Some of Manhattan’s finest chefs are sourcing produce from an indoor hydroponic farm in TriBeCa called Farm.One. Learn how to visit Farm.One, where you can sample various plants and flowers and learn how best to use them in cocktails and cooking!
Do you know what happens after you brush your teeth, wash your dishes, or flush your toilet in NYC? Well, learn how you can tour the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, and you’ll find out just what happens and where all that water goes!
Drink beer from a handmade glass while watching artisans create EVEN MORE handmade glass at Hot Glass, Cold Beer at Brooklyn Glass in Gowanus.
As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. And former trash collector Nelson Molina has spent decades turning New Yorkers’ trash into a fascinating museum! Read more to learn how you can visit this incredible place yourself.
Some traditions never die, and the Brooklyn Seltzer Boys in Canarsie are hard at work to keep the old-school tradition of seltzer delivery alive and well in NYC. Find out how you can visit their factory and sample a bottle of their yummy and refreshing, hand-filled seltzer.
If you’re a cat-lover whose landlord won’t let you be a cat-owner, visit the Brooklyn Cat Cafe to spend some time with a whole lot of kitties! Cat owners are welcome, too–just don’t tell your fur babies where you’re going!