In New York City, a boutique micro-hotel offers 150-square-foot guest rooms – some with bunk beds – and a “bodega” in lieu of room service. Arlo Hotels operates two boutique hotels in Manhattan: one in SoHo and one in NoMad, with another set to open near Hudson Yards in the next year or two. We visited the SoHo location, where average rates range from $US335 to $US535 a night. The rooms were definitely small, but for someone who doesn’t plan to spend much time in their hotel room and isn’t travelling with multiple large pieces of luggage, I think it would be a fun and memorable place to stay. Measuring just 150 square feet, the guest rooms at Arlo Hotels aren’t meant for people who plan on spending most of their time holed up in their rooms. At Arlo’s boutique micro-hotels in New York City, the rooms are less than half the size of an average hotel room, there’s a 24-hour “bodega” in lieu of room service, and you … [Read more...] about I visited a micro-hotel in NYC, where a one-night stay costs more than $300, rooms are half the size of the average hotel, and you have to walk through the bathroom to get to the bed — and it felt way more spacious than I ever expected
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By Kaila Contreras, Staff writer Published 12:00 am CDT, Friday, October 5, 2018 IEKEI has six different types of ramen to choose from. Shown is the Spicy Curry Miso Ramen on the left and the Tonkotsu Ramen on the right. IEKEI has six different types of ramen to choose from. Shown is the Spicy Curry Miso Ramen on the left and the Tonkotsu Ramen on the right. Photo: Kaila Contreras Some classic Japanese appetizers found on the IKEI menu is the pork gyoza. Some classic Japanese appetizers found on the IKEI menu is the pork gyoza. Photo: Kaila Contreras IEKEI Ramen on North Sam Houston Parkway officially opened its doors ot the public on Sept. 27. IEKEI Ramen on North Sam Houston Parkway officially opened its doors ot the public on Sept. 27. Photo: Kaila Contreras window._taboola … [Read more...] about First Lake Houston area ramen bar opens near Fall Creek
It took this restaurant owner three times as long as expected to get her liquor license after a community battle with men who accused her of trying to open a brothel. Rose Previte Published 8:00 am CDT, Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Photo: Kate Warren Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Kate Warren This Entrepreneur Fought Her Neighbors for Her Right to Open Her First D.C. Restaurant and Won 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In the Women Entrepreneur series My Worst Moment, female founders provide a firsthand account of the most difficult, gut-wrenching, almost-made-them-give-up experience they’ve had while building their business -- and how they recovered. Rose Previte moved to Washington, D.C. after college and balanced nonprofit policy work with waitressing at a Capitol Hill dive bar for seven years. … [Read more...] about This Entrepreneur Fought Her Neighbors for Her Right to Open Her First D.C. Restaurant and Won
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Andy Rosen Globe Staff August 03, 2018 Five years ago, the development next door to the Burlington Mall had all the hallmarks of the 1980s suburban office complex — anonymous facades of brick, concrete, and glass, unlimited parking, and an anodyne corporate name: New England Executive Park Today, the property at the edge of Route 128 has bike-rental stations, hip eateries that stay open after the sun goes down, and an “OMMM Space” for yoga and meditation. Oh, and they call it “the District” now.The place used to be “your typical old suburban grandfather’s office park,” said Leah Harsfield, a vice president at National Development, which bought the site in 2013. Now, she said, “it’s more like a college campus,” and it’s designed to help lure a 21st-century workforce that has been spurning the … [Read more...] about Developers are trying to make the suburbs cool. Is that possible?