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http://www.PopularCruising.com ~ Enjoy our all new Norwegian Breakaway Review and Tour series with shorter videos by topic. This video's focus is on dining and bars and covers all complimentary and specialty restaurants and watering holes including those at The Waterfront, Dolce Gelato, Carlo's Bake Shop, La Cucina, Maltings Beer & Whiskey Bar, SVEDKA Ice Bar, Shaker's Martini Bar, Wasabi, Ocean Blue by Geoffrey Zakarian, The Raw Bar, Prime Meridian, Moderno Churrascaria, Cagney's Steakhouse, The Manhattan Room, Taste, Mixx, Savor, Le Bistro, Teppanyaki, Atrium Cafe, Atrium Bar, Cirque Dreams and Dinner Jungle Fantasy, The Second City's Dysfunctional Family Reunion Brunch, O'Sheehan's Bar & Grill, Shanghai's, Bar 21, Sabrett Hot Dog Stand, Uptown Bar & Grill and Garden Cafe, as well as the interactive digital signage to make reservations onboard. ~ http://www.PopularCruising.com
Visit http://voyage.tv/ for the best HD travel videos in the world. The spelling may be British, but this New York restaurant on the waterfront in picturesque South Street Seaport is unmistakably American. The dining room extends out over the East River, offering glittering views of the Brooklyn Bridge, and New York Citys iconic skyline. This is an ideal spot for private parties, receptions and romantic evenings for two. Its really all about the vistas here (the clientele is mostly tourists who wind up here after a day shopping on seaport) and Harbour Lights is one of the few restaurants in the city that affords such a breathtaking postcard-worthy backdrop. The Menu: First courses focus on seafood, with a raw bar that offers fresh, sea-salty oysters and meaty shrimp, among others. After that, your biggest challenge is choosing which direction to go: monkfish fricassee or the pasta special like lobster Ravioli? Soy & honey-grilled tuna steak or pan-roasted pork chops? And the sides, which include buttermilk whipped potatoes and garlic and herb roasted risotto, make deciding especially difficult. The Must-Have: At this restaurant, the absolute must-have is not a particular dish, but a particular table. Dining out on the deck with panoramic vistas makes a filet and lobster tail surf-and-turf even more enjoyable, or a shared dish of Seafood Royal (clams, oysters, shrimp, lobster, smoked salmon and tuna tartar) all the more romantic.
The twelve days I spent in Japan in late January of 2019 are some of my favorites in my decade of traveling the world. This island nation is heaven for travelers: it’s safe and clean, has a long and rich history and a vibrant culture, and is chock-full of unique experiences you can’t have anywhere else. Since I first landed there, the country has skyrocketed to the top of my list of places I want to explore further on future trips. Follow me as I document my epic trip through Japan and see why I’ve fallen head-over-heels for this amazing place. Subscribe & Click the Bell for 2+ Videos Per Week ► http://bit.ly/DBH-SUB My Film Making Kit ► https://kit.com/davidsbeenhere On the morning of my second day in Kyoto, I decided I wanted to have another beef bowl for breakfast, so I headed out to Sukiya, a local diner chain with more than 2,000 locations in Japan, for some authentic Japanese fast food before visiting one of the city’s most prominent landmarks! Come along with me as I continue my exploration of this ancient, traditional Japanese city! Sukiya is known for using delicious ingredients, leaner beef, high-quality rice and vegetables, and multiple sizes for their dishes. I went with the pork miso & curry soup along with the beef bowl, which comes with sticky rice, onions, and a raw egg. The dishes here are cheap and the service is quick! I couldn’t wait to get my bowl and see just how fast I could get in and out of the restaurant! I cracked my egg right over the beef bowl and mixed it in really well before I dug in. The beef was so tasty and juicy and was fantastic with the rice and egg. It’s also an extremely filling way to begin a day because of the huge amount of rice they give you! I recommend adding soy sauce to the eggy rice for a blast of additional flavor! Next, it was time for the pork miso & curry soup. The broth was incredible and I loved the herbs and pieces of onion and radish in it. The pork was chewy and fatty and the flavors were out of this world! This was like a miso soup on steroids! This was the perfect breakfast for such a cold day! It was hot, filling, and full of sensational flavor. And best of all, it only cost 550 Yen/roughly $5 and I was in and out of the restaurant in about 20 minutes! On the way to my next destination, I grabbed a Black Boss cold coffee from a vending machine for 100 Yen/$0.90. Now that I was energized, I set off for Kyoto Tower, which stands high above the rest of the city and is open from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. (final admission is at 8:40). I got my ticket to go to the observation deck for 770 Yen/$6.93, but the prices differ for high school students, elementary school students, preschool-age children, and people with disabilities. I got on the elevator and rode up to the 11th floor and switched to a second elevator, which took me to the very top, 100 meters above the city! The observation deck was really nice and clean, and laid out in a circle so you have 360-degree views of Kyoto. There’s also an interactive map that shows you different attractions, but I believe it’s only in Japanese. You can also take a better look at the city through the provided binoculars, which include hand-held ones and static ones that are attached to a stand. Another cool feature is that each of the deck’s windows has labels on it, which tells you which attractions are visible from that window! I love observation decks so much. They’re a great way to get a bird’s-eye view of the places you visit. I highly recommend them! Kyoto seems to be located in a valley between mountains and while the tower isn’t as tall as the one in Tokyo, the views are still quite breathtaking! It’s a must-visit in Kyoto! If you loved this video of my massive beef bowl breakfast and visit to Kyoto Tower, please give it a thumbs up and leave me a comment below. Also please subscribe to my channel so you don’t miss out on any of my upcoming travel/food content! ☆ CONTACT ☆ ► Business: firstname.lastname@example.org _____ BLOG ►http://davidsbeenhere.com/ _____ BOOK YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE: ► https://app.trilltravel.co/u/davidsbeenhere _____ FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ►https://instagram.com/davidsbeenhere + FACEBOOK ►https://www.facebook.com/davidsbeenhere1 + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/davidsbeenhere _____ #Japan #Kyoto #JapaneseFood #DavidGoesToJapan #Davidsbeenhere _____ SEND ME STUFF: 5858 SW 81 ST Miami, FL 33143 USA _____ P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
It's still a sweet life for Ex-Disney star, Dylan Sprouse -- contrary to stories that took a job as a host in a NYC restaurant because he was broke --- because he tells TMZ Live he has plenty of dough to live on ... he just wanted to try something new. SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news. Regularly referenced by the media, TMZ is one of the most cited entertainment news sources in the world. Subscribe to TMZ on YouTube for breaking celebrity news/ gossip and insight from the newsroom staff (TMZ Chatter & TMZ News), the best clips from TMZ on TV, Raw & Uncut TMZ paparazzi video (from TMZ.com) and the latest video from TMZ Sports and TMZ Live! Keeping Up with Our YouTube Exclusive Content: TMZ Chatter: TMZ newsroom staff insight and commentary from stories/ photos/ videos on TMZ.com TMZ News: The latest news you need to know from TMZ.com Raq Rants: Raquel Harper talks to a celebrity guest with ties to the hip hop and R&B communities. Behind The Bar Podcast: TMZ's lawyers Jason Beckerman and Derek Kaufman loiter at the intersection of law and entertainment, where they look closely at the personalities, events and trends driving the world of celebrity — and how the law affects it all. We love Hollywood, we just have a funny way of showing it. Need More TMZ? TMZ Website: http://po.st/TMZWebsite LIKE TMZ on Facebook! http://po.st/TMZLike FOLLOW TMZ on Twitter! http://po.st/TMZFollow FOLLOW TMZ on Instagram! http://po.st/TMZInsta TMZ on TV & TMZ Sports on FS1 Tune In Info: http://po.st/TMZOnAir TMZ is on iOS! http://po.st/TMZiOS TMZ is on Android! http://po.st/TMZonAndroid Got a Tip? Contact TMZ: http://po.st/TMZTip Check out TMZ Live, TMZ Sports and toofab! TMZ Live: http://po.st/TMZLiveWebsite Subscribe! TMZ Live: http://po.st/TMZLiveSubscribe TMZ Sports: http://po.st/TMZSportsWebsite Subscribe! TMZ Sports: http://po.st/TMZSportsSubscribe Toofab: http://po.st/toofabWebsite Subscribe! toofab: http://po.st/toofabSubscribe Dylan Sprouse -- Working In Restaurant -- But I'm Not Broke! | TMZ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK7IIV6Q2junGSdYK3BmZMg
Toàn bộ buổi trò chuyện của ca sĩ Trúc Nhân và Host Dustin tại quầy Bar Stories, cùng với những giây phút ngẫu hứng thể hiện hai ca khúc Bốn Chữ Lắm và Ngồi Hát Đỡ Buồn - làm nên tên tuổi của Trúc Nhân. Công thức món Mocktail “30/4” 1. 1 que Kem Chanh Sorbet (kem đá làm từ nước cốt chanh và đường đông lạnh) 2. Trà Earl Grey bá tước, nước dừa tươi, và một muỗng cf dấm ăn Công thức món Mocktail “Tao Đàn” 1. 1 que kem Mật Ong Gừng (kem đá có thể tự làm) 2. Trà Lài, nước dừa tươi, nước xả ép, và một muỗng cà phê dấm ăn CREDITS: Ý Tưởng Format - Richard Vũ Kịch Bả - Dustin Biên Tập - Phan Nhi - Minh Thư Sản Xuất - 1987 Team Hậu Kì - Quốc Huỳnh - Yo Nguyễn Thiết kế Logo - Simon D Phan Hình ảnh Hậu Trường - Trí Bùi Guitarist - Công Danh Sản phẩm có sự hợp tác của Thoughtful Vietnam https://www.facebook.com/thoughtfulmediavietnam/ Xin cảm ơn SHRI RESTAURANT & LOUNGE đã đồng hành cùng Bar Stories! Địa chỉ: Lầu 23 tòa nhà Centec 72-74 Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Dustin On The Go chính thức bắt đầu từ tháng 4 năm 2017 sẽ là ngôi nhà mới của VJ Dustin trên Youtube với các chương trình talk show vui nhộn, phóng khoáng, và hiện đại cùng với nhiều nghệ sĩ nổi tiếng. Hãy luôn cùng đồng hành với Dustin trong mọi chặng đường nhé! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/dustinphuc.nguyen Fanpage ► https://www.facebook.com/Mr.DustinPhucNguyen/ Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/dustinphucnguyen/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ VUI LÒNG KHÔNG ĐĂNG TẢI LẠI (RE-UP) LÊN KÊNH CỦA BẠN. CHÚNG TÔI LÀ YOUTUBE PARTNER NÊN KHI PHÁT HIỆN RE-UP SẼ BỊ REPORT KHIẾN KÊNH BẠN CÓ THỂ BỊ XOÁ HOẶC HẠN CHẾ CHỨC NĂNG.
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O’Connor build a console table using a maple slab with a live edge on it. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 2 days Cost: $300 Skill Level: Moderate Tools List for Building a Live Edge Slab Table: Track saw Hammer Chisel Grinder Palm sander Clamps Router Drill Shopping List: Live edge slab Hairpin legs 80-120 grit sandpaper 320 grit sandpaper Wood glue Scrap wood to use for rails and jig Wood screws Cheap paintbrush Rags Amber shellac Tung Oil Steps: 1. Before doing any work, determine the orientation of the table. Decide whether the live edge should face up or face down, see which face of the slab will look nicest on top, etc. For decorative tables, Tom likes having the live edge face up so it can be really celebrated. For more functional tables, like a dining room table, Tom likes the live edge down so there’s no gap between the flat surface of the table and the person sitting at the table. Mark the sides in the middle that will need to be cut. 2. Lay the slabs on a workbench with the sides you plan to cut facing the outside of the table. Cut straight edges on both sides of each slab with the track saw. 3. Put the slabs back in the correct orientation to check the size. 4. Remove the bark from the live edge using a hammer and chisel. 5. Once the bark is off, smooth out the edges with a grinder. 6. Sand the live edges with the palm sander. Do a few passes, starting with the rough sandpaper and work up to a smoother one. 7. Generously apply a coat of wood glue to both straight edges of the slabs and clamp the pieces together to dry. 8. Once the glue has dried, cut the rough edges on the short sides of the table with a track saw. 9. Sand the top of the table until the glue joint is perfectly blended. 10. Flip the table upside down and mark the desired location for the legs. 11. Cut two pieces of scrap wood to equal size and height and clamp them to the workbench around the tabletop. 12. Make a jig using the scrap wood to hold a router that’s wide enough to slide across the two rails. 13. Determine the appropriate depth to set the router by placing the jig over the four marks for the legs. Lower the router to the deepest point on the four marks. 14. Use the router to cut out four even sections based on the marks. 15. Drill holes in the table for the four legs. Then, screw the legs into the drilled holes with the wood screws. 16. Flip the table right side up on its legs. Apply a coat of amber shellac with the paintbrush to seal it. Let the shellac dry. 17. Lightly sand the table with the 320 grit sandpaper. 18. Apply three coats of tung oil to the table with a rag. Be sure to put the rag in a bucket of water when you’re finished. Let it dry overnight. 19. Apply three more coats of tung oil. Resources: Tom recommends locating a local lumber yard or mill to find live edge slabs. A quick Internet search should help you identify the one closest to you. Give them a call, talk about the project you’d like to do, and see what types of wood they have. Tom and Kevin used a slab of maple from The Rustic Wood Shop (https://therusticwoodshop.space/). For a more modern look, Tom ordered hairpin metal legs to attach to the bottom of the table. He used the 48” I-Semble Hairpin Table Legs, available at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware (http://www.rockler.com/). To adhere the two boards together, Tom used wood glue, manufactured by Gorilla Glue (https://www.gorillatough.com/). Ask This Old House TV Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook. This Old House releases new segments every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Keywords: This Old House, How-to, home improvement, DIY, tom silva, kevin o'connor, build it, woodworking, table, maple, ask this old house Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/net-zero-community-live-edge-ask-toh Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
I'm Dr. SaxLove and I love music from the 40s. This video is such an awesome collection of songs... everyone of them is it's own little masterpiece. And why? Because this is a great style of music being played by musicians who really know their stuff. Join our Dr. SaxLove Patreon Family - help us make more great music and videos: ►https://www.patreon.com/drsaxlove Download the music from this video: ►http://drsaxlove.com/cocktail-party Many of these songs are available as backing tracks at: ►https://backingtracks.pro 0:00:09 - 0:03:41 String of Pearls 0:03:54 - 0:07:17 Straighten Up and Fly Right 0:07:20 - 0:11:20 It Had to Be You 0:11:23 - 0:15:39 Why Don't You do Right 0:15:42 - 0:19:38 Jersey Bounce 0:19:41 - 0:25:30 Misty 0:25:33 - 0:29:40 Paper Doll 0:29:43 - 0:35:04 In a Mellotone 0:35:07 - 0:40:07 Body and Soul 0:40:10 - 0:44:38 Satin Doll 0:44:41 - 0:50:45 Moonlight Serenade 0:50:48 - 0:57:24 My Funny Valentine 0:57:27 - 1:04:17 Nearness of You 1:04:20 - 1:07:15 Take The A Train 1:07:18 - 1:12:46 Harlem Nocturne 1:12:49 - 1:16:39 Summertime 1:16:42 - 1:21:01 Dream Take for instance the bass player, Mike Valerio. Here's a guy who, at the time, was the principal bassist for the L.A. Philharmonic Orchestra. He's also played on about 1,000 tv shows. Anyway, during the recording session for this album, between takes we would meet in the control room and talk about the songs. But Mike, because he was so busy at the time, would fall asleep on the couch. However, he would wake up in the middle of a conversation, add a comment or two that were always right on, then go back to sleep! It was remarkable! His playing on this album is PERFECT. There is not one note that isn't exactly right, I swear it! Or take Red Young, the genius on the grand piano. Has toured with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Joan Armatrading, Dolly Parton, Tanya Tucker, Eric Burdon and Linda Ronstadt with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra; Plas Johnson, Big Jay McNeely, Johnny Reno, Marcia Ball and others and Dan Hicks. Okay? Also, he really is a genius. Just listent to the way he plays piano on this album. His notes just dance! And he SO captures the style of this music. It's pure delight to hear him play. Or take Doug Mathews, the (as he calls himself) drummist. Again, every note perfect. And in one take! Sensitive, subtle, groovin' and swingin'. Masterful and beautiful drumming! Finally, the songs themselves. I really did labor over the selections on this album, and for a long time. And then, after finding them, I took great care in their preparation, finding just the right key to perform them and just the right arrangement to maximize the pure swinging jazz pleasure these songs have to offer. In fact, at this moment, I'm listening to Paper Doll (0:25:33 - 0:29:40) and man it's swinging hard! Thanks for listening - I hope you feel what I mean when I say that you can't help but feel happy when you hear this music!!! It lifts you up and cheers you. Enjoy!!!! ~Dr SaxLove -------- This is a great video to play in the background during a Cocktail Party. It's great restaurant music (music for restaurants), background music, dinner party music, 40s music, cocktail party music, and relaxing music. Dr. SaxLove specializes in smooth jazz instrumental background music. His music is intended for relaxation, study music, dinner music, gaming, sensual times, and any time. Chill saxophone music always sounds good. This is the music of saxophonist Mark Maxwell: ►http://markmaxwellmusic.com If you enjoyed this video and would like to hear and see more, please Subscribe to the Dr. SaxLove Channel (it's free). New videos are published weekly. ►Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/drsaxlove?sub_confirmation=1 Enjoy more great Romantic Music on the Romantic Love Songs Channel: ►https://www.youtube.com/c/RomanticLoveSongsRelaxingInstrumentals #40smusic #jazzmusic #jazzsaxophone #jazzinstrumental #jazzstandards The original albums from whence came this music: http://markmaxwellmusic.com/string-pearls http://markmaxwellmusic.com/midnight-mood http://markmaxwellmusic.com/nearness This is a great video to play in the background during a Cocktail Party. It's great restaurant music (music for restaurants), background music, dinner party music, 40s music, cocktail party music, and relaxing music. This album is available on iTunes here: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id668712852 it is also available for streaming on Spotify here: https://play.spotify.com/album/1iutNpJv4qeWnOBOdmfqAh
Learn how to build a bar at home with Frank Fontana as he takes you through the steps and the tools you will need for this project. Build your own wood bar and make your home a destination for parties where drinks flow with ease. Join Craftsman Club to see the latest projects: http://bit.ly/1MYp03B Watch Craftsman videos about how to build a table: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clJQhjdyK6o&list=PLb35eseAI1U1MLacy8Q-smxkaI4e6btnc&index=1 We upload new videos every week. Subscribe today: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=craftsman Website: http://www.craftsman.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/craftsman Twitter: https://twitter.com/craftsman Instagram: https://instagram.com/craftsman/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/craftsman/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+craftsman/posts This Craftsman video is about how to build a bar.