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Athena Chang
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Lives in Long Island City, NY
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Search Engine Marketing
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  • Sapient Corporation
    Search Marketing Sr Analyst, 1 - present
  • Ai Media Group
    Search Engine Marketing, 2008 - 2014
  • TheLadders.com
  • Liquidation.com
  • Ambinternet.com
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Long Island City, NY
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Taipei - Taipei, Taiwan - Washington, DC - New York, NY
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  • Georgetown University
    2003 - 2005
  • National Taiwan Normal University
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I personally think the Wakayama ramen I got was OK. It was rich and not overly salty. I had some pretty juicy chicken meat but it is not impressive in any way. The ramen is the thin wavy type. Overall, it is not an impressive joint but in the this neighborhood, it is at least better than the ones you would find in a deli. I do want to try their ramen burger and see what that is all about though.
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I love OOtoya. It is so Japanese and the food is refined and delicate but not overly pricey. I got their kimchi hot pot set and it is plenty of food. It comes with a small bowl of pickles, steamed egg and a big stone pot of kimchi tofu pot. For dessert, you must try their Japanese style cheese cake because it is super delicious! I would definitely come back to try other dishes here.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
This cafe is popular and crowded during peak hours. There are tons of people buying breakfast. I was craving for bagels so I came in to try their whole wheat bagel with eggs. The line worked pretty efficiently until I paid and had to wait for a while. I would think it shall be rather fast making a bagel sandwich? I guess I was wrong. The bagel is fluffy and solid. The sandwich could use more seasoning though to be honest. Overall, the bagels are fresh and good and they offer not just bagels but salad, juices, pastries and more. It is a one-stop shop for all.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
If you are afraid of the grease and fat in Southern Cuisine, please do not read further because the content of this post might give you a cardiac arrest. I came to Yardbird via a coworker's recommendation when I visited Miami. Luckily, I get to expense my dinner so I went all out. I started with their No.1 dish, Mama's Chicken and Biscuits. I was so hungry from my 3 hour flight from NYC I gobbled down the whole plate, which consists of two fried chicken thigh sandwiched in buttery biscuits and some pickled onion and okra. Then, I figured why not have some green while I consumed a super fattening pile of butter and protein? Their charred okra is a winner. I have never tasted okra so good before. Even though I was full up to my throat, I decided to try their Mississippi Mud Pie with a scoop of Espresso Ice Cream on top. It is AMAZING! It is rich and chocolaty. If I weren't too full, I would have eaten the whole slice. Did I mention their Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade is also a great cocktail you can't miss? It is sweet, strong and refreshing. This is definitely a spot I will revisit. Maybe tomorrow :)
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
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I love their empanadas here! They are baked fresh and warm from the oven. They have a lot of different varieties and the green mayo sauce is awesome to go with your empanadas. The price ranges from $1.99 to $3.75 and you can easily be full with the big size empanada. I really like the Argentine ones.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
From outside, New Toasties looks just like any other deli place in NYC and in a way it is. However, their fresh sandwiches are exceptional. I ordered their Jerk Turkey sandwich and I was really surprised. The sandwich is lightly toasted with tons of marinated jerk turkey inside with Pepper Jack cheese. It is a huge sandwich and I was really full afterwards. They only have a few small tables and majority of people just order to go. If you are hungry, this is a good lunch spot for sandwiches.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I found this physical therapy clinic via work. They came in to give a free 15 minute massage. I was happy with the result and went in another for a full evaluation with the chiropractor and the doctor. To be honest, I did not have any injury prior or major complaint. Yet, I believe this is more a prevention than a cure for your body. Besides, my insurance covers most of the payment. I have come in again for my chiropractor adjustment and a physical massage afterwards. They really work on my shoulder and back area where I have more pain and knots. Overall, this is a friendly and attentive clinic and they were really open about their price per treatment/visit.
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