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Kaitlyn Rosati

Kaitlyn Rosati

USA contributor

Kaitlyn Rosati is a former bartender and law student and a current food and travel journalist. She has traveled to over 70 countries with the primary goal of finding the best food each destination has to offer. Kaitlyn founded the blog No Man Nomad to document her solo chronicles around the globe. When she’s not road-tripping across New Zealand or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, she calls New York City home, where she is often playing piano, singing, and writing music.

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The best lakes to escape to in New York State

The best lakes to escape to in New York State

New York State has over 7,600 lakes, so narrowing down which ones to visit on a weekend getaway or day trip from NYC can feel like a daunting task. Whether it’s for a family-friendly getaway, for wine enthusiasts, or just for a serene city break, we’ve done the legwork for you to make planning your next lake getaway a breeze based on what you’re looking for. RECOMMENDED: 9 gorgeous hidden waterfalls near NYC10 best treehouse Airbnbs near NYC

The best underrated summer travel destinations in the U.S.

The best underrated summer travel destinations in the U.S.

Why is everyone vacationing in the same place? I often wonder this during travel spikes, scrolling social media to see people with nothing in common having the same experiences. Are we all spring skiers now? Is everyone actually having fun, or are we just yielding to a trend? It’s time we all dig a little deeper, skip the cookie-cutter trip and set off somewhere different. Forget what everyone else is doing! Let’s explore our own interests—and while we’re at it, do it where it’s not so crowded. To help you find the perfect underrated summer travel destination, we tapped our network of writers with plenty of experience discovering cool places. We’re showing new sides to cities and regions you already know and sharing choice spots that might be new to you. From wine tasting your way through Boise, Idaho, and encountering wildlife in Oakland, California, to ferry hopping in Southeast Alaska, these aren’t your typical summer escapes. A little less popular and still very exciting, these underrated U.S. destinations are calling your name this summer.

20 amazing women-owned businesses in NYC

20 amazing women-owned businesses in NYC

Running a business in New York City is not for the faint of heart. For women, it’s even more difficult. While there’s never a bad time to support women-owned businesses in the city, March is Women’s History Month. Now more than ever is a good time to put your money where your mouth is and support the ladies of NYC. From unique vintage pieces to perfectly shaped brows to craft beer and cocktails, it’s clear that talent runs aplenty amongst the women in this town. New York City is home to a plethora of women-owned businesses worthy of your wallet. Here are some of our favorites.

The best destinations for female solo travel in the U.S.

The best destinations for female solo travel in the U.S.

Solo female travel is on an all-time rise. Women are finally catching onto the concept that often, the best company is our own. If you’re sick of arguing over where to get dinner, whether you should go hiking or lounge by the pool, or simply needing to use the restroom when your travel partner is in there with the door locked, perhaps it’s time you book a trip, party of one. Solo traveling in the United States can be just as, if not more, rewarding as traveling to far-flung destinations. Plus, the convenience of not having to bring outlet adapters, knowing local emergency numbers, and having cell service and data makes solo traveling feel more at ease, especially for newcomers. Solo female travel is possible anywhere in the world, from Singapore to South Dakota, but if you’re looking for a domestic getaway, here’s where to go. RECOMMENDED: The best cities for singles in the USA

The best NYC hotels with over-the-top holiday decor

The best NYC hotels with over-the-top holiday decor

‘Tis the season for tinsel, ornaments, and all things merry and bright. In true New York fashion, some hotels simply go above and beyond when it comes to the most wonderful time of the year. Even if you feel more like Scrooge or the Grinch this holiday season, we have a feeling these hotels and their over-the-top Christmas decor will manage to make you smile thanks to their festive charm whether you stay there or visit for a tipple. RECOMMENDED: Here's the full list of NYC Christmas light switch-on dates for 2023's holiday season

5 foodie weekend getaways from New York City

5 foodie weekend getaways from New York City

New Yorkers are spoiled rotten when it comes to good eats. The only downside? It can make dining anywhere else in the world a major letdown. If you’re looking for a city escape and want to ensure you’ll be anything but disappointed when it comes to culinary options, these New York destinations are where you’ll want to go. RECOMMENDED: The 50 best restaurants in NYC right now