Nicole Cornella


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  • 4 months ago | Guides

    Pick up these last-minute items from Trader Joe's and you've got the makings of a big-game watch party right in your fridge.

  • 6 months ago | Holidays

    From last-minute gifts for your doorman to no-fuss dessert options to make the holidays a tad easier, Trader Joe's has stepped up its holiday game this year with amazing last-minute finds. Most items are only available during the holiday season, s...

  • 7 months ago | Holidays

    Thanksgiving is creeping up on us. If you're hosting, the pressure is on. If you're visiting family or friends, don't show up empty-handed. Whether you're planning the feast or bringing a side, Trader Joe's is a mecca for holiday finds. We scoured...

  • 3 years ago | Guides

    This year, Cinco de Mayo falls on a Friday. So local Mexican restaurants and tequila-pouring bars will have a prime opportunity to make the most of hosting mariachi bands and serving discount tacos and tasty margaritas. Here are some of the best C...

  • 3 years ago | Holidays

    Not only are there prix-fixe options, but many spots are also offering fun alternatives to the traditional romantic dinner for two. Think wine-and-chocolate pairings and heart-shaped pizzas. Almost every eatery in the area is offering a special me...

  • 3 years ago | Cheap Eats

    The Miami Dolphins didn't make it to Super Bowl LI, but that doesn't mean the parties won't happen. Super Bowl Sunday is upon us. Though almost every watering hole will host a viewing party, there's nothing better than kicking back at home with a ...

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