I am NYC born and bred. I love my city and as I have had the opportunity to travel many parts of the world, I can unequivocally say there is no place like home. Like any New Yorker will tell you being one of a kind is good and bad. Our ethnic diversity is like nowhere else though race and cultural relations are far from perfect.
Who am I kidding, most of the times the various races and ethnicities are segregated, particularly outside of Manhattan, and when forced to interact, it resembles participation in the Hunger Games. I joke again, but New York does have complicated and uneasy relationships amongst its residents. Every race, religion nationality and ethnicity is represented within the city. This hasn’t necessarily resulted in a cohesive melting pot, but the diversity has assured that a great selection of food is offered at every turn. READ MORE