Ever since I graduated from Brooklyn College, I just knew that this 9 to 5 thing was not for me. Which is why I settled for 8 to 4! But after doing this for 25 years, and much deliberation with Mrs Z, I finally reached the turning point. In August 2016 I left my Software Engineering job in Hell’s Kitchen to pursue some new ventures and dip my toes in entrepreneurship. You can still count on me on all your Hell’s Kitchen food news as I have many friends in the area and still spend a considerable amount of time there. I have a special connection to Hell’s Kitchen that is not going anywhere.
I’ve always been interested in the tourism business. Before I became a guide I was running Hell’s Kitchen food tours for free, partially because of my struggles to find affordable, similar local experiences abroad, but mostly because I really enjoy showing people the “Real NY”. The more I travel, and the more time I spend on Trip Advisor forums, the more things become clear to me as far as people wants and needs. Visitors want to meet locals and have the “local experience” but not really sure how to achieve it. Visitors want to see and experience Brooklyn, but don’t really know how.