Web Bites – NOLA dining guide, couture café, NY subways sans trash cans

A highlight of the best online reads each week from each of our cities and the most Untapped places across the globe

The Untapped Web Bites are editor picks of the best online reads of the week from each of our cities and the most Untapped places across the globe.




Soon to be unlawful: cabs honking their horns amid an MTA theory: less garbage by eliminating trash receptacles. [Gawker] [NY Times]

The recent passage of gay marriage in New York is stirring some controversy in a small upstate NY town. [Wall Street Journal]

The Tumblr title  says it all: Halloween or Williamsburg? [Tumblr]



SF chef of acclaimed Mission Chinese shows Martha Stewart how to make noodles. [SF Eater]



Boutique couture sweat shop. While the name is slightly questionable, the idea is just awesome. [Girls Guide to Paris]

The 2011 New Orleans Dining Guide is out, complete with 100 Great Places to Eat and the Top 10 Restaurants in the city. [NOLA]



The first of its kind, the new Maritime Experiential Museum and Aquarium, explores Southeast Asia’s trade waters from the 9th-19th century. [Resorts World Sentosa]



Not only does this French super-stadium have, among other things, a BMX track, 3 rugby fields and an archery round, it also supplies itself with its own energy sourced from renewable resources. [Inhabitat]



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