I don't know if anyone will respond to this, but I am desperately seeking that donut dog bed for my pup! Anyone know where I can get one in NYC? The internet was no help.
Since I haven't been to Peter Luger, the Strip Steak at Club A is phenomenal.
If you're lost you can look and you will find me... Taim after Taim.
Earl's Beer and Cheese: Kimchi and pork belly. Need I say more?
Del Posto and Dirt Candy! It's a tie.
Cooked by my Jewish grandma, aka no food processors in sight — hand-shredded potatoes means more love and time put in to make them delicious!
I'm probably in the minority here, but Ilili!
This summer, it's been a myriad of different-colored asparagus! I feel like every time I stop by the green market, there's something new popping up. I'm obsessed with short-season veggies like ramps and fiddleheads, but my go-to produce includes corn, avocados, and various fruit for summer sangria!
I desperately miss working in Midtown — mostly for Kwik Meal! Dreaming of their Kati rolls (even though Biryani was just one block away.)
I love Chobani, but the thing that excited me most about this post was Wegmans. I'm from upstate New York, and it was a big part of my lifestyle growing up. I mapped it, and from my UES apartment, it's an hour drive. Is that how you two trekked out there?
I don't have a sweet tooth, but that Fried Chicken Luther from D.C.? I could get behind that. Replace the chicken with a medium-rare burger, add a ridiculous amount of cheese -- and hell, maybe some bacon jam? -- with no vegetables. Straight-up meat and bread.
Manning the grill for my late grandfather while he whipped together awesome condiments and sides.
A smorgasbord of meat, of course!
Did you meant to type "worth nothing" or "worth nothing"? It completely changes if I should bolt down there or not!
The Gourmet Cookbook!
This is the neighborhood guide I've been waiting for! Finally -- my actual UES neighborhood.
Betty's ridiculous international dinner party!
It's never going to happen, but I'm going to throw a TIE out there because I'm clearly not an avid football fan. 23-23!
Watching the Puppy Bowl and cooking up a storm!
Thank you! I've read about almost all of these places, but have yet to check them out. Also, this talk post was featured on the SE:NY homepage today! So double thank you for reading and responding.
Le Bernardin and She & Him (and it rhymes!)
Thanks! I've brunched on the UWS before, but I'm trying to find a nice place in my neighborhood to take family. Thanks for the suggestions, everyone!
Lately, it's been atop roasted salmon, lightly seasoned with lemon, salt, and pepper. Sometimes on a salad, sometimes over rice. The possibilities are endless!