yes they are--was just there on Friday night and the waiters told me--i scooped ed levine?!
devils on horseback!!!---what are angels on horseback?
porterhouse or how (& where) i came to love it--bistecca alla fiorentina
You could go with the room downstairs at Blue Ribbon Bakery
frankie's sputino on clinton street is cool at either lunch or dinner--clinton street bakery is a rip-off except for those biscuits at brunch and the blueberry pancakes!
prune is good for lunch as is via emilia and . joe's shanghai is fun on a blustery day for soup dumplings and getting to know your fellow diners. maybe try lupa for lunch too.
wow if you have that kinda cash to spend on dinner you could really go wild in this city. any of the columbus circle "mall" restaurants would probably do you right. jean-georges is pretty phenomenal for dinner (and they have a $25 lunch deal); cafe bouloud and daniel are an occasion as is wallse, spice market is cool...del posto's food is good but the space sort of creeps me out--it's very funeral home-ish.
meatloaf, mashed potatoes and roasted fennel and red onions
i am hungriest at lunchtime. i can see why spaniards and italians eat big during the day and then siesta time. wish we americans had siesta. i work near a lot of great restaurants so a few times a week i bop over to taim, via emilia or pio maya--i find if i eat a big lunch i'll only eat edamame or crackers or something small for dinner. if i pack a lunch it's usually leftovers-- today thai red curry and a salad or sometimes i'll buy a baguette on the way to the subway and bring a tomato, some brie and some salami with me.
i use my mom's recipe--1.5 ground hamburger; 1 cup of oatmeal; 1/2 white onion chopped; 1 egg; chopped carrot if desired; either fresh or dried basil, 1 cup ketchup
and on top..ketchup and crumbled crackers. delish!
I too dig Blue Ribbon Bakery's basket but I also like the simple rosemary focaccia from Via Emilia...oh yes I love the cornbread basket at Amy Ruth's and if you ask nicely they'll bring you more!
you are on your way with bananas. in morocco they make shakes/smoothies out of avocadoes and bananas-& they're delicious---just add 1 banana, 1 avocado (or 1/2) milk, some honey or sugar and blend. sounds weird but so refreshing!
2 rue Roger-Verlomme, 3e--Le Marais
Métro: Chemin Vert
sour patch kids
skittles...i have to smuggle twizzlers overseas for all my french and turkish buddies--they are missing out on some serious bizness across the pond!
Turner Fisheries at the Westin Hotel in Boston (Copley Place)
I know it sounds weird but they have the greatest clam chowder; eat at the bar--I used to go alot as a child with my folks!
$12 french goat cheese from whole foods in union square ny. now i know why they call it whole paycheck but dang it was gooooood.
parker's maple barn in mason nh has the best doggone breakfast. maple smoked baby back ribs for breakfast? it's #300 in that 1000 places to eat before you die book..
creamy delicious new england ice cream at kimball's farm in jaffrey, nh; don't get a large--they're too big!
Istanbul and Philadelphia
this place is okay. it's better than the rest of the thai restos in the 'hood. i've lived in this neighborhood forever and am so sick of people complaining about the lack of a restaurant scene there...though the immediate food offerings are limited, you can walk up to harlem in 15 minutes and have such amazing, diverse food. if you want to sit on top of a billion restaurants go to the east village with the rest of the herd. i found the portions at thai market really really TEENY. i wanted to get a slice after eating there--not a good sign.
sorry what is "evoo"?
slop sloppy joes
ooof I agree with BaHa. Yuck. This is a food site not an ask Dr. Levine one.
unfortunately i haven't found anything in my hometown of nyc to rave about. i love franklin fountain in philly (mint chip) and kimball's farm (anything! but black raspberry or moosetracks especially) in jaffrey nh with other locations in westford and carlisle ma
-caramel ice cream at the original berthillon in paris (ile saint louis).
-black raspberry at kimball farms in jaffrey, nh (another location in MA).
-mint chocolate chip at the franklin fountain in philly
***i've yet to find an ice cream/gelato in nyc that i am mad for. though i have been gunning to try otto's olive oil gelato! i do like ben and jerry's chocolate fudge brownie out of the carton though!***
ding dong is in morningside. as is the abbey pub. night cafe is fun. note people will talk to you at these places, not necessarily hit on you. especially in a neighborhood bar. especially considering how much this 'hood has changed in 10 years; but you will always find the local character (or 5) at these spots.
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