Some out-of-town friends are visiting and would like to go out for dinner for a birthday celebration. Unfortunately, the foreign exchange is not in their favor and on top of that, they are not adventurous eaters, so thai food and soup dumplings are out. Can you recommend an affordable and not-very-adventurous restaurant?
I will be in the Back Bay area of Boston for meetings and I'm looking for places where to eat, in the affordable realm.
Can anybody recommend a good place where to buy sufganiyot in NYC, preferrably the upper west side?
I tried the Sabars' ones and was very disappointed.
Since 2004, David Lebovitz has used his blog to chronicle the ups, downs, and culinary delights of living in Paris. And we couldn't help but notice that, as a former pastry chef, David tends to focus on all things sweet. In fact he's become the go-to man for Paris pastry, which is a blessing in a city that overflows with sweets. Yes, somehow between blogging, writing cookbooks, and a personal memoir, he found time to sample over 300 pastries in the City of Light. Here are 9 of his top picks.