professional morning person.
Locanda Verde, Gramercy Tavern, The Nomad, Diner, or wherever Pastry Chef Shauna Fish Lydon is makin' it rain ice cream and scones these days.
rallied some car-owning friends together to try the baba ghannouj at wafa's in forest hills and the champagne ice cream at max & mina's in flushing.
spicy molasses cookies!
my big plans for june?
you, me, and some BBQ
Eat your tacos, settle your bill, and then go south 3 blocks to Carteles (443 E 6th St btw 1st & A). They recently added desserts to their tiny (but awesome) menu and the Tres Leches Cake is uhhhmazing.
@simon: "Now, what about fun, casual dive bar types of places?"
I love going to Marshall Stack on Allen & Rivington for first dates because it's a warm and approachable neighborhood bar that plays great music at a reasonable decibel so you can actually hear what your date is saying. The limited bar menu is always super tasty (love the duck club and tater tots) and a good reason to linger in case the date is going better than expected. I also like to think that the place leans towards the fun and mischievous side of romantic, but that might just be one too many arrogant bastards talking...
The Show Cabernet Sauvignon 2005 - I'm a sucker for a wine that tastes as good as its [fabulous] label suggests.
dinner reservations at momofuku ko.
Hell's Kitchen on 9th Ave & 47th serves Mexican fusion and is also super romantic and trendy and fun for a dinner date.
The Show Cabernet Sauvignon 2005 - my best friend and I bought it for the funky label (and it was only $15), but it turned out to taste lovely as well!
The $3.50 Parisian Breakfast from Amy's Bread in Hell's Kitchen (half a baguette with butter and Bonne Maman Raspberry preserves + a cup of really great coffee)
The Sit and Wonder cafe in Prospect Heights (688 Washington Avenue
btw St Marks Ave & Prospect Pl; 718-622-0299) sells Stumptown beans.
for now, dessert stuck.
The Betty Crocker Cookbook knows what's up.
lamb gyro in a crispy hot pita pocket with extra veggies and tzatziki sauce.
Souen in Union Square! One planet platter with a side of miso tahini sauce and you're well on your way to delicious [and super healthy] town.
yo, serious eats
do this ‘cue fan a f[l]avor
pass the FastPass, please
Pam Real Thai in Hell's Kitchen!
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