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andeerew84

  • Location: NY, NY
  • Favorite foods: ricotta, toro, al pastor tacos, 갈비찜 galbi jjim, gnocchi, uni, my aunt's pickled watermelon rind, roasted garlic, white peaches, grilled lamb chops with olive oil salt & pepper... and white manna sliders
  • Last bite on earth: one white manna slider with extra cheese

Latest Comments

Does Mission Cantina Make the Best Burritos in NYC?

@Noah Arenstein Just wondering why you think Dos Toros is emphatically bad? I've been going to the Union Square location ever since they first opened and much prefer them to Chipotle's burritos, so I'm just curious as to why you feel that way.

Super Bowl Party Giveaway: Baby Back Ribs and Pulled Pork

Big Apple BBQ, since I've sadly never been to any of the barbecue hotbeds around the country

AHT Giveaway: Case of Pat LaFrieda Burgers

Try some simple burger recipes; nothing too fancy though.

AHT Giveaway: Case of Pat LaFrieda Burgers

My first bite of a White Manna slider. Heaven on a greasy paper plate.

AHT Giveaway: Case of Pat LaFrieda Burgers

Potato bun, two slices of American cheese, grilled onions, thinly sliced pickles, ketchup

Looking for Corned Beef Hash in NYC

@thesteveroller, it's her baby daddy, not her dad.. but anyone who loves corned beef hash is awesome

Looking for Corned Beef Hash in NYC

second Sarge's- huge portion of it too.. I'm all for old school joints serving up homemade hash, but I'm definitely interested to see if people have some good rec's for places that put their own spin on corned beef hash

Where should I get BBQ in K-town?

I agree that you leave Wonjo reeking of smoke and meat, but they have good quality meat and the banchan is above average. That said, I'd go for Don's Bogam between 5th and Madison. Their banchan isn't stellar, but they have the tastiest meat in K-town in my opinion. Plus, the atmosphere is classy yet casual, and they have an extensive wine list, comparatively speaking.