I see no Bojangles' on this list. I'm assuming they'll be in the spicy chicken taste test?
(Because, for the record, Bojangles' >>>>> Chick-fil-A)
Great post, Aaron, though I wish you did this a week later, as Bon Chon will be opening up in Koreatown! http://midtownlunch.com/2010/07/30/new-bon-chon-to-open-new-concept-next-week-did-somebody-say-beer-garden/
Way to go, Melissa and Megan!!! Glad to see Mimi hitting the big time :-)
You go to Kittichai for 2 reasons:
1. The Sunday brunch
2. The Monday "Thai Fondue for 2"
Did not expect how amazing this would be, but try the Bouley Burger at Upstairs, and top it with their applewood smoked bacon!!
(That's all you need to eat for the day mmmmmm)
You spelled "suit" wrong, Goldensteiner.
TWB must be proud hehe
Got a few:
1. Dallas BBQ (ONLY the one on 72nd St. - they take care of their wings)
2. Lion's Head (near Columbia, great for take-out but you go there for the Saturday special)
3. Pluck-U Chicken in Midtown West (Great boned and boneless)
4. Johnny Utah's (a bit expensive, but delicious)
5. Brother Jimmy's
NG! When are you going to Marie Belle on Madison???
WHOA! I wish I could get Heartland Brewery to (sorta) spend $5,000 on me!
NIKKI! You went for chicken pot pie and you didn't try Becky's?? :-(
Speaking of the Slap Chop... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWRyj5cHIQA
If you're disappointed by this place, walk up the street to Marie Belle; delicious chocolate and they have tasting all the time! (It's across from the Nespresso coffee shop, I believe it's between 64th and 65th or 65th and 66th)
You're killing me here, Nikki! I finally have a pumpkin harvest to look forward to...in the Meatpacking District, thanks to Old Navy haha
Sweet tea isn't a complex drink, true, but I believe, like many foods and drinks, that there is an art to making it. My gf's grandfather made it the way @sbelle makes it, and I absolutely loved it.
Keep the comments comin'!
Woohoo! Congratulations, Nikki!!!!!
(and I really need to get one of these...)
Rhong-Tiam on LaGuardia Place. AWESOME Thai food, I'd say the best in the city
PORTERHOUSE. All the way. Preferably from Luger's.