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Momofuku Ssam Bar

New York City has a lot, A LOT, of restaurants, and people love, LOVE, to talk about them. For some it’s a way of showing you are “in the know” about an obscure place no one else has discovered.  For … Continue reading

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Several years ago my husband and I had dinner at Babbo a few weeks before Christmas with some friends.  After that meal, we decided to make it an annual event.  It has become my favorite Christmas tradition.  I look forward … Continue reading

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Cornelia Street Cafe

Brunch is a big deal in New York City.  Everyone loves brunch: on any given Saturday or Sunday you’ll find girls in their twenties gossiping about last night’s escapades while wearing yesterday’s make-up, old men working their way through the … Continue reading

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Tea and Sympathy

Some things just don’t translate.  You have to experience them for yourself.  Like, why you should only eat tomatoes in the summertime and never from a grocery store.  Why you can catch fruit flies with amazing accuracy so long as … Continue reading

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La Esquina

From the outside, La Esquina looks like it could stand to set aside a part of its budget for a little upkeep.  The exterior paint is fading and the signs advertising food are missing letters.  I am not sure if … Continue reading

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Jacob’s Pickles

There is a lot to love about Jacob’s Pickles.  I love that the Upper West Side has a proper gastropub that is heavy on southern influence.  I love the long and eclectic beer list. I also love that when I … Continue reading

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I am what you would call a red-meat-eating kind of girl. I was raised in the landlocked state of Wyoming where nearly all bodies of water were man-made. Sure, there was the occasional creek or mountain lake, but by far … Continue reading

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