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  1. Where to go, bar snacks close to Penn Station / Madison Square Garden? BTW Do New Yorke's refer to Madison Square Garden as MSG?
  2. We visited NYC last weekend for our annual trek and stopped by a new places, one being the Heatonist at Chelsea Market. As a fan of the Youtube series, Hot Ones, it was fun to try a couple of the lower hot sauces at the counter. Heatonist 75 Ninth Ave, Chelsea Market - Lower Level, New York, NY 10011 (718) 599-0838
  3. "L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon may be the world’s most expensive restaurant chain." Ouch. I don't know what stings more - that line or the two star rating. "A New Link in the World's Most Expensive Restaurant Chain" by Pete Wells on nytimes.com
  4. Jim Lahey, he of the great Sullivan Street Bakery and he who sorta brought no-knead bread to the masses, opened Co. back in January, 2009. Sometimes, places are open for a long time before I get there and such is the case with Co. But, I'm glad I did, and I probably will be back, for a pizza pretty much unlike any other in NYC, and pretty delicious, too. With our salads, we ordered the pizza bianca, which is way different from any pizza bianca we've ever had in, say, Rome... Then we got down to a Pizza Rosa, simply crushed tomato, garlic, fresh oregano and chili...
  5. With fresh articles about it in the Wall Street Journal and Fast Company, and having just returned from my third visit, I figured this would be a good time to talk about “Sleep No More”— quite likely the most fun thing I’ve ever paid money to do. For the kid in all of us, what is the most frustrating aspect of going to the theater? You watch a compelling story unfold in front of you, but you’re physically separated from it — trapped in a seat for several hours looking at a distant stage with well-defined boundaries. “Sleep No More,” an award-winning immersive experience in Manhattan’s Ch
  6. "David Chang Opens His Momofuku Tonight with Italian Food and No Tipping" by Sierra Tishgart on grubstreet.com (I would read the above article instead of just relying on the title, which is not entirely correct.) "David Chang Opens Korean-Italian Momofuku Nishi Tonight in Chelsea" by Nell Casey on gothamist.com "What To Expect from Momofuku Nishi, David Chang's Korean-Italian Fusion Spot" on metro.us
  7. We ventured through the Chelsea Market on Saturday as it drizzled outside. I bought some food writing pens at Elenise as a present for someone. http://chelseamarket.com/elenisnewyork/ This reminds me of a place that would do well in Old Town. Very expensive cookies, but cute and the buy a blank one with just white icing and decorate it with a pen is a pretty good idea. I am sure they do lots of birthday parties there. Stopped in the Bowery Kitchen Supply and picked up a few things, this was probably one of my favorites in the market. Got some doughnuts from doughnuttery that were go
  8. A week ago, a few friends and I had dinner at the brand new Chelsea restaurant, Montmartre. It's taken me a week to write about it, because basically it took me that long to digest all the food we ordered. That's a bit of a joke; but seriously, we probably ate our way through 70% of the menu, ordering "the whole top half," per one of the attendees, as well as 3 (or was it 4?) of the main courses, all the sides, all the desserts - or, in our lingo, the bottom half of the menu... Now trust me, I don't normally order (or eat) like this, but when I'm with a bunch of people who are a good de
  9. Walked over to this renovated West side diner near the High Line last night with the wife. The outdoor seating was packed but there were plenty of empty tables inside. Service was friendly and professional and enthusiastic if not always prompt. We weren't that hungry so we shared a matzoh ball soup with bone marrow, The Wife had a grilled cheese and I had the burger, medium rare. All was good, not sure if anything was great. I would recommend if you're nearby, not sure if it's worth a trip. According to the diner's website they plan on being open 24 hours a day in the future. The sou
  10. I came across Coppelia because I was looking for a spot that's open for breakfast at 7am on a Sunday. Coppelia is open 24 hours. (I wasn't in the mood for a 24 hour Korean place.) It calls itself a "latin diner." I started out as the only customer, and the server was friendly. I had the huevos rancheros, a side of tostones, strawberry juice, and a cortaditos (espresso/foamed milk - came unsweetened). The huevos rancheros were 2 eggs (arrived with broken yolks), creme fraiche type cream, and tomatillo salsa on a crispy tortilla with beans and rice underneath. (Picture below.) I enjoy
  11. Five years after it opened, Hill Country Barbecue is revisited by Pete Wells just in time for July 4th. For our New York brethren, Hill Country launched a second, 13,000-square-foot restaurant in Washington, DC last year on March 12th. Here's the thread in the Washington, DC forum. And for perspective, here's Adam Platt's 2007 New York Magazine review. Also, Peter Meehan's 2007 "$25 and Under" New York Times review. Cheers, Rocks
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