The burger: so humble, yet also so easy to mess up. Sometimes it’s being too dry or too plain or too charred. But there are some places in NYC that get it oh so right.
As a “last hurrah” pasta dinner for law school, G and I decided to head over to Del Posto. We could not have chosen a better place.
(Title referencing Finding Nemo). There is some good sushi in New York. Let’s talk about two of them.
My friend, MH, introduced me to Chef’s Table by showing me the Ivan Ramen episode. That began a glorious quest to eat lots of delicious ramen in New York.
A year or so ago, I saw a cascade of posts about the mafaldini in Lilia on Instagram. And posts about that pasta kept reappearing on Instagram for a solid month. I knew I had to try it.
I’ve known my friend J since my 1L year. In fact, he was one of my first friends, and one of our favorite things to do together is going out to fancy dinners. So we trekked out on a fairly rainy Saturday for a stunning meal.
I’ve been to Lafayette many times before, but usually for brunch or for burgers. But on Monday, I went for a three-course dinner
New York has lots of good food. But Restaurant Week is still magical. This year, one of the places I went to was Untitled At The Whitney.
My last blog post was a bit depressing, and this past year has been wild, to say the least. But it hasn’t all been doom and gloom
My parents and I have a tradition that goes back so long that we can’t remember when it started. Every year, we see the Christmas lights in NYC. Every year, without fail. And every year, it’s magical.