Tag Archives: New York City restaurants

The Calorie Count: 3 Great Meals in NYC

As if we needed any more reasons to make reservations in NYC! Our “must go” restaurant list is a long one – and just got longer, thanks to these three memorable meals. One: Cookshop has been popping up on my … Continue reading

Posted in Gastronomy, Life | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Calorie Count: The Usual Suspects

“So what did you do in NYC”? *thinks* “Well, let’s see. We went to lunch. We went to dinner…” *awkward silence* Of course, that’s not all we did. There might have been a breakfast in there somewhere. Just kidding! Oh, … Continue reading

Posted in Gastronomy, Life, New York city | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

There’s no food left in NYC. We ate it all.

I can’t prove it, but it feels like we have walked every one of Manhattan’s 22 square miles this trip. Sometimes en route to cultural enlightenment but – let’s just be honest here -mostly in search of food. The way … Continue reading

Posted in Gastronomy, Life | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Let’s just call it a “nor-eater”.

Well, you didn’t expect us to starve during the storms, did you? Lies I tell myself while it’s sneeting, that odious weather condition between sleet and snow: “I’m burning more calories in the cold.” “No one can see how fat I … Continue reading

Posted in Gastronomy, New York city, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

At Le Coq Rico: the chicken and the egg.

“We’re going to brunch”, said my husband. Yes, that husband. The one who never willingly goes to brunch. Okay. Where? It’s a surprise. And what a surprise it was! A glorious, whimsical, scrumptious surprise. Alsatian chef Antoine Westermann bestowed Le Coq … Continue reading

Posted in All Things Poultry, Animal/Vegetable/Mineral, Chicken Facts, Gastronomy, New York city, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Sweet Indulgence.

What could be more self-indulgent than a quick trip to NYC for no real good reason at all?  Sachertorte, that’s what. I mean, when you’re off the rails already, why not? Let me explain. “Um, we were just there,” said … Continue reading

Posted in Gastronomy, New York city, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Hungry in Manhattan: The Prix Fixe Lunch, Part III

It is a fact. I have better taste in food than in clothes. And this is why, the first time we stepped inside Café Boulud I momentarily considered flight. The graciously appointed dining room brimmed with what author Tom Wolfe, … Continue reading

Posted in Gastronomy, New York city, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments