Maybe it’s my unfamiliarity with the French language but there might be a typo on this place’s name; in any case this is what I’m having for lunch today. No celery is a plus, but too much salt, hair in the salad, and slightly annoyed waitress are, well, minuses. So there.
Dale Levitski Starting To Serve Brunch At Sprout: No Kids Allowed.
Don’t you love when kids are treated like pets?
I started teaching at Stern on Monday, February 24, 2011. As I approached the Kauffman center on what may well have been the coldest day of the year, I saw the Waffles&Dinges truck parked right in front of it on West 4th. I went for it because I had heard so much about it, but their prices had deterred me before in front of Fairway on Broadway @ W74th or in front of DWR on Columbus @76th (feels like they are stalking me).
Waffles & Dinges' Liege Waffle
Really, I don’t know what the big deal is: an undercooked waffle for $5 from a truck. C’est un peu dingue.
My husband and I used our one day of child-free vacation to eat lunch at a new restaurant (the Breslin) and watch a movie (Black Swan).
I picked The Breslin over ABC Kitchen because I am such a fan of the Spotted Pig. It was there that I realized that I could have an excellent meal with my husband AND daughter at a cool, happening restaurant — we went on the early side and were accommodated swiftly; they had a high chair as well as crayons! Ever since we’ve been there many times.
We arrived right before noon in the hopes of beating the lunch crowds, and were one of the first to leave our names on the list for tables, which were being cleared from breakfast and prepared for lunch service. We sat down at 12:25, so the wait for a first seating was already a good half-hour. Continue reading
I really want to like Cafe Frida. It’s the closest Mexican restaurant by my house, and the food is not bad. It serves fancied-up traditional Mexican fare, and although I think it’s a bit expensive for what it is, it would have been convenient to our little sort-of-Mexican family here.
Tacos al Pastor