Charlie Bird: Even Better The Second Time Around

This past Friday night, I had an 8:30 reservation at Charlie Bird. As you know from my previous article on The Bird – than you know I am a little obsessed with the place. I chose to go here for a small family dinner, both my sister, her boyfriend, and my cousin never ate here […]

Charlie Bird: The Obsession Continues

Back about a year ago, the Whythe Hotel hosted one of the best days of my life – Prosciutto di Parma Palooza. At this amazing event, different chefs from all over NY had to make a dish that evolves around everyone’s favorite pork product. To name a few, Danny Bowien w/ Mission Chinese (at the […]

Noodle Pudding: The Hidden Gem Located in Downtown Brooklyn

They say even in the worst relationships, you can find one positive thing – for me that positive was learning about Noodle Pudding in Downtown Brooklyn. A few years back I began going to Noodle Pudding, and I try to make it there once every few months. So like most people, you are probably wondering, […]

Del Posto: Best Meal of the Year?

As you could tell from previous posts, our trip to Del Posto was something that both Nicole and I were really looking forward to. Exactly thirty days prior to our anniversary I called at 10:00 on the dot, along with a couple dozen calls between 9:58-9:59, only to hear the pre-recorded message about the hotline being closed. When […]

Joe & Misses Doe: Awesomeness in the East Village

A few months ago I woke up hungover, and didn’t really feel like posting an article. However, it was the morning after the James Beard Awards, so I figured it would be totally irresponsible for a food blogger to not write an article. After I posted it, and put up a tweet, my phone lit […]

Peasant: Authentic Farm to Table, But Italian Style

As you can see from my posts on Bacaro and Apizz, I love all places which spawned from the genius of Frank DeCarlo. Peasant, is possibly my favorite of them all. From the minute I moved into Nolita, I would constantly walk by and try to peep my head into the dinning room – with […]

Toro NYC: Tapas, Octopus, Paella, and Churros

I knew from the beginning, it would be extremely hard to beat last years Valentines Day dinner at Carbone. But, I had a good feeling Toro might be able to do it – or at least get close. Toro definitely impressed me, and I already want to go back. Last summer we went to Boston […]

Piacere: Real Pizza, How its Made in Italy

About a two years ago, a new Italian place opened up right next door to Randolph’s Broome – which made me feel compelled to test out. So I decided to try it, multiple times, and then sometimes order it via Seamless – all in the name of research. The conclusion, the pizza is made and taste […]

WHERE TO EAT

69 Bayard Alidoro Apizz Bacaro Balthazar BareBurger BEST PIZZA Bianca Black Seed Cafe Select Carbone Certe Charlie Bird Claw Daddy’s Dig Inn Seasonable Market Dirty French Dough Doughnuts Draught 55 DUB Pies The Egg Shop Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina Henry’s on the Farm HU Kitchen Joe’s Shanghai Luke’s Lobsters Mercer Kitchen Mile End Deli […]