I want to start off by saying that I don’t like chain restaurants but when you have one that uses fresh ingredients and doesn’t make you feel like your ordering a frozen disc then I’m all for it. There are a few Shake Shacks around the city and the wife had been asking to go
Eating and drinking in Midtown can be rather expensive especially in a group setting so when I find a place with a happy hour (or 3) I’m more inclined to check that out after work. The Australian in Midtown has a happy hour with 4 to 6 dollar beers and food menu that fits that
Anyplace that has Dipset and Ghostface on rotation is my type of place. You walk into this spot that’s probably 400 square feet that’s tagged up everywhere with minimal seating. Baohaus in the East village is the spot to get your unpretentious bao on. I tried the Chairman(Pork) Bao and the Birdhaus(chicken) Bao. I love
No this isn’t my New York spin on gumbo, I’m just from New York and make a damn good gumbo. This is my way of going back to a city i love I.E New Orleans without leaving my house. Also this recipe is good for people that have gluten allergies as its gluten free. I
What’s going on. This is a real quick one. Got lunch at Schnippers today in midtown and grabbed some chicken fingers and fries for like 7 bucks. By manhattan prices that’s great and you can’t beat that kind of value and quality.