It took some time to digest what I was seeing. Huge sculptures scattered throughout a hilly pastural landscape. Why? what was this all about. But as we walked and looked and sat and talked it started to come clear. This was for pleasure. Someone was indulging their own […]
Park Slope, 5th Avenue…. and five other bakeries and donut shoppe…. Must return and have a brownie hot fudge sundae. and I mean must! Or try the Chocolate Room on Court Street .
I knew I wanted to go to Brooklyn. I wasn’t sure what that meant. How big is Brooklyn? Is it all safe? how do I know what I will find? Where should I start.
At Lincoln center, just a regular reliable lunch/dinner place. A salad, a piece of fish, a burger. Cafe Fiorello and The Smith are next door to each other..
When I got off the train in the village heading for lunch I wasn’t even thinking chocolate shoppes.. and there it was, beckoning from across the street. “Laura, come here..it’s me Li-Lac Chocolate” And so what choice did I have. Two boxes later – smores, pretzels, truffles and […]
Columbus Circle. And other locations I believe. These were the top rated brownie when I brought them home in June.
I have seen the Fusha Asian take out menu a dozen times, walked past it even more.Last night I finally went in and found both the pan fried gyoza the sushi to be excellent. The Cosmo was weak but effective… I would definitely come back.
What a lovely surprise in every way. I have never been to The Cooper Hewitt before and now I want to live there. Located in an a converted mansion on 91st Street, the museum displays the extensive collections of the two Miss Hewitts, granddaughters of industrialist Peter Cooper. […]
28 Mott Street. Chinatown The Original. What an amazing treat. Not only ws the duck out of this word but we had good dumplings and string beans from heaven.
BUVETTE. Croque Madame followed by think, rich, whipped cream covered chocolate mousse.