At Two Little Red Hens…I actually waited in line for these. They were good, really good. Tall rather than wide I would have to be honest, shape matters and in the end I prefer Baked by Melissa. I would probably give Melissa the win on taste also. But, […]
In the Village on Christopher Street at the MCC Theater at the Lucille Lortel Theater. Recommended by The NY Times as one of 5 shows to see if you are in town in September. How could I resist? At intermission now in this tiny theater and loving this […]
All superb. But at Eclair it was the crisper that won. A mound of chocolate and ganache and crunch. On 58th street just off 1st.
Bon Vivant, not my usual stop as i search out chocolates and brownies. But today, on a search for a great baker near the house I stumbled on this yummy vanilla petit four.
My first ever visit to Queens was a reaction to a late flight and a craving for BBQ. Butcher Bar on 30th Avenue answered the call. They use an amazing sauce, have all sorts of wings and burgers and a nice place to sit outside. After dinner we […]
It seems every week or two something new comes to the Joyce. I visit every time I come to NY. With ticket prices in the 50 dollar range I find it very affordable
NYC BALLET ON AOL.COM I JUST DISCOVERED THIS AND DEFINITELY AM GOING TO BINGE WATCH…
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 .