A Taste Of New York

In the city that never sleeps – two days were not enough to eat the Big Apple.

Fall 2013 


Day 1

Crossing the Brooklyn bridge

Terroir Wine Bar, Park Slope
From the owners of Hearth Restaurant in Manhattan East Village, Marco Canora & Paul Grieco
Whether or not you are a wine lover, once you step inside Terroir you will know that you’re on good soil. 
Hearth & Terrior

Shake Shack’s burger and frozen custard

Day 2

Java Girl, Upper East Side
Finding Java Girl was not an accident – a small cafe that serves gourmet coffee and sandwiches is always on my list. Luckily, my host lives in the neighborhood…

Central Park & St. Patrick’s Cathedral – Food for the Heart & Soul

ABC Kitchen, by Michelin Star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten offers an exceptional farm-to-table cuisine.

Eataly, Flatiron District
Lidia’s Italy is one of my favorite cooking shows especially when I was in school learning Italian cuisine, going to Lidia Bastianich’s book signing was not part of the plan but yet, it was my lucky day – I was in the right place at the right time

The Food Truck scene in Madison Square and a visit to Momofuku

The famous New York Library, Magnolia Bakery and Serendipity

And the best part of the trip was dining with friends

“Wine and cheese are ageless companions, like aspirin and aches, or June and moon, or good people and noble ventures” M.F.K. Fisher


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