Browsing by Category: New York City
Tomorrow the Mad Sq Eats festival opens in NYC and you will find Rome’s Trapizzino at the Broken English stall. There, the street food made famous by Testaccio’s 00100, will be served 11am-9pm daily through October 19. Read the full text on the NYT Diner’s Journal here.
This may look like a katieparla-sized portion, but I assure you I shared this feast with friends. For our last breakfast in NYC, Şemsa and I met Sara Rosso at Dominique Ansel’s bakery for coffee and pastries. And one flourless chocolate cookie. Ansel was the Executive Pastry Chef at Daniel, but you won’t find over the top opulent creaties here (more…)
On Sunday, Mamma Parla, Şemsa and I paid a visit to the New Amsterdam Market in Lower Manhattan. I had been anxious to return since my first trip back in December and was excited to find some old favorites were back and in full effect. (more…)
Last night Şemsa and I hopped the L to Williamsburg and strolled through hipster junction to Isa, a not-yet-year-old restaurant on the corner of Wythe Avenue and S 2nd Street. The dinner was insanely brilliant with one exciting and interesting dish after another (except for the duck breast main, which, seemed mainstream and boring under (more…)
This spring and summer I have some fun events in store. Things kick off June 2 with my 10-year college reunion at Yale where I will be speaking at the Class of 2002 Entrepreneurs panel about app and e-book publishing. (I hope to find time to prepare between burgers at Louis’ and slices of clam pizza at BAR!) A few days later (more…)