Yup—I’m back at my favorite brunch spot in Manhattan: Sarabeth’s. What’s that old phrase? All roads lead to… Sarabeth’s? Probably not, but it should be. Anyway, my friend and I met up at Sarabeth’s for brunch yesterday because she had never been and I’ll gladly convert anyone to that magical place. Surprisingly, I branched out and ordered a new breakfast item! So here’s the scoop. Name: Sarabeth’s Location: 40 Central Park South Time: 11 am on a Saturday Order: Skim latte ($4.50) […]
Before I begin my praise for PAUL’s pastries and this apple tart’s splendor, I will apologize for my recent paucity of posts. It’s midterm season here at Georgetown and my studying has demanded more time than I’d like to spend. The good news is that I’m returning with a review of ONE OF THE BEST TARTS I HAVE EVER CONSUMED. MY, OH MY. My last review of PAUL covered a bisque and a croissant, which were both delicious, but this one […]
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After a futile search for the Calexico Burrito Cart, I decided to give Taim another try. About two weeks ago, I went with my editor on a lunch break. A fellow vegetarian, she told me Taim falafel was even better than Mamoun’s (which I love and only costs like $3!) and Maoz (which I first tried and fell in love with in Madrid). Unfortunately, I was really underwhelmed and turned off by the (in my opinion) inordinate amount of cucumber. […]