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bottle of Burgundy
rip Anne Russ Federman 1921-2018
Very happy with this!!
RIP Kenny Shopsin
Chez P. last week......so many tasty things, my main below
Still expensive, but this $270 deal for a very decent vitamix (which I have lusted after for years) is the best price I've ever seen. Refurbished, but comes with full warranty. I know there are some Ninja fans here, and this price still doesn't come close, but having just got the vitamix I can say that it is everything I had hoped for. Amazing machine.
Estadio DC was fun!! Suitcase Gin selection ran us over budget, top one $18 but magical....
While accented with fruit and sugar to a high degree on some dishes, we loved The Dabney DC......
NJ farmers market living
too far uptown some say, some say run up there for the jam/butter sandwich
Last night was Wheeler in Wheeler, great people wine food, new star on the coast!! Owner was once booker for Knitting Factory for 3 years....
Costello's (the Overlook) e 44th St and 3rd ave NYC cartoon murals
I ate bunny for Easter dinner (rabbit stew at Brooklyn Beet Co.) Is that wrong?
My close wine mates suggest this place for awesome food (and BYOB at the moment)
MUST EAT HERE!!
Key players: Junghyun ‘JP’ Park, Ellia Park
Target open: April
Modern Korean banchan-inspired restaurant Atoboy quickly became a hit when it opened in 2016, run by chef JP Park, an alum of Michelin-starred Jungsik, and partner Ellia Park. For their sophomore restaurant, the duo will be going even more upscale with a Japanese tasting menu-style restaurant and cocktail bar at Atomix in Kips Bay. The kaiseki menu, though inspired by the hyper-seasonal dinners common in Japan, will still focus on Korean fare — in hopes of expanding New Yorkers’ idea of what food from the country can look like. 104 East 30th St., between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue, Kips Bay