Ok San Francisco, your #icecream game is legit. Tried “secret breakfast” and “pepper & mint chip” but my fave was “Harvey Milk & honey graham.” (at Humphrey Slocombe)
Not quite Lukes but a solid #lobsterroll indeed. (at Lobster Joint)
UES residents in-the-know head to Elio’s for #meatball Wednesdays. Got mine over spaghetti because… #carbs 🍝❤️ (at Elio’s Restaurant)
Best way to enjoy the #BigAppleBBQ? 1. Buy a fast pass. 2. Get there at 11am. 3. Bring a blanket and situate yourself on the lawn, in the shade. 4. Get this beef brisket and sausage combo from Salt Lick BBQ. Spicy sauce and meats are to DIE for. Tips courtesy of @sandwichsurprise
RIP #pastrachos at Citi Field. Luckily Pat LaFrieda was there to console me with a #steaksandwich. (at Delta Sky360 Club - Mets Citifield)
In the mood for spice? How about some grilled blowfish? Or beef ribs in massaman curry? Drawn to fish sauce or shrimp paste? If so, Uncle Boons is for you. And it certainly was for me. If Chicken pad thai is your favorite #thai dish, best to steer clear. (at Uncle Boons)
I have died and gone to #Korean heaven. Well at least I assume they would serve this delicious #shortrib, buttercup squash and rice cake casserole there (aka Spicy Galbi Jjim). I better start praying to Korean Jesus. 🙏 (at Cho Dang Gol)
Reading an issue of Glamour filled with tips, tricks, dos, don’ts, how-tos, etc. got me thinking… I should do the same for dining topics. So here is my inaugural set of Calimari Tips. We’ll keep them nice & short in 3’s.
1. DO ask for a corner table when the hostess tries to seat you in the middle of the dining room. Most of the time, it’s available.
2. DON’T settle for a steak that’s not cooked to your liking. It’s ok to send that steak back when it’s under- or over- cooked.
3. DO ask questions about the menu. It’s a waiter’s job to know every ingredient in the dish and how it’s prepared.
Loving all things #toast