This new blog series is meant to help you take the guesswork out of exploring New York City’s food scene when you are only in town for a couple of days.Volume 1of Eating New York City explored Williamsburg, Harlem and more. Today I have a new 2-day itinerary to help you take a bite out of the Big Apple. Ditch the car, hop on the subway and let’s go Feeding Off The Rails!
Day 1 – Eating New York City – 2 Days – (Vol 2)
Start your first day eating New York City with some fantastic bagels, cream cheese, smoked fish and caviar at Sable’s on the Upper East Side. I love the Continue reading →
“Some folks like to get away, take a holiday from the neighborhood. Hop a flight to Miami Beach or to Hollywood. But I’m takin’ a Greyhound on the Hudson River Line. I’m in a New York state of mind.” – Billy Joel.But how do you have a diverse food experience once you get there? Here’s my new blog series about Eating New York City in 2 Days. Ditch the car and ride the subway to the following restaurants across NYC’s different boroughs!
Day 1 – Eating New York City – 2 days
Start your first day off atRuss & Daughters Cafeon the Lower East Side of Manhattan which is old New York City. This cafe is an extension of the iconic deli two blocks south which has been feeding New Yorkers since 1914. This important Jewish deli has Continue reading →
Buon Giorno, mi amici! After careful research, I give you my picks for “19 Best Chicago Italian Restaurants Accessible Via Mass Transit”. What are you waiting for? Let’s hit the rails and get fed!
**Click on the restaurant names for more information and directions.
The Gold Coast
Nico Osteria – This Italian seafood-centric restaurant is located in the Thompson Chicago Hotel. People adore the brunch, lunch, and dinner here. I love swordfish and this grilled swordfish ‘nduja did not disappoint. The sexy, vibey atmosphere makes it one of the 19 Best Chicago Italian restaurants you need to visit.
Chicago’s West Town neighborhood is a somewhat gritty part of town which includes a stretch of Chicago Avenue that many residents and visitors never explore. This makes me very sad but I get it. West Town does not have the same vibey caché as River North or the West Loop, but I highly recommend you get off the beaten path. Hop the CTA Blue Line or the #66 Chicago bus and try the tasty cuisine at the following West Town restaurants. Seriously. Continue reading →