I like this one and this one the most — really great campaign, New Era.
pretty pretty cool.
I wasnt super impressed by the salads at Inoteca in the lower east side but I did enjoy the truffled egg toast. It consisted of a thick slice of brioche with a truffled egg (probably an egg stored in a container with a truffle overnight) and fontina baked on top served over sautéed asparagus. It also comes with bottarga. I opted for the original.
98 Rivington Street, NYC
The New York Philharmonic plays on the Great Lawn in Central Park in July and its awesome. We brought big blankets and a picnic from Zabars (of course) and laid back and watch the fire flies and listened to classical music. You can bring wine too! If you’re in New York during the summer it would be foolish to miss this.
I hung out in Brooklyn for a day with Sam and he took me to Bierkraft. I have never seen so many different kind of beers and ciders in my life. They also had these cool Growlers that you could buy, fill up and then return or refill once you drank all the beer.
We got delicious, huge, house-made roast beef sandwiches. Unfortunately they didn’t have a liquor license that allowed us to drink inside, so we did without the beer. This place is definitely worth a look, I give it 4/5 Onlies.
This was a pretty cool piece of work: a system of metal tree-branch-like tubes winding and jutting around the roof of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artichoke Pizza is a great late-night spot to get cream of artichoke pizza, crab pizza or a whole baked artichoke. I went back twice and although I’m moderately lactose intolerant, it was definitely worth it.
I got the classic artichoke pizza both nights. It’s the best thing on the menu. If you have a chance, try to have a conversation with the proprietor of the joint as well. He’s a trip.
This was pretty cool to see and it’s smack in the middle of China Town. An interesting place for a synagogue. Check the pictures and check out their website to visit. I’ve never really seen a synagogue like this before.