If you have a 3D printer, feel free to bring the following photos to life. Otherwise, imagine yourself eating delicious food and escape the reality of potentially drowning in snow.
The other night, I found myself at a happy hour at Dos Caminos on Third Avenue. While it’s usually known as a lively Mexican restaurant, on this snowy Saturday afternoon, it became the hub for any and all post-grad degenerates.
I’m an easily excitable person, but few things make me happier than good food. ESPECIALLY good Korean food.
If you’re bored at home on a lazy Sunday, this is the perfect thing for you!!! No words, just photos (sort of)! Here are some tasty things I’ve eaten recently:
My wonderful and creative friend Krit (he’s awesome, check him out here) has become one of my go-to city eating partners. We are always looking to eat at places with delicious food, but with Krit in particular, places that have a nice ambiance.
While I wish I had crossed the Atlantic this past weekend, I stayed in the city and did what every 22 year-old does on a Sunday – brunch. In terms of food and atmosphere, this was definitely one of the best brunches I’ve experienced.
Since there’s so much to do and see in the big city, I often find myself looking for just a quick, cheap bite to eat, whether it’s a sit down or a literal grab n go. So if you happen to be wandering around yourself and need some recs, here are some of my most recent stops … More Quick and Cheap(ish) NYC Bites
My dad, the only person who cares about food more than I do, had been pressuring me to go to Casa Mono & Bar Jamon for the longest time. I finally made it there with my friend CJ at the end of summer and now I would say it’s one of the best restaurants in … More Mi Casa es Casa Mono
One of my favorite places in New York that involves food is Eataly. But I guess food is my favorite, so it’s just one of my favorite places in general.
So to get the ball rolling on my food life again, I’ll start with some of my personal recipes. They’re all absurdly easy, but hopefully they’ll give some of you fellow post-grads (or people who have a kitchen but are still relatively lazy) some dinspiration.