Can somebody please tell me when it became cool to be mean?
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.
The title is misleading. By “cope,” I meant the abbreviation for Copenhagen. Heh… My friend who had studied abroad in Copenhagen took me and one other friend to a Danish restaurant for brunch called Aamanns-Copenhagen. They specialize in smørrebrød (don’t make me pronounce that), a traditional Danish dish with various ingredients on top of rye bread. … More How to Cope in NYC
Whenever I’m scoping around the internet or Foursquare, I see that all the Korean girls go to this place called Queens Park in Seoul. I then asked one of my friends about it and he said it’s where all the ajumas go. For those of you who don’t know what an ajuma is, an ajuma … More Queens Park: Ajuma Central
Sunday Summer Brunches have finally begun!! I arrived in Manhattan on Saturday night and the first thing I did the next morning besides wake up WAY TOO early was go to brunch with some of dearest homies. Since this is my first summer in the city, I’m not too familiar with a lot of eateries … More Sunday Brunch Reinstated: Northern Spy Food Co.
I should, but…ya no. I wrote a while ago that I had visited Esselon Café for the first time, and since then, I’ve gone back way too many times. I also didn’t know that they served dinner, but it was so good, if not better than the brunch. I highly recommend the Grilled Cheese and … More I Should Probably Stop Eating Out So Much
The other night, I decided to “mupload” some food pictures on Facebook. As per usual, I got generally hostile comments such as “DIE” or “I hate you.” I chuckled a little to myself and went to bed. The next morning, I woke up and something was a little off. A little become a lot and … More Karma and 14 Things I’d Rather Be Eating Right Now
Considering the number of times I’ve driven past it and been told to go, I still hadn’t been to Esselon Café, just off of Route 9. Sometimes I think the town of Amherst exists only because the college does, so it was nice to drive a little bit out of the bubble and see people … More Esselon Café: Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free and every other Dietary Fad and Restriction
Yet again, I found myself at another hip brunch spot, just a five minute walk from where I live. I had read that the concept of this place called Supernature was, unsurpisingly, health and organic food. Missing my California granola life, I decided to go with a friend and have a yummy Sunday brunch. As … More Supernature is Supergood