Having been a pescatarian for about 10 years, I decided to become a meat-eater again on my arrival to NYC. So once I heard about the Bo Ssam at Momofuku Ssam Bar, I needed to gather up some friends to tackle this meat-eating challenge with me.
The past few NYC posts have been rather long, so this time I’m shortening it! Less photos, more eateries! Here I am writing short features for different categories of eateries. As these places are ones I’ve found on-the-go, I had to use my iphone to take pictures, unless I had my camera with me that day.
So for the past few months, I have been hard at work eating my heart out. Luckily I don’t own scales so I cannot say whether my body size has been affected by this, but I’m pretty sure it has. That’s one thing to watch out in NYC… the heaviness of the food!
Hola EST friends from New York City! 3 months ago, I jumped ship and hopped over to the land of hot dogs, bagels and fast food. Here is part #1 of Teresa’s NYC eats.
This afternoon, I decided to do the new york-touristy thing and walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and have my first sample of what’s been voted in a number of circles as New York’s “best pizza” at Grimaldi’s Pizzeria. A reputation such as this, comes with certain things (i.e. lines, long lines). After braving the brisk early autumn weather to cross the bridge, my dining companion and I chose to brave the approximately thirty-minute long line outside for a chance to sample New York’s best.