New York: Yummies


Such a cute little place, a small bistro with light entrees. 
(picture from site)

The best coffee in town! The waitress said the coffee was Stumptown.

Cute Factor! 

Can't you picture having a date night in the corner of the cafe? 

The place to go if you want a hip, loud, fun dinner. The menu is basically comfort food, updated. And it's open 24 hours!

The host was kind enough to seat us in the back, away from the crowd. 

Kid's Menu! The restaurant is not just for teens. 

I had an excellent salad-prosciutto,  rocket, cheese, roasted peach. (which I plan to re-create!)

H had the mash potato, green beans and meatloaf.
Everyone at the table raved about the tomato sauce on the meatloaf.

One of Martha Stewart's favorites. Good traditional french cooking. I felt it was a bit heavy for my taste.

Pork Belly with mash potato, mushroom gravy and an egg.
I could of done without the egg. 

Shepherd's Pie with duck. 

A cute bakery on the side of the restaurant to grab a cup of coffee, pastry or small lunch. 

One of our favorite spots! (Well, just M and I) We stopped here twice.


224 Lafayette Street
NY, NY 10012
Tel. 212. 510.8550

Cafeteria (Chelsea)
119 7th Avenue 
NY, NY 10010
Tel. 212. 414.1717

Balthazar (SOHO)
80 Spring Street
NY, NY 10012
Tel. 212. 965. 1414 (reservations)

Babycakes (East Side)
248 Broome Street
NY, NY 10002
Tel. 1.855.462.2292


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