Spice Market (NYC)

Final post about dining in NYC…If you’re in the Meatpacking District, don’t go to Spice Market. Or if you do go, just get drinks and appetizers and skip the entrees and desserts. It was our final night of the trip and we didn’t have a dinner reservation. After walking along The High Line and browsing …

Le Pain Quotidien (NYC)

Now that it’s raining in San Francisco, I’m reminiscing about the sunny and warm extended weekend in NYC we had earlier this year. And with our upcoming reservations at Wayfare Tavern, Spruce, Fringale and Farina, I’m looking forward to re-entering the SF dining scene (oh, how I have missed it!) and remembering the good and …

Central Park

I wish San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park were as nice as NYC’s Central Park.

ANDY at MOMA

Now I’ve always been the kind of girl who enjoys art, but typically in the impressionistic style of Monet, Renoir, and Morisot while strolling through the Musee d’Orsay. The Museum of Modern Art in NYC is pretty much the exact opposite of my Parisian memories. And while I have not yet become a lover of …

Jean-Georges NYC

Over Memorial Day weekend, Andrew and I ate our way through Manhattan, starting with the Jean-Georges, the famed 3-star Michelin restaurant. Since all our nights were already booked with Broadway shows, we could only fit in a quick lunch here. We had a wonderful 3-course meal and the French food was excellent. Some of the …