It's been one month since many of you started a commendable new trend of adhering to the keto, paleo, no-carb, or fasting diet. Diets are one of the things we struggle with because we have no self-control over our cravings. I can't count the numerous times we've made a midnight drive to Wendy's to get … Continue reading Cheat Day
Wasabi! We loved our experience at DOMODOMO NYC as much as we loved that joke. DOMODOMO is a Japanese restaurant that was New York's first restaurant that specialized in sushi hand rolls. We were immediately interested in this restaurant after looking through their menu online, which boasts interesting dishes such as uni pasta and different … Continue reading What Did Sushi A Say To Sushi B?
We love farmer's markets because we believe that dishes can taste substantially better when the ingredients are fresh and are grown with less pesticides. Although the prices may be slightly higher than the local supermarkets, there are certain things we are willing to splurge on. Last weekend we had the opportunity to walk through the … Continue reading Farmer’s Market Finds
Well, not really. We loved visiting Sleepy Hollow during October because the entire neighborhood is decorated in scarecrows and pumpkins, with an eerie feel throughout the streets. One of the things we enjoyed the most is eating out way through our short visit. Not many people associate Sleepy Hollow with a large food scene but … Continue reading The Curse of Sleepy Hollow
Diners have a bad connotation when it comes to food. People often assume that the food has poor quality with a cheap price tag. We love diners because there's always something for everyone on the menu at any time of the day, which makes it easier when friends with a variety of dietary restrictions come … Continue reading Quaint Diner But Big on Taste
Everyone loves a one-stop-shop to get all their needs, which is why Amazon and Walmart is as popular as it is. Convenience racks up a high price, and when a particular niche is involved prices skyrocket. It's no secret that Brooklyn's Williamsburg is becoming populated with the city's latest trends and booming with a younger … Continue reading Quantity Over Quality: North 3rd Street Market
Imagine walking through a deserted street lined with flickering street lights and abandoned warehouses in the dark, so barren that you could even hear a pin drop. Sounds relatively spooky, doesn't it? Well fortunately for those spending a night out in Bushwick around Scott Avenue, this area was given a major facelift after restauranteurs noted … Continue reading Stay In Your Bunker
After having a series of egg benedict and omelette entrees for weekend brunch, we decided to venture to Marlow Bistro, where their small list of brunch specials would give us some other options that were slightly different than average. We were greeted by a shockingly empty restaurant, possibly because we arrived there around 20 minutes after … Continue reading Pancake Lover’s Daydream