New York, New York
John & I spent four wonderful days in NYC visiting friends, going to Farmers’ Markets, and sightseeing. Here are a few food-oriented scenes from our trip.
|Handmade Organic Bread from Bread Alone|
|Flying Pigs Farm|
We really enjoyed having lunch and perusing the market at Grand Central Station. The history and architecture are amazing as well. The most beautiful train station I’ve been to.
We had a great lunch at Junior’s. I had a brisket sandwich on Challah bread.
We had lunch at Hale and Hearty which has wonderful soups & is reminiscent of Seinfeld’s “Soup Nazi”! It was great. This unique marketplace housed in an old Nabisco factory was completely packed.
|Chelsea Wine Vault|
79th Street Greenmarket
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I was wondering where you had gone! What a fabulous trip…I’ve never been to NYC except for the airport…and you have me longing to work in a trip đź™‚
I gave you a shout out on my blog this AM…I used my give away gift card to buy Nick Malgieri’s Bake! cookbook…found some fabulous recipes to try.
Happy Thursday, my friend!
I’ve tagged you on my blog to play an Easter game if you’d like đź™‚
Hi Susan, the photos look amazing, thank you for sharing them. New York City is one of the best places in the world for a foodie to be in. Looks like you had a great trip!
Pacheco Patty says
We just made a trip to New York and it was so much fun. You really have some nice pictures here, my mouth is watering for the challah;-)
Great photos…I love NYC! Living only an hour away ,we do get to go in often. My daughter and my son both went to college in the city and my son still lives there. I love Chelsea market! Amy’s Bread is the best!!