5 posts tagged restaurant
They make the most buttery, flaky croissants here. If you get the ham and cheese, they even warm it up.
tarallucci e vino, 15 east 18th street, nyc / via instagram
dreams come true
Two years ago I met Tamy and Felipe when they opened up their home in TriBeCa, New York to friends and strangers for a Thursday supper series they called Thursdays at Worth Kitchen. They cooked multi-course dinners for parties of eight every Thursday. It was part experiment (Felipe loves to cook, and for large parties to boot) and partly an extension of their natural inclination to look after guests and share good food.
Tonight is the first night for Comodo, Tamy and Felipe’s new restaurant in Soho.
Congratulations to two of the most loving people I have the pleasure to know. May you fill many stomachs and touch even more hearts in your new home!
morning at marlow & sons
I’d been meaning to visit Marlow & Sons in the morning for their breakfast sandwich but, being one of those relatively attainable, non-urgent life goals, the actual doing of it didn’t happen until today - two years and many urgings (“You have to get the breakfast sandwich…”) later.
I walked in and sat in the front room-cafe-boutique shop to wait for my friend, photographer Clay Williams, to arrive, and took stock of all the linen towels, tote bags, cutting boards, notepads, leather goods, t-shirts, vintage footballs (behind the counter), rain boots and fancy hand soap on display that I wanted to own one day. Aspirational lifestyle for sale at one of Williamsburg’s most popular restaurants.
Guess my next relatively attainable, non-urgent life goal: (more) meals involving butter-laden food and a home filled with handmade custom goods.
Marlow & Sons, 81 Broadway, Brooklyn (718) 384-1441
Learning to reset life and the crazy thanks to Erina. Fluke ceviche, grilled octopus, chicken cooked “under a brick” and Middle Eastern cheesecake at Balaboosta followed by coffee at Cafe Epistrophy - where I took this picture - are good ways to start a new year…
balaboosta, 214 mulberry street, ny (212) 966-7366
*Jason is the original owner of these Warby Parkers but I am secondary owner (and primary wearer).