Love these rail to trail conversions. Brilliant, and the barons must be turning in their wealthy graves.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
When you get brought a breakfast like this, you know what love is. All those years I thought it was about something else but it turns out that food is the key.
Now it’s more like the back of a knee. Port Authority area along 8th avenue sure has changed a lot. Much less sleaze and surly threat. And sitting in Dean & Deluca is a much better option than waiting at … Continue reading
It is about 200 degrees in new york city today. All I want to know is why we don’t just eat watermelon all the time?
Sofra is the bakery owned by the Oleana folks, and it is a knockout food experience. Over the Watertown line from Cambridge and worth the trip. Gorgeous varieties of baked goods coming sweet and savory in a Turkish way. Like … Continue reading
Lovely museum, so welcoming and enjoyable. Especially the cafeteria garden. What really impressed me was the character of the museum, evident in both the thoughtful layout and organization of the collections, the voice that came through in the printed descriptions … Continue reading