escaping a rain shower post-ballet at Lincoln Center by diving into P.J. Clarke's conveniently across the street. kept it classic by ordering some of our favorites, old fashioned and burger for him, manhattan and moules frites for me. the gigantic parmesan tater tots though, definitely for the table.
pulled pork & brisket sandwich, buttermilk broccoli salad with bacon
one of the best things to happen to my neighborhood is the amazing bbq served up at Mighty Quinn's on 6th and 2nd. the slow smoked tender meat, the sweet and tangy finger-licking good sauce, and the perfectly pickled cucumbers/celery/red onions/chiles that are offered up as free sides takes this texan girl back to a very happy and nostalgic place. nothing like the power of true comfort food and the flavors of home that provides a momentary escape from the hustle and bustle of nyc.
my never-ending quest for unabashedly large, all-consuming statement leather jackets comes to a screeching halt here with this major leather jacket, aptly named for its sheer outranking qualities to my current outerwear situation. only you, acne studios, could get me like this.
croissant sandwich, french ham, gruyère, fried egg
brisket burger, caramelized onion, raclette
this 40ºF picturesque sunny day already seems like a lifetime away in the midst of yet another winter snow storm. hardcore wishing to go back into time so that i can a.) eat this entire Lafayette meal again from start to finish and b.) relive what sunshine and above freezing temperatures feels like. i guess for now, i'll have these pictures to offer me some solace.