New York City- GOOD

Posted on January 29, 2009. Filed under: Restaurant Recommendations |

In December Jon and I took a trip to New York City. We have a friend, Michael, who lives in Greenwhich on Bank St. The same street Sara Jessica Parker lives, and some of Sex and the City, the movie was shot. It was fabulous. But better then the location was the food. Good, a restaurant in the same building as the one we were staying, had the best breakfast/ brunch. It is the smallest little place and they crame you in so tightly, in typical New york fashion. There is literally a 1 inch gap between your table and the other peoples’ table on either side of you. But the food was spectacular.

Here is what we ordered:
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
Homemade Maple Nut Granola with Yogurt
Fresh Fruit Bowl

It wasn’t super cheap but not super pricey either. For New York prices anyways. And I ate the pancakes for 2 meals. They had so much flavor and were so rich and creamy. But not disgustingly heavy. I put a little butter and barely any syrup. I wanted to taste the sweet and tangy flavors of the ricotta and lemon. And I did!

We had intended to go there for another breakfast and lunch and dinner at some point too. But we just never made it back because we were always out and about. Read some other NYC food blogs on this page to see why we had to keep trying new places to eat. There are just so many!!!! My main objective in NYC was to eat at as many different restaurants as possible. Jon’s was to see as many different sites as possible. So between our 2 objectives, we saw and ate A LOT!


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