Most Recent Bites

Miznon, Chelsea, NYC

April 20th, 2018|0 Comments

Miznon — also in Tel Aviv, Vienna and Paris — specializes in putting things into a big fat thick amazing pita bread.  When they recently opened inside Chelsea Market, I was invited with many other [...]

Aunt Jakes, Greenwich Village, NYC

April 19th, 2018|0 Comments

Like the old Chinese menus, you select one from column A and one from column B. In Aunt Jake's case, you select your pasta (housemade) and then your sauce. Sort of a DIY pasta in [...]

Chez Denise, The Marais, Paris, France

April 17th, 2018|0 Comments

Chez Denise in the Marais area of Paris gives new meaning to the stereotypical French attitude. Don't even think about going there unless you want a big serving of attitude. This restaurant was recommended by [...]

The Greek, Tribeca, NYC

April 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Recently attended a dinner at The Greek in Tribeca, featuring the wines from Naoussa from the northwest region of Macedonia, Greece. I was introduced to the Xinomavro (tzsee-NOH-mah-vro) varietal, a red wine with great aging [...]

Lot 12 Public House, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

April 13th, 2018|0 Comments

When I decide to accept the invitation to judge the Berkeley Springs (WV) International Water Tasting, the friend who invited me mentioned that we'd be dining together that weekend at Lot 12 Public House. It's [...]

Almayass, Gramercy-Flatiron, NYC

April 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Had to laugh that I learned about Almayass, a Lebanese-Armenian restaurant in the heart of the Gramercy-Flatiron area AKA my hood, from my sister who only lives in the big apple a short time each [...]

JAX B-B-Q, Hells Kitchen, NYC + Come From Away

April 10th, 2018|0 Comments

We stopped in at JAX BBQ before heading to see the amazing musical,  Come From Away, that takes place following the September 11 attacks telling a true story of the people on the planes that [...]

The Palm Too, Midtown East, NYC

April 8th, 2018|0 Comments

It wasn't for the food that we headed to Palm Too for lunch; instead, it was to see the new caricature of my friend's late husband on the wall of the restaurant he often frequented. [...]