Ah, NYC in the spring, there's nothin' like it (well, maybe except Paris in the spring).
This spring break took us for a few days to my favorite city for theatre, midtown sites, Central Park and always great eats.
I was invited to try out the new Pixie machine by Nespresso, as if I needed any more addictions.
My pal Ted Allen from CHOPPED hosted the fabulous event in the Soho location. Great time and my favorite coffee.
I always remember to buy a cup of chowder from my favorite soup kiosk down on Prince St.
We took in 2 Broadway shows: The Book of Mormon (BEST!) and The House of Blue Leaves.
Dined at The Modern and had the most delicious tuna tartare & an asparagus salad w/ dried raspberries! Did I mention delicious?
We leaped tall buildings in single bounds.........
Today, Henry's lunchbox had the good fortune of having leftover homemade duck rillettes w/ mustard and cornichons for lunch from Salumeria Biellese on 8th Ave. I bought sausages, salamis and other goodies from this old time Italian butcher.
Seen on the street in Soho.
(Obviously, I entered thru the front door).
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