Category: Food Bees

dish buzz: amber

Lara also is founder and editor of Grits in the City While I really enjoy sushi, I had yet to find my “go to” spots in the city for good fresh sushi. It seems to be something that most of my friends don’t suggest and I just hadn’t gotten around to trying. So, when a friend …

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Dish Buzz: el quinto pino

Lara also is founder and editor of Grits in the City Last Thursday, Meg and I tried to visit the Frying Pan over along the Hudson. It was gorgeous outside, and we wanted to eat outdoors as well. When we bumped into a sea of couldn’t-have-been-21-year-old frat boys in pale suit jackets, khakis, and loafers, we …

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dish buzz: the spotted pig

Lara also is founder and editor of Grits in the City The Spotted Pig – West Village I’ve been meaning to try The Spotted Pig since I moved to New York City over two years ago. I’ll admit, it is the usual wait time I’ve heard about from basically all sources which has kept me away. Overall, I like …

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dish buzz: highlands

Lara also is founder and editor of Grits in the City A friend of mine was dying to try outHighlands, as she’d been craving some true Scottish fare and had heard this might be as close as it gets in the city. Located in the West Village, Highlands describes itself as a contemporary Scottish gastropub. And …

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Dish Buzz: Enid’s

My sister recommended we try Enid’s the other day while I was out visiting her in Brooklyn. She mentioned mac ‘n cheese and outdoor seating where my dog could accompany us, and I was sold. The outdoor seating was comprised of around 6-8 tables bordering along the exterior of one half of the restaurant. I …

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Dish Buzz: Tre

With my mom in town, I was looking for a new restaurant to try which wasn’t too expensive for dinner. Tre’s a spot which often comes up, yet somehow I’ve never been there. Sunday through Thursday, they offer a $19 prix fixe dinner option, which includes an appetizer main course, and dessert. I couldn’t resist …

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