Bo’s Restaurant

Back in 2010, I worked at Gilt City with three really great engineers – Christine, Baxter and Benny. The four of us spent a lot of time together and now that we’ve all moved onto other projects, we don’t see each other as much. Christine moved to the other side of the US but luckily, […]


Cosme, a restaurant in the Gramercy/Flatiron area, has been buzzing with positive reviews since it opened last year. We have been there multiple times and have enjoyed the food so much that we decided to bring Ken’s parents there when they visited New York in July. The restaurant is located on 21st street, near Tumblr’s […]

City Bakery

Over the weekend, Ken and I decided to go out for breakfast before he got in a round of golf with a friend and before I ran errands. We settled on City Bakery (mostly because I wanted a pretzel croissant and I knew they’d have other options in case Ken wanted something else). We arrived […]


When David and I used to live on 19th street, there weren’t too many shops and stores on the street. Now, however, there’s a SoulCycle, an international bookstore, Muji, and a Dough Doughnut Shop: The first time I tried Dough was at Brooklyn Flea; the passion fruit with cacao nibs doughnut was sweet and tangy […]

Breads Bakery NYC

On a recent Sunday afternoon, I was strolling around the neighborhood and finally made my way to Breads Bakery, a local bakery known for their chocolate babka and other breads: Breads Bakery serves all types of flour-based treats; croissants, babka, many different loaves of bread, sandwiches, etc: I wasn’t in the market for actual bread […]

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