restaurant – 27 Morton in the West Village

It’s no secret I love Central and Eastern European food. I’ve eaten my way through Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Germany, and Czechia – all of which have their own amazing cuisines and dishes. Suffice it to say, one glance at 27 Morton’s menu (which proudly states they serve classical Central/Eastern European food), and I was immediately…

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restaurant – Marseille in Hell’s Kitchen

Lovely, old-school brunch places are hard to find, especially in Hell’s Kitchen. We were lucky enough to find one of the few remaining establishments in the area. Majority of the clientele appeared to be pre-theatre ready, but that didn’t deter us from stopping by for some authentic French cuisine. French Onion Soup is my absolute…

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restaurant – Urbanspace – 570 Lex

Urbanspace @ 570 Lex is their second permanent food hall concept in NYC. If you’re ever in Midtown during the warmer months, you’ll likely see different pop-up tents along Broadway hosted by Urbanspace. Some of these food vendors have been around for years (maybe even from a food truck or brick and mortar) and others…

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