Has it been a while since I’ve written a crazy post that makes no sense? No? Well, here goes another one because I need to catch up.
First, if you haven’t been to Sweet Revenge on Carmine Street recently, you might want to visit and try out the cool beer and wine pairings with their cupcakes. Besides the food, it’s a fun place to hang out with friends or your sweetie.
We finally tried Asia Dog at the Brooklyn Flea. Here’s my suggestion for the Asia Dog people. Open up an outpost around the corner from my apartment. Yeah, that would work.
Definitely stop by the Mile End booth at the Brooklyn Flea to see if they’re serving “The Ruth Wilenski.” I’m officially renaming this “The Sandwich of Yum.”
Monteleone’s on Court Street in Brooklyn is totally old-school. I love their chocolate chunk cookies. Look at the bitten one — it’s all chocolate. And the dough is almost all butter, and not too sweet. There is no chocolate chip cookie better than this in my book. I can’t believe it had been so many years since my last visit.
Masala Times on Bleecker is the latest Indian fast food spot in a storefront that has changed over quite a few times in the past couple of years. They’ve always served some kind of portable Indian food, and as you can see, they’re sticking with that theme. I dig the decor and love the crazy hours they keep. And it’s not surprisingly a good spot for veggies who are looking for something fun and spicy to eat. I’ll definitely be back, but I just hope it sticks around for a while this time.
Last up, Winifred, a 12-week-old female bulldog puppy we got to meet in Union Square Park. Next time you’re in the farmer’s market, you might want to keep an eye out for her. OMG, the cuteness!