It was a light month for dining out, between an epic Friendsgiving and spending the actual holiday in Budapest (post to come) we didn’t find ourselves eating out much. But I did manage to sneak in the below meals!
Unfortunately with the endless supply of restaurants in NYC it’s hard to repeat a meal at any one place; I revisited Speedy Romeo on the LES and was reminded that this should be a constant in the rotation. The pizzas are solid, anything out of the wood fired oven is delicious, and they allow BYOB, what’s not to love??
|Wood roasted branzino|
The folks at Reynard in the Wythe Hotel held a series of pop-ups with visiting chefs. We went for the State Bird Provisions dim sum dinner. I was a bad blogger and only took a photo of the below oysters with kimchi ice. While everything was good, the real experience at the restaurant can’t be beat!
A perfectly composed plate from our Friendsgiving feast!
I ventured out to Clinton Hill, a part of Brooklyn I’m not very familiar with, for dinner at Locanda Vini E Olii. The restaurant focuses on northern Italian food, all pastas are made in house, and the setting could not be more cute and cozy in a converted old pharmacy. Everything we had was absolutely delicious, makes me wish this was a little closer to my neighborhood!
|Thyme maltagliati “ai funghi” – translates to leftover scraps pasta with a delicious mix of mushrooms!|
|The most delicious duck breast I’ve ever had paired with chickpeas and a fig chutney|
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