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Sarabeth’s Tribeca, NYC – Brunch

Sarabeth’s Tribeca Chef: Lee Scheffler Cuisine: American Neighborhood: Tribeca Price: Mains $17-36, Appetizers $9-15 Phone: 212-966-0421 Address: 339 Greenwich Street, NY, NY 10013 Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Afternoon Tea Advertisements

Locanda Verde, NYC – Brunch

Locanda Verde Executive Chef: Andrew Carmellini Cuisine: Italian Neighborhood: Tribeca Price: $20-30 mains Address: 377 Greenwich Street, NY, NY 10013 Phone: 212-925-3797 Hours: Breakfast: Mon – Fri 8am-11am, Sat-Sun 8am-10am; Lunch: Mon-Fri 11:30am-3pm; Brunch: Sat-Sun 10am-3pm; Dinner: Mon-Sun 5:30pm-11pm

The Hideaway, NYC

The Hideaway Cuisine: Pub Fare, American Neighborhood: Tribeca Price:$8-15 most appetizers and mains Phone: 212-334-5775 Address: 185 Duane Street #A, NY, NY 10013 Hours: Daily 12pm-12am

Rouge et Blanc, NYC

Rouge et Blanc Chef: Matt Rojas Cuisine: French-Vietnamese Neighborhood: Soho Price: $10-30 dishes, best to share Phone: (212) 260-5757 Address: 48 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012 Hours: Tues-Sun 6pm-11pm Situated on a quiet stretch of MacDougal, Rouge et Blanc pays homage to the delicious fusion of classical French and zesty Vietnamese cuisines. Chef Matt … Continue reading

Mango Arugula and Avocado Salad

Tori actually found and suggested this recipe and we incorporated it into our dinner feast to really maximize the healthy veggie factor of our meal. The salad is pretty simple but I think the combination of mango and avocado is severely underestimated. Jen and I actually made Mango Pomegranate Guacamole before and it was a … Continue reading

Lime Quinoa Cilantro Chickpea Salad

This salad is definitely a recipe both Jen and I have had pinned on our food boards for a while, and I finally committed to it to try it. I saw a few versions of the salad and the one I was inspired by most was from the Diva Dish. I loved the interplay of … Continue reading

Peach, Tomato, and Mozzarella Crostini

I had just spent a weekend in pretty rural parts of America, eating probably the most processed foods known to mankind, so I wanted to start the week off on a healthy note. I think I found this recipe trolling on Pinterest, but don’t quite remember. The crostini embodies everything that is summer – -ripe … Continue reading

Salmon Burgers

This is another recipe from Food Perestroika, the Eastern Bloc food blog I’ve been perusing, and definitely one I will make over and over again. I made the burgers for a couple friends and these delicious suckers were devoured very quickly. Technically I guess these Salmon Burgers aren’t super Eastern Blok-y, with the bok choy … Continue reading

Brussels Sprouts Gratin

As I was trolling food blogs one lazy afternoon, I came across Food Perestroika, which piqued my interest. The entire blog is dedicated to Eastern Bloc cuisine, aka the Motherland. What was amazing was the scope of the countries and cuisines the blog covers, so I’ll definitely be using it as cooking inspirations for many … Continue reading