Hello there! It’s your friendly neighborhood Dante. It’s felt unreal – like right out of a movie. These past few weeks, days…The virus. The panic. The closings and cancellations. With all that’s going on, I just wanted to say take care of yourselves, be smart and be kind. It’s also a good time to support…
We sample arancini (rice ball) and soppressata (salami) at this historic Greenwich Village standby. The rice balls alone will have you leaping for joy.
The best pastrami you’ll ever have. Period. But, it’s also so historical you just might want a photo in front of the storefront.
The word “Rugelach” in Yiddish means “little twists” – we try Russ and Daughter’s Raspberry ones and they are so darn good.
Porto Rico Importing Co. has the distinction of being the only coffee place on both my Greenwich Village and Lower East Side tours.
Right in the heart of Greenwich Village in New York City, Mamoun’s Falafel has been serving up high quality, authentic Middle Eastern food since 1971.
Since the opening of their first store of Artichoke Basille’s Pizza in New York City’s East Village in 2008, the owners have expanded to twelve hugely successful locations across the country. Photo/movingforwardconsulting.com
Pommes Frites is notorious for having the best frites / fries in New York City but their sauces are out of this world.
Pommes Frites NYC is known for having the best frites but they also have the best dipping sauces. EVER. They’ve added a few since this pic was taken. Photo/Moving Forward Consulting
Pommes Frites double cook their fries and have 30 sauces to dip them in. They’re open super late on MacDougal Street (wee hours) so they’re also great for a late night snack. Photo/Moving Forward Consulting