Take a bite, it’s alright!
Searched for the best brunch place near Central Park and ended up at SARABETH’S (40 Central Park St.) Of course, there was a queue when we arrived, but it was worth the wait.
Stumbled upon this little resto in Broadway and had this delicious bowl of comforting soup. The place was slowly filling up, good thing I got in early and found meself a space.
Crossed the Brooklyn Bridge in search for the Smorgasburg flea food market. We thought it was not too far from the bridge, but we were oh so wrong. It was a hike, I tell ya! A pilgrimage for food!
Went to SERENDIPITY to have their famous frozen hot chocolate.
Ate it with some nachos and got weird stares from other customers. So What?! We like our sweet with savory 😉
I was dying to try their lobster roll. The place was packed but eventually i got meself a seat, elbow to elbow with other customers. I was too shy to take a photo of my sandwich, so i just savored every expensive bite of this soft tangy lobster roll. Oh, It was delish…
GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL
Of course I had to see this magnificent space! What’s also great about this is that they have Shake Shack inside, haha 😉
If you want to try “Shake Shack,” avoid the crowded ones like the branch in Broadway. Try going to the food court area at the Grand Central Terminal instead. Get the famous cupcakes from Magnolia bakery while you’re there.
Bangenge sa busog yah!
The moon is full and so am I.
ARURUTEYNKYU NEW YORK CITY.