When in NYC, you brunch!
People flock into restaurants every sunday for brunches and gossips, it’s almost like a ritual. And if you want to go to a great joint, patience is key. Because most likely there is going to be a gigantic waiting list.
Of course, there is always an otherwise if you’re as famous.
Ana and I decided to go with something casual yet good, Jack’s wife has our muse ;).
If you remember one of my old post from last thanksgiving ,you must remember Ana. One of my dearest friend since high school. (Here to read it)
I was eager to try the green shakshuka since I’m a big fan of the “red” shakshuka… Ana was skeptical about it as I described the red shakshuka as eggs swim in tomato sauce.
After my endless persuasion, she finally agreed on trying some “eggs swim in green sauce.”
And it was quite a disappointment with not much of a flavor.
After all that food, we went for a bit shopping to walk off the calories we consumed.
Taking a break from Boston now & then is definitely therapeutic.
Nothing makes me happier to spend quality time with quality people.