If you do not follow us on Instagram, you missed the beautiful, delicious food we consumed in New York City this weekend. But fear not! Here it is for you again with links!
Our Adventure began as soon as we landed in NYC this week. We had one mission: eat as much as possible. #accomplished
Breakfast calls for the Olde Brooklyn Bagel Shoppe and aÂ Lox and Cream Cheese on a Onion Bagel
Rainbow Bagel at its best! (this place is cash only)
645 Vanderbilt AveÂ Brooklyn NY, 11238
Next stop, Carnegie Deli in Manhattan.Â Â USA Today has called the restaurant the â€œmost famousâ€ deli in the United States.
Luckily we were quickly seated and devoured this Corned Beef Sandwich with pickles and potato salad.Â These sandwiches are even bigger in person! The line grows fast so make sure you have enough time when you go there, they are always super busy!
854 7th Avenue at 55th StreetÂ New York, New York, 10019
Then it was finally time to check into our room at the Waldorf Astoria, after a quick Witbier Empire Whiteaphro Beer and aÂ Robert Burns cocktailÂ (sheep dip blended scotch whisky, cinzano rosso sweet vermouth, benedictine liqueur, emile pernot â€˜vieux pontarlierâ€™ absinthe) at theirÂ Peacock Alley Bar. Darren the Bartender was fantastic!
301 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022
We ended the first day at Lavender Lake in Brooklyn. These Fried Brussels and Meat/Cheese plate were perfect for our large group!
383 CARROLL ST. BROOKLYN, NY 11231
DAY 2 IN NYC:
We began with brunch at The Saint Catherine in Brooklyn. The Baked Eggs with gruyere, onion, tomato, and spicy red sauce, served with rosemary toast go good with their 2-for-1 cocktails!
660 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Next stop: you guessed it, sandwiches again! This is New Yorkâ€™sÂ most iconic deli, Katz Delicatessen. Home to the worldâ€™s greatest pastrami sandwich. Where Harry met Sally. We really enjoyed theÂ pastrami ReubenÂ sandwich! (they do ship nationwide if your hungry now)
205 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002
I think we can all agree that NY pizza is better than every other pizza in the US. The best part, pretty much anywhere in New YorkÂ Â you can shove it in your face at 4am. Â This one was delivered viaÂ bicycle from Lenny and Johns Pizzeria!Â Open since 1969, this institution serves pizza, sandwiches & Italian entrees until the wee hours.
DAY 3 IN NYC: