Yesterday, I got back home from New York. While I’m glad to be back, I won’t be eating out as much, which in turn means not as many posts. I will try to post as often as I can. But I was also wondering if you guys would be interested if I also post some pictures of stuff I cook and include recipes and stuff. Comment what you think and include suggestions and stuff please.
My first post was of my favorite New York pizza place, so this time it’s my favorite burger place, Mother Burger. Mother Burger is nestled in between the City and Residential Parts of NYC, it’s also just a short walk from Times Square. Located at 329 W 49th St. It’s a quaint little building. However along with being quaint there is not a lot of indoor seating so I recommend getting there at non-peak eating times. Today I had “Mothers Nacho Burger” (which consisted of a burger with tortilla chips, house made guacamole, and nacho cheese). A must stop if you’re visiting the area. (There’s alcohol too if that helps with the persuasion). Until next time may you enjoy some fabulous fine dining or some delicious “dives”, the choice is yours.
Today for lunch at The Apple Pie Bakery at the Culinary Institute of America, the food was very reasonably priced for the quality of the food there. I had the Grilled Chicken Sandwich with crisp lettuce and bacon on Italian Rustic Bread (I had to go without roulade because it was mayo based), with an order of fries. Everything was awesome, when I bit into the sandwich you could taste the freshness of each ingredient, and the French Fries have probably ruined any other fries you could imagine. Just an awesome experience!
Tonight, my mother and I returned to our favorite Pizza / Quick Italian Food place, A Touch Of Naples at 389 Violet Ave. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12601. A Touch of Naples is a nice family restaurant, that has been there forever. The prices are insane too, insanely low! 4.50 ish for a Calzone the size of your face. The pizza slices are good too, a huge slice nice and thin that has obviously been perfected over generations.