We went behind the scenes to see how one of Wurstkuche’s sausage suppliers make their brats. Guess what? It isn’t that gross (and smelled so good).
Longanisa (Filipino breakfast sausage) & eggs. Hangover cure and shuttle
viewing? Sounds like a good day to me.
Wurstkutche in West LA, Rattlesnake and rabbit with jalepeño dog with kraut
and onion. Fries and sundried tomato mayo. So crispy, so juicy.
Great sausage & beer selection, trendy scene. Cool to check out for the
occasion, don’t expect any cheap eats, though.
Enjoying the summer in the city? Check. Great food and drink? Check. Getting your NY walking legs back? Check. The other day Sara and I took a nice jaunt through Manhattan to check out (almost) all of the places we wanted to eat at during the year but had to wait to get back home to try. I’m not much for writing, so catch the pics comin up:
Iced coffee and chocolate swirl cheesecake at Buttercup Bake Shop, 51st & 2nd.
Dessert first!? YEAH SO WHAT MOM. I’m not really a dessert guy but Buttercup has it down. Why yes, that is oreo crumb crust.
A quick trip across town brought us to Tawa Tandoor in Hell’s Kitchen, across the street from B&H. Awesome deals on amazing Indian cuisine. Although some of the rice had been a bit undercooked - entrees were phenomenal.
Sara picked up some brownies from Fat Witch in the Chelsea Market when we walked down from Tawa Tandoor. Wish I had pics of Nate Appleman’s Chipotle - definitely eye-opening for fans of the chain. Chipotle, you are now held to a new standard. I can’t say enough good things about it.
Making our way back across town, we grabbed a bite at Dogmatic on 17th & Broadway (Union Sq.). If you haven’t checked it out, it’s worth your time. Selections of high end sauces and meats served inside a toasted baguette. For less than $5.
Making our way further down, the last stop of the day was at my favorite fry hut in town, solely for their offering of genuine poutine. Pommes Frittes on 2nd Ave. just off St. Mark’s never fails to deliver. It’s well worth making a trip down. Pair it with some of your favorite beer, and you’ve got yourself some magic.