A question many a New Yorker has pondered. And this weekend, we discovered the answer…or at least one of the answers. Paint ball, mothafucka! Located a hop, skip and a jump past the Verrazano Bridge, Cousins Paintball offers field after field … Continue reading
This past Saturday we attended the first annual NYC Hammer and Claw Blue Crab Feast. The feast is hosted by a native Maryland-er, Joshua Morgan, who also owns NY’s only Maryland inspired restaurant, Choptank. It’s basically exactly what it sounds … Continue reading
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Tagged all you can eat crab, blue crab feast, blue maryland crab, choptank, crab feast nyc, crab fest, hammer and claw, hammer and claw blue crab feast, haynes thigpen, joshua morgan, tracy shar
Movies on rooftops, Whose chooses what movie plays? Selections are crap.
Posted in Brooklyn, haiku, New York, NYC
Tagged brooklyn, haiku, new york, nyc, outdoor movies, rooftop movies, summer movie haiku, summer outdoor movies
Mornings in New York Driving up the FDR Best friend by my side.
Tracy Shar. And David Cone. This blog will henceforth be known as Trone.com.
Pop Bars. What? How are you so perfect? Having purchased a Groupon for 6 Pop Bars, which come complete with their own little cooler, we promptly devoured them. What can we say, they were amazingly delicious. We offer no … Continue reading
Posted in dessert, New York, NYC, Uncategorized
Tagged amazing dessert, desserts in nyc, gelato, gelato pops, new york, new york city, pop bar, pop bar nyc, pop bars, sorbet pops, summer dessert, yogurt pops
One of my favorite staple dumpling places for years has been Excellent Dumpling House on Lafayette St. It’s cheap, a little divey, and the dumplings (and everything else for that matter) are truly excellent. Packed even on a Monday at … Continue reading