kr00t0n vs New York

Caporegime
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6 days in New York, and I decided to chronicle my eats :D

Five Guys (West Village) - Burger place, best burgers I have ever had:
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Ruthys Bakery (Chelsea Market) - Deli with a delicious variety of goodies. Steak sandwich and cajun chicken panini pictured.
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Shake Shack (Just off Central Park) - Very good burgers, but not worth the 30+ minute queue imo.
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Lombardis Pizza (East Village) - NOM NOM NOM!
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Magnolia Bakery (West Village) - Luckily it was around the corner, so we could avoid queues. World class cakes, Red Velvet cake and Cinnamon muffin pictured.
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Philip Marie (West Village) - Great place for brunch, good value portions. Lumberjack breakfast pictured, 3 eggs, 2 sausages, 2 buttermilk pancakes, streaky bacon, bread and griddle potatoes.
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White Horse (New Jersey) - Really nice place with really nice food. Calamari starter and Ribeye pictured.
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Such a great holiday, and in spite of doing a massive amount of walking, I still put on 5lbs.
 
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Soldato
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Some of that food looks so tasty, that pizza looks absolutely massive.

Hope you had a good trip.
 
Soldato
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Looks great! Burgers, pizza, cheesecake, steak- America certainly have these niches nailed. Not the place for subtley but for treats their food can take some beating.
 
Soldato
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I don't think I could eat so much fast food and stodge for 6 days! The pizzas looked good though and the calamari. :)

Hope you had fun. It's one of my aims to go to NYC one day.
 
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