Amy Ruth’s – Harlem

I have heard of Amy Ruth’s for a long time now, but have only recently gotten around to actually visiting the place for breakfast one day. Upon entry, a man greeted us and sat us down immediately. The place is very casual, making it ideal for breakfast or lunch. I am not sure if I…

Café Du Monde – New Orleans

After all was said and done on my trip to New Orleans, I think it’s safe to say that the most famously classic New Orleans dessert is the “beignet.” A beignet is a French donut topped with a load of powdered sugar. In my eyes, they’re very similar to zeppoles. However, it’s apparently essential to…

Sylvia’s Restaurant – Harlem

   Hours and hours and pages upon pages of Physics problems later, what better way to escape college schoolwork than with some comfort. Comfort food, that is.  Sylvia’s is one of the greatest restaurants in Harlem for authentic Southern soul food… With a whole lot of soul. The entire atmosphere of the restaurant makes you…

Risotteria – West Village

   At last, my mom and I finally decided to hit Risotteria after years and years of only throwing glances of interest as we passed by. The place always gave off the vibe that it’s a good restaurant, but it always looked to packed to find a place to squeeze ourselves in amongst the crowd….