nyc: prune + cafe gitane

What’s a great trip to New York City without awesome food?
POST 2: Cuisine
DINNER
We had plans to go to the Pearl Oyster Bar in the West Village for their famous lobster roll,
but realized they were closed on Sundays.
On our way to check out another restaurant, we were drawn in to what looked like a happening place.
They squeezed us in at the bar and we ended up with a marvelous meal at Prune,
Gabrielle Hamilton’s hot spot in the East Village.  What luck we had, it was quite a treat.
Her new book is New York Times Bestseller
“Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef.”
So simple in food and decor, yet so fantastic!

LUNCH
We went to one of our faves – Cafe Gitane – a French-Moroccon cafe in Nolita.
It’s starts out with a craving for their avocado toast – the rest that follows is always fabulous,
from their baked egg dishes to their incredible salads.

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