It snowed (hard) in Central Park. It made me so happy on the inside.
Really cool art exhibit at the Park Avenue Armory called
. There were pigeons, history of the world being read over radio walkies, humongous swings, and a huge white drape connected to those swings. It all sounds a bit random and it is a bit odd at first, but after a little while you soon realize this subtle feeling of joy, the inner child inside of everyone scratching to get out. Old couples on smiling like children on swings, being pushed by little children. Huge drapes being all flowy and floppy. You get this unique, unreplicable "event" of a thread.
felt like the inside of an anthropologie that served food. with that said, it was beautiful and the food was outstanding. see below: eggs benedict (flying pigs farm ham), pizza (mushrooms parmesean oregano and farm egg), and
(akaushi beef, herbed mayo, pickled jalapenos). Put a
To me, the sign of a good restaurant is if you'd be more than willing to come back. I'd be more than willing to come back - a well deserved James Beard Award for best new restaurant.