Thursday, February 9, 2017

ALLORA IS ALLURING

Eunice and I went to a new Italian restaurant called Allora located at the Bay Terrace Shopping Center in Bayside, Queens.  We gave Marilyn and Minerva the night off and took both children, Ethel Louise and Mildred.

First we toasted the evening with a drink made by the mixologist call Galera Sappore.  Very tasty.  We met him later on at the table.

Yes, we ate. 


We also met Chef Steve

They pulled up a high chair just for the babies who had some Detroit Style Pizza

Great food and drinks here!




Thursday, December 8, 2016

GOT A SURPRISE AT BEN'S KOSHER DELI

Eunice and I went to Ben's Kosher Deli in Bayside, Queens.  We had heard that a guy named Herbert Hoover once said, "A chicken in every pot" but didn't realize what that really meant.  Checked out food for Chanukah.

 COLE SLAW, SOUR AND HALF SOUR PICKLE
 LATKES: POTATO, SWEET POTATO, ZUCCHINI AND SPINACH
MEATS: TURKEY, BRISKET, CORNED BEEF, PASTRAMI, TONGUE
 KUGEL: POTATO; AND NOODLE
 TOTALLY STARTLED!
TONGUE SANDWICH.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

ALPACAS AND CHICKENS IN NEW HENSEY AND FUN IN PEGGSYLVANIA

Esther and Eunice here. We had a great time and even brought the kids, Ethel Louise and Mildred. First went to an alpaca farm called Little Brushwood Alpaca Farm located in Newton, New Hensey where  they not only schmoozed with some alpacas but were invited to lunch by some chickens. Some of the alpacas invited them to partake in their lunch as well.


































Afterward,we went to the Silk Mill in Hawley and explored the food market area where they met Gary, the brother-in-law of their friend, Merle. There was a great art gallery where they saw this painting of a different type of chicken. 




Later that evening, we dined at a restaurant called Der Jaeger where we played a round of chess while waiting for our food. We also met the owner. Ethel Louise and Mildred imagined that they were riding on a pony. Finally, the dinner came! I think we ordered too much but wanted to taste the food.






The next day we first stopped at a farmers market called Ritters, then to an old fashioned candy store.



Stayed at the French Manor Inn for the night. Had to take a nap before dinner. 



First needed to tell tell the kids that the food hadn't come out yet and then it did. Talked with the waiter. Had breakfast the next day with some friend of Merle's and met Briget, the owner. 








Stopped at an old fifties place called Chatterbox on the way home where we met Don, the owner and our waiter, Nicole. Ethel Louise and Mildred had a milk shake.








Time to go home.