A piece I wrote about being a Coffee person was picked up by New York Free Press. Below is the link. Enjoy the read and please rate it and comment online! Thanks!
On my downtown trek today I noticed an enormous crowd outside a place that serves rice pudding. Yes. Only in New York, can a place specializing in Rice Pudding thrive while Citibank folds. Obviously the recession has not curbed New York tourists’ from buying expensive, vomit looking desserts. I mean how do these girls stand eating this stuff after a night of boozing?
In line were also some hefty Midwest tourists. Obviously Iowa still has plenty of money…and corn.
I recently ate in the Mayflower Restaurant in Provincetown, which is a an old restaurant which has been around for years and serves mainly locals and cheap tourist who want a diner type of bite for dinner. Old wood paneling walls, booths and wagon wheel chandeliers decorate the interior of this dark restaurant. This photo is a picture of the place mat, an old 1950’s looking illustration of Cape Cod labeling the towns of the Cape. it also has little innocent icons of what people do here like “fishing, biking, boating, hiking, or lobsters! Of course I would love an updated Provincetown place mat listing all the activities one can do while in Provincetown.
It would include