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so long 2011

January 2nd, 2012

This year there was a lot of procrastinating on plans for New Year’s Eve. After our trip to NYC,  I was unsure what we could handle after the holidays.  On Thursday, we finally looked into Union League, but with a 1920s dress optional, it sounded a bit too fancy. We considered Oaxaca Kitchen and mention [...]

 

This year there was a lot of procrastinating on plans for New Year’s Eve. After our trip to NYC,  I was unsure what we could handle after the holidays.  On Thursday, we finally looked into Union League, but with a 1920s dress optional, it sounded a bit too fancy. We considered Oaxaca Kitchen and mention of dj /”dance on all-time hitz” made us nervous. In the end, we squeaked in an early reservation at Caseus and followed dinner with a cocktail at 116 Crown. In the words of Goldilocks, that NYE plan ended up being “just right” for us.

Langres Cheese of Champagne with Berry Compote & Fresh Berries

House Made Egg Parpadella, Black Truffles & Wild Mushrooms
with roasted Hedgehog, Nebrodini and Hen of the Woods Mushrooms, freshly grated black truffle & Sottocenere al Tartuffo grilled cheese crouton crumbs

That’s right, a dinner interlude with mad libs. I’ll spare you the completed version.

Taleggio Crème Caramel
Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Popcorn
St. Germain Lemon Dream Bar

On to 116 Crown

Bubbly is flowing, but it’s not ours.

A new favorite: Forth & Clyde


I was fascinated by the attire at this table. If you look closely you’ll see a few of the details, the bowtie, the pleats, the kilt pin, the buttons…

D was driving and he often refers to NYE as amateur night, so we were safely back in Milford in time for the downtown fireworks.

Wishing you a 2012 filled with wonderful adventures and delicious meals! Thanks for visiting, for enduring errors, typos and long stretches with no posts. I’m not much good with resolutions… but I’m working on it. As always, I love hearing from you guys, so (please) say hello in the comments section.

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best laid plans

July 17th, 2010

Today I had hopes to wait patiently for a table at Seattle’s How to Cook a Wolf.  But sadly we are missing Em & Pete’s wedding this weekend. With heavy hearts and indecision on where to eat, we decided to drop in at Miso last night. Only New Zealand King Salmon and 2 seats at the sushi [...]

 

Today I had hopes to wait patiently for a table at Seattle’s How to Cook a Wolf.  But sadly we are missing Em & Pete’s wedding this weekend. With heavy hearts and indecision on where to eat, we decided to drop in at Miso last night. Only New Zealand King Salmon and 2 seats at the sushi bar, hanging with Chef Jason Tay could save the day. He gently chided us for not visiting in ages, but all kidding aside, we settled into our old routine and simply let him pick out the best sashimi for us. You may remember Jason from East Restaurant in Milford… but the best sushi around has moved with him to New Haven. 

Once we’re in 9th square area, it’s hard to resist a cocktail at 116 Crown. Below: The Marquess of Queensbury and the Four Theives. Amazingly, these photos were taken with my Droid Incredible phone.