Sounds uninteresting, if not more like a health store focused on bath and beauty products instead of food. But it's all food at this place in Greenwich Village, nestled cozily under Greenwich Treehouse, another establishment I visited the same night but will hold off on writing about—for now. The meatless, all-vegetarian Village Natural is on … Continue reading Stuffing My Face in NYC: Village Natural
I'm back in the shadows of the Big Apple, permanently more or less, after having moved my stuff two weeks ago, then spending last week in the DC area for one final time. I had orientation yesterday, a mandatory affair for new graduate students at The New School for Social Research (though this week in … Continue reading A Fork in the Road: Where am I From?
One of the cool things about living in Brooklyn is that there is no shortage of food joints to walk into and try out. (Except, if you're close to, or flat out broke, this could be tricky. In which case all your money will just go towards the local coffee shops.) Anyway, before I get … Continue reading Stuffing My Face in NYC: Las Lunitas in Brooklyn
I'm not going to lie. I am missing the greenscape that the D.C. metro area has to offer. But so far, Brooklyn hasn't been too bad. It just needs more greenscape. The move has happened, and in a few weeks I'll be starting my first semester of grad school at The New School. The jitters … Continue reading So long, D.C. Hello, Brooklyn