This blog is dedicated to all the gorditos, chubbies, huskies, bears, afrentados and foodies that love to eat delicious food and can't wait to hear where they should go next to get their grub on! I'm going to give you the 411 on all the places I love to frequent and all the places I seek out, like the culinary explorer that I am. I'm going to be real and tell what I feel and think. Bring on the comments and most importantly bring on the FOOD!
Thursday, January 21, 2016
A Spoonful of Sofrito: NYC's hottest new brunch is at a 40-year bistro!
A Spoonful of Sofrito: A pinch of advice that will add a lot of flavor to your life.
NYC's hottest new brunch is at a 40-year bistro!
Raoul's classic dinner steak au poivre is served for brunch in a smaller portion, but with mushrooms, spinach and a sunny-side-up egg. Photo: Stefano Giovannini from New York Post
I'm the biggest Steve Cuozzo ever! I know you're all wondering, "Who is the hell is Steve Cuozzo?" Steve is an amazing restaurant critic that works for the New York Post. His insightful, intelligent, and acerbic wit make every one of his pieces a masterpiece. His brutally honest writing style, not only entertains me, but reminds me that I must always be real and keep it "one hunnit" when I review a restaurant.
Every time I read his work, I learn a little more about New York fine dining food culture. His grasp of New York City's culinary culture and restaurant history is staggering. He's the type of no-nonsense food critic I dream of growing up to be.
I've posted his latest review below! Enjoy! ¡Buen provecho!
In its colorful 40-year history, Prince Street bistro Raoul’s
has seen it all — from the druggy 1980s, when it was a clubgoers’
mecca, to the 2014 launch of a buttery bar burger that Esquire magazine
called the best in the US.