Continuing our exploration of Bryant Park’s Winter Village…
When you think New York street food, you think hot dogs, but the closest runner up (and arguably, the underrated superior street food) is the big pretzel. More often than not, these pretzels are a little dry, overly salted, and occasionally much heartier than you’d expect, but when you get a good pretzel, you know you’ve got a good one. The truffle-cheddar pretzel that I tried from Sigmund’s Pretzels was a pretty damn good one. Continue reading
Continuing our exploration of Bryant Park’s Winter Village.
Cheesesteaks are a reliable food. They’re easy to do fine, but they’re difficult to make more interesting or better than they typically are. Also, most people are sure to be more dismissive of cheesesteaks from outside of Philadelphia. There’s no real reason for this, because you can get a solid cheesesteak pretty much anywhere. Most are passable. That being said, the truffle cheesesteak from Cheesesteaks by The Truffleist are excellent and a must-have from Bryant Park’s winter village. Continue reading