Breakfast one day was at one of the best rated doughnut places in New York City, Doughnut Plant, where we had orange, peanut butter and banana, rose, and chocolate doughnuts.

doughnutplant eating in Chelsea, Manhattan

Dinner one day was at a modern fusion style place based on traditional southern food called Tipsy Parson, where we had house made peanut butter and cheese crackers with apple slices, and mushroom spoonbread (mushrooms and herbed ricotta with a corn cake on top) for entree, followed by venison bolognese for me and fried catfish on rice for my girlfriend (no photos of the mains due to the low light).

tipsyparson1 eating in Chelsea, Manhattan

tipsyparson2 eating in Chelsea, Manhattan

Also recommended is the spectacular crab pizza at Artichoke Basille’s Pizza.

eating in Chelsea, Manhattan

One thought on “eating in Chelsea, Manhattan

  • 22 January 2013 at 10:05 am
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    It’s been 8 years since I’ve visited New York and your posts have me hankering to return!

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