Authentic Mexican Food at de Mole in Williamsburg, Brooklyn


Last Sunday happened to be the hottest day of the year thus far in New York City, but my adventurous family is always up for a good meal. There was no hesitation to get in the car and head out to Brooklyn for brunch at de Mole, billed as a "family-owned and operated Mexican restaurant with a storied mole recipe, passed down from generation to generation, taking three days to make using 26 different ingredients." We were all eager to check out the menu and try a few dishes. After all, the restaurant is led by Executive Chef/Co-Owner Jose Luis Flores, Read More


Wokuni: An Unexpected Culinary Treasure Trove for Kids (and Adults) in Midtown Manhattan

If you're looking for an unusual and delicious kid's menu entree for kids in Manhattan, you have to head to Wokuni, an upscale Japanese seafood restaurant in midtown. It's their first-ever kid's menu and it's called Captain Kuni's Treasure Ship. Plus, it's at an incredible value - $10 for kids under 12 years old, served at both lunch and dinner. My son and I were eager to try it, and other things on the menu, so we set a date and tried it last week. The restaurant is very modern and trendy, yet inviting and comfortable. We slid into a private table Read More


Review: City Limits Diner in White Plains


Last week my family and I did something we rarely do on a Friday night - we went out to dinner. I was tired from cooking over the Jewish Holidays and was eager for someone to wait on me, so when offered the opportunity to experience a meal at City Limits Diner in White Plains, just 20 minutes from our home, I jumped. City Limits is more than just a diner. It's more upscale and sophisticated in its decor and cuisine. They serve steak, shrimp, lobster cake benedict, salads and offer a great deal of variety of dishes made from fresh ingredients. The Read More