My Pal 

and

Rhonda my 

Australian sister

http://www.groundsforsculpture.org/

George Segal

Depression  Bread Line

No mustard please

Great hat

Do not wake me

nice socks

'Déjeuner Déjà Vu'

is inspired by

Edouard Manet’s 'Déjeuner Sur L’Herbe'.

Seward Johnson's

'Were You Invited?' 

is inspired by French Impressionist 

Pierre Auguste Renoir’s

nineteenth-century masterpiece,

'The Luncheon of the Boating Party'.

When we visit

Grounds For Sculpture 

http://www.groundsforsculpture.org/

in

Hamilton NJ

we always have lunch

at

Rat's

http://www.ratsrestaurant.com/

Grounds For Sculpture

in many ways is

Seward Johnson's

playground

We were there

at the request of my 

Australian sister Rhonda

and with luck

Seward Johnson Retrospective

had not closed

http://www.groundsforsculpture.org/Exhibitions/Seward-Johnson-The-Retrospective

it is the largest exhibit of his sculptures to date

the above is

Cull and Pistol

Oyster Bar

Chelsea Market

http://cullandpistol.com/

is an interesting little spot

located next to 

The Lobster Pound

the name is

Cull, a lobster with one claw

Pistol, a lobster with no claws

and they are an oyster bar

Weekdays from 4-6 PM

at the bar

oysters are $1.00

and yes that is where we sat

six hammersly for me

(west coast)

and

six assorted for my

(east coast)

Australian friend 

when our spouses arrived

we moved to a table

scallop, clam, corn chowder

It was a perfect lunch

with my Australian family

lovely service and food 

with 

good friends

the best

http://www.craftrestaurantsinc.com/colicchio-and-sons/

above an

amuse bouche

of pressed watermelon

with tequilla and lime

burrata salad with 

corn and heirloom tomatoes

Chicken Liver Mousse, 

Sunnyside Egg and Blueberries 

the $15.00 wine flight

great pours

Duck Confit, 

Market Beans and Coddled Egg

Skate, Radish, 

Citrus and Brown Butter

Tomato, 

Mozzarella and Basil Pizza

Elizabeth Street Garden

Little Italy

Mulberry Street

At the corner of

Spring and Mulberry Streets

A graffiti show

The Candle House

In the late 19th century 

a horse stable and 

carriage house, 

recently 

the most famous canvas for 

street art in NYC, 

now home to 

three amazing condominiums 

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2008/11/what_11_spring_looks_like_unde.html

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/15/nyregion/thecity/15murd.html?_r=0

I wonder if the oven 

is still there

Fu

This was a long

Foods of NY Tour

http://www.foodsofny.com/

but a wonderful tour

with many surprises

The last two stops on the tour

are located

across Houston in NoHo

http://www.foodsofny.com/

http://thesmilenyc.com/

Rustic and warm

Our last stop

http://www.ilbucovineria.com/

Vineria is a

Restaurant and Wine Bar

Alimentari 

is a specialty food market 

with a 

Caffetteria,Salumeria,Panetteria,

Formaggeria,Gelateria.

What a great stop

street cart goes bricks and mortar

It is located near

the corner of

Elizabeth and Houston

http://www.tacombi.com/

Hot sauces

Watermelon juice,

corn, Queso blanco, shrimp,

chipotle mayo

and

hot sauce

Again another great space

on my

Foods of NY Tour

http://www.foodsofny.com/

Anny has designed one 

of the best tours I have taken

I plan to take it again

This stop was at

Public

http://public-nyc.com/

It was an unscheduled stop

and 

well worth it

just see the space

they were closed we did not sample

The wine selection 

has been noted as the strongest

Antipodean wine selection 

in the United States

Barber shops are back

they seem to be popping up everywhere

This was the only nonfood stop on my

Foods  of NY Tour

http://www.foodsofny.com/

What a fun stop

and

how classic

http://www.nyshavingcompany.com/

Our wonderful guide

Anny
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