There has been a recent boom in NYC of something known as a Food Hall. What is it? In reality, it’s just a glorified Food Court. There is an abundance of just about everything in NYC, with the exception of one very important thing: space. Because of the lack of space, our malls simply can’t fit food courts. So instead, we rename them Food Halls, jack up the prices, and invite only the hippest and hottest vendors to join. But what should you eat when there’s so many to choose from? I recently took on the painstaking task of travelling around these places and sampling the goodies that were there: you have to make sacrifices for your craft. Below is an overview of a few places I would recommend and some that were a bit disappointing.
Blogged while listening to the best Whitney Houston
This week we were asked to go somewhere we’ve never been before. The Brooklyn Heights Promenade has one of the best views of the city. I’ve been there before, but my hubby hadn’t. We took the opportunity to go and gloomy weather didn’t stop us from getting some amazing shots. I was encouraged to explore outside of close-ups and though I didn’t stay away 100%, I think I did pretty well. The last two shots were mostly us playing around with the shutter speed of the camera.