First up, free coffee from The Bean for joining their mailing list. Visit them at their Broadway and 12th Street location until their two new shops open in their old stomping grounds.
Next up, our regular goods from Sacred Chow. Besides a rather unpleasant experience with the waiter (what happened to that lovely waitress!?), another absolutely delicious meal, courtesy of Living Social.
The weather was beautiful yet SoHo was blissfully empty; I think we fell into a pocket of time devoid of tourists. We shopped and gallery-hopped for the rest of the day until dinner.
I'd let my Saluggi's Yelp! deal languish until the last minute, so VM and I had to handle two pies by ourselves. Contrary to what you might be thinking, when I say "handle" I actually mean carry them home (exercising those biceps); we only ate a slice apiece. One pie with brussel sprouts, the other roasted peppers and carmelized onions (they're under the cheese); please note that although Saluggi's seems to have removed their dining room advertisements geared towards vegans, they still carry Daiya and make a mighty fine pie.
|I know, I sometimes still can't get the orientation right on the iPhone.|
On the way home we swung by Pommes Frites because it was the last day for their 100% free ScoutMob deal.
Orange cones had to corral the line stretching down the block, but even though they were mobbed every single fry was cooked to perfection and each employee chatted and smiled genuinely as he worked. Even better, the fries reheated flawlessly for the next day's dinner!
|The onions and jalapenos were still complimentary even though the fries were free.|