Hope you are having a great day!
via: out of the aviary
I was actually just looking for the EXPRESS store near Penn Station to return a dress. I walked east on 34th, crossed 6th Ave and suddenly found myself on a block I’ve never even noticed before : Koreatown
It’s a tiny ethnic neighborhood, no comparison to Chinatown or Brighton Beach, but you can probably get any kind of Korean food on that small stretch on 34th.
I loved these ladies who were preparing some kind of dough things right there in the window ( I’m guessing dumplings …)
Is it weird that this plastic food still makes me really hungry just looking at it? It’s incredible how real it looks!
While walking around town, I stumbled across this place yesterday:
A sausage place straight from Berlin!.
Now this was only interesting to me since I am German and I thought the name and layout was kinda funny. Personally I hate sausages… which in combination with the fact that I dislike beer often leads my friends here to accuse me of not REALLY being German after all. I might check it out though and try the potato salad.
Anyhow, has anyone been there? If not I urge you to go and support some German food culture. It might not be the healthiest thing you can eat but oh well….
Did I mention they have pretzels?182 Bleecker St
I know NYC got it all: Restaurants, parks, clubs, museums and countless sights and hangout places, but my favorite way to spend a day in the city is to just walk aimlessly through the streets and see where it takes me.
It took me to Chinatown!
I love shopping for produce here but also to wander around the supermarkets and look for random weirdness on the shelfs.
There’s a great fish market too.