Dining in Manhattan

One thing that Mr. Wonderful and I are really good at, is eating!

Today was no exception. We had a really enjoyable lunch, in New York City’s Meat Packing District, at The Standard Grill. It’s on Washington Street and has indoor and outdoor dining, which is covered with greenery, with fans whirling, to keep us cool.

I had the steak salad…

…which was outstanding.

Bob, who usually orders the best selections on the menu, was happy with his brisket sandwich, but I think he was secretly coveting my lunch!

If you ever go, do not order anything with bread, because you want to thoroughly enjoy the fresh, chewy little baguettes, that they serve with butter.

Bob took this picture, with a look on his face that said “Are you serious?”

I figure you’re just never too old to make a fool of yourself! Hey, I’m going to put that in my book of favorite quotes!

I hope that I’ll have a chance to share some of the pretties I saw/purchased at the New York Home and Gift show.


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  1. Hey…have a wonderful time tonight with your daughter! Never heard of the ring ceremony before. Your salad looks delicious! Safe travels! 😉

    • Barbara Bussey says

      It’s been going on for ever, apparently. If she’s happy, I’m happy! It will be great to see her. I just hope that these clouds don’t mean rain! Hugs, B.

  2. Barbara, I love your humor ! Love Manhattan and experiencing all the neighborhoods! Live the Standard .. Did u go to the rooftop … The Boom Boom Room? They have swim suits in a vending machine just in case you want to
    Use the hot tub ! Ha!!
    Have you been to La Conde Verde in Tribecca ? So good ! Robert DeNiros ‘ father was an artist and his work is on display at a studio there !!! Don’t know the name , but beautiful paintings!
    Enjoy !

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