Doughnut Plant is a great place to unwind and chat with a friend. I usually get the creme brulee doughnut. Creme brulee is my favorite dessert and doughnut form makes it even better. Nothing can beat that burnt sugar and custard taste.
Lisa, my usual partner in crime for food adventures, got a latte and a pistachio doughnut. I will definitely continue to come back here, there are a lot of doughnuts to try (square, jam filled, rose petal – you name it). Everything is delicious and this is the only place I know with a fully mirror-tiled restroom with a disco ball.
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I got to go to the pre-grand opening at the new DSW NYC location last Sunday. I resisted buying any new shoes, but picked up this LeSportsac makeup case by the cash registers while waiting for my friend to pay for her purchase. This DSW will open to the public on March 8 and is located at 213 W34 St.
We had lunch at Pour George, a sports bar and restaurant. There was a large group of people playing Jenga and Connect Four while watching a basketball game. Once they left, the television remained on, but its sound was replaced by The Black Keys and other alternative rock; candles were placed on all shelves and tables in preparation for the dinner crowd. We got beer samplers, sliders and wings. The wings were particularly delicious. I have a soft spot for any bar that serves great food and offers you wet-naps.
We also went to Kyotofu for dessert. The ambiance was too dark for photos, but do have their sweet tofu panna cotta or creme brulee with a sparkling sake if you’re ever in the neighborhood.
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