Delice and Sarrasin

French Creperie and Pastry Bar: Delice and Sarrasin

As a millennial I’m not ashamed to say that I generally get my food recommendations off of Instagram. However, my mom is not so gen Y and goes old school with New York Times reviews. When she was sitting and reading through the paper (reminding me that I...
La Sirene

Cozy French Bistro with Delicious Options – La Sirene NYC

La Sirene is making classic French cuisine with some flare and at an affordable price. I have been trying to experience French Cuisine around New York (check out my past reviews of Le Village and Le Perigord) and I was very excited to continue this...
Bara Restaurant

Bara Restaurant NYC – A Casual French/Japanese Delight

There’s nowhere in this city where you can enjoy a four course tasting menu from a pedigreed chef for $50 per person. Much less with happy hour drinks. And forget about being able to wear comfortable jeans to that dinner. Oh wait, scratch that. There’s...
Le Perigord

Classic French Cuisine at Le Perigord

Le Perigord is celebrating their 50th year anniversary this year and I decided to head uptown for myself and check out this NY classic. Everything at Le Perigord is done classically and elegantly. The Start at Le Perigord I started with their seasonal...
Best Lunch Spots in the Upper West Side

Best Lunch Spots on the Upper West Side

Warm weather has finally found itself to NYC which means its time to start venturing out come lunch time. So, if you happen to be either working on the Upper West Side or somehow just ended up there, here are some of the best lunch spots on the Upper West...
Ponty Bistro

The Adventure Begins at Ponty Bistro in Gramercy

Although I would say I am an adventurous eater I still have yet to try many varieties of world cuisine. I didn’t even try tofu or Indian food until I went to college. So when I had the opportunity to try the French Senegalese food at Ponty Bistro, I was...
Le Village

Le Village French Bistro in the East Village

Eat Up New York was invited to Le Village to taste their new menu. The spot was formerly Table Verte which had a total neighborhood following. Le Village is combining some of the most popular vegetarian dishes with more carnivore loving options. Take note...