Manhattan at 6 a.m.
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Something old, something new, something borrowed and something extremely Doctor Who.
I love finding and sharing little neighborhood gems like this joint… The Marshal in Hell’s Kitchen!
We stumbled upon it walking back from Pony Bar on 10th Avenue one afternoon. The menu looked fantastic and we vowed to come back. And we did. The next day!
The Marshal is a small restaurant, maybe seating around 20 people, that focuses on New York ingredients and cuisine, with most dishes cooked in a wood-fired brick oven. We loved every bite! Here’s a look…
Started with a delicious, peppery Bloody Mary…
Their smoked chicken and duck bacon hash was out of this world!
Topped with two poached eggs and served with Berkshire bacon, this was one of my favorite breakfast dishes in recent memory…
The Maine lobster and bacon fritatta with fresh herbs and New York cheddar was another winner…
And then there was this masterpiece, their take on a Cuban sandwich…
Made with Arcadian Pastures pork shoulder that was roasted to perfection, topped with NY white cheddar, sweet pickles and local white cabbage, served with duck fat potato chips…
A sandwich stacked like this is definitely not for the faint of heart…
I’m shocked that more has not been written about The Marshal and that their food is not the talk of the town yet. But that suits me just fine for now as I can stroll over and still get a seat at this West Side eatery and enjoy a fantastic meal without too much hassle… for now.
628 Tenth Ave.
Between 44th & 45th
New York, NY, 10036
I tell him I do. He looks at me with tired eyes and a tired smile. "I miss Brooklyn. When I found myself in this city, I forgot to bring many things." "Any friends?" I asked. He almost looks even more tired. "Lost him."
2UMMER014 MUSIC VIDEO by Andrew Keenan-Bolger
These guys are some of the most the most sickening, beautiful dancers I know. They also happen to be room mates and best friends. We got together on Monday and shot this video in like 30 minutes. I love watching them dance together and I think you will too. Ryan Steele, Grace Buckley and Jakob Karr. They are amazing. Check it out!
Rent snapchats taken in New York City
This evening was the last of four times this summer when the sunset perfectly aligns with the grid of Manhattan. The view was incredible, of course, but what really struck me is the effect it had on the city. People flood the streets, traffic slows, and everyone takes it in. An entire city pauses for a moment to stop and simply marvel. It was beautiful.