As a Brit I'm very fond of a good pint of Beer from time to time. But Beer drinking has always been seen as a very old fashioned thing to drink and be around, (Well in the UK that is anyway) as well as the vision of grotty old men's pubs to drink it in too.
At Last a venue to be proud of to drink your beloved pint in which is set in edgy East London.
After about 20 trips to Amsterdam, Constantina and I finally managed to have something other than a hot dog at the airport for dinner. We enjoyed our meal at Mazzo as much as we enjoyed the design of the restaurant: simple, quirky and undeniably Dutch!
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I wanted to continue on from Gale's last post on New York as I know for many people the City has some of the most amazing places to Eat, Drink and be merry:)
When I visited NY late last year I dined at my hotels Restaurant The Breslin Which I later found out was the name of the old Hotel that used to be there.
I could describe in some way that this venue had a touch of the British about it which works very well as a dining space - I would recommend the Pumpkin pancakes with spiced butter and pecans & the thrice cooked chips are something Else.
This artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace is a collaboration between Joe Bastianich, Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich and Oscar Farinetti. It has plenty for visitors to shop, taste and savor including seven full-service eateries, a café, wine shop, bakery and patisserie, and a culinary educational center. The marketplace also offers a variety of cured meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables, fresh meats and fish, handmade pastas, desserts, baked goods, coffees and teas, as well as a selection of housewares and books, Italian dried pastas, canned goods, sauces, olive oils and more. Located in the Flatiron District at 200 Fifth Avenue (formerly the iconic Toy Building), Eataly encompasses 42,500 square feet along with a 4,500 square-foot open-air rooftop beer garden.
One word- awesome!