Casual Friday Night Out


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wine at eataly

Most of the time I like to have a plan, but sometimes there is a lot of freedom and fun in having nothing to do! Living in New York I am partial to dining out during the week when restaurants are less crowded, waitstaff are more friendly and more locals are out. This past Friday was a gorgeous warm day and we had zero plans but wanted to do something fun and spontaneous! We decided oysters at il pesce, the fish bar inside Eataly, would be a great start and then we could walk over and check out the newly opened Madison Square Eats.

Last Friday was the first day of the semi-annual culinary pop-up Madison Square Eats which is one of my favorite dining destinations in the city. What is better than some of the city’s best eateries all located in one place to sample while enjoying Madison Square Park and a drink or two? James and I grabbed a beer and did a lap of all the vendors before settling on the ones to dine at. So many new vendors this year that I can’t wait to try, but this time we went for old faithfuls like Roberta’s pizza, Seoul Lee Korean BBQ and the Doughnuttery. Madison Square Eats will be around the whole month of May from 11am – 9pm daily and I highly recommend stopping by!

oysters at eataly

{No better way to start a Friday night then with a dozen oysters at Eataly}

calamari

Madison Square Eats

Madison Square Eats

 

Roberta's Pizza at Madison Square Eats

{Roberta’s pizza | The Bee Sting is my favorite pie}

beer at Madison Square Eats{My beer at Madison Square Eats}

Roberta's Pizza

Seoul Lee Korean Barbecue

 

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