Food Restaurants




Two summers ago, I lived alone and subletted an apartment in Nolita that had four channels on the television- one of them being the food network. Anytime I was home alone, I had top chef or chopped on in the background. This sadly didn’t directly translate to an increased cooking ability (I have actually burned eggs) , but rather my love for going out to eat and trying new restaurants. I’ll be breaking down some of my favorite restaurants on Live in Agape, so feel free to leave me comments on your thoughts and other places I should try!

R i v e r p a r k

A farm-to-table restaurant from Tom Colicchio located in Manhattan’s Kips Bay on East river’s edge

Go here for: 

Date night, brunch, or with your friend who is into local food and farm to table (it has an on-premises farm)

East & West Coast Oysters on the Half Shell
[vinaigrette was unreal]


Hamachi Crudo & Tartare
[Pickled Strawberries, Nasturtium, Rhubarb, Hazelnuts, Jalapeños, Lime]
Bone-in Monkfish
[Vadouvan Curry, Grilled Calamari, Chickpeas, Tuscan Kale, Tomato Chutney, Cilantro]
Bone-In Monkfish Riverpark Live in Agape
Grilled Cobia
[Manila Clams, Baby Bok Choy, Miso, Lemongrass Broth]
Cereal + Milk
[Chocolate Ganache Cake, Caramelized Rice Puffs, Vanilla Malt]



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