September 2012

Last seasons pants

September 18, 2012

FishTag- Ambitious and Delicious Fishes

buttons open

222 West 79th (between Amsterdam and B'way)
(212) 362-7470

Excellent. You'll consume more than your skinny jeans will allow.

pants at a glance

  • scene: Simple and clean on the UWS; in the know locals and date nighters
  • sip: Wines in any size you would want (don't tell Bloomberg)
  • savor: Prawn bruschetta; octopus; salmon
  • sit: This is a good place to take your parents; friends on the UWS; People who like to share food
  • stilettos: need to look neat- more Equipment shirt than concert t-shirt
  • spend: $$
  • address: 222 West 79th (between Amsterdam and B'way)
  • phone number: (212) 362-7470
  • website:

pants picks

Fish Facegood in the hoodHyped ChefWell Fed Med

Don’t get your khakis in a bunch, but the UWs side is pretty much the ‘burbs to us- residential, pretty, and slightly slower than the frenetic pace of the Big City.  Restaurants on the UWS seem to serve a purpose- to feed people- rather than excite and inspire them; a night out is built around […]

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September 6, 2012

Blanca- White is the New Black, Even after Labor Day

buttons bursting open

261 Moore Street (Between White and Bogrart)
(646) 703-2715

The highest Pants praise! You'll head home to stretchy-pants bliss.

pants at a glance

  • scene: Communal table that faces the open kitchen in a modern setting; A sense of foodie adventure and bonding all around
  • sip: The paired beverages
  • savor: The whole menu
  • sit: With someone who will appreciate the coolness of the whole experience; only groups of up to 6 are allowed, there are only 20 seats in total
  • stilettos: Its BK, so anything goes, but we definitely recommend some stretchy pants
  • spend: $$$$
  • address: 261 Moore Street (Between White and Bogrart)
  • phone number: (646) 703-2715
  • website:

pants picks

BKCounter cultureFoodie Funspecial occassion

Fashion trends can be painstakingly obvious- ask anyone who currently has pink tips on the end of their hair where they once had feathers sewn in, or anyone who has used “color-blocking” in casual conversation. Food, like fashion, also has a cyclical pattern of trends- some things can be hot for a minute (fondue, heel-less […]

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