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A Time for Italian

It was 8:00pm and we were exhausted from a day or work and errands, including said mattress delivery service below as well as our first workout using our new gym membership. Kelly wanted Italian and we were just too lazy to ‘discover’ a place or even search online. So, we called one of our two friends in NY and asked where to go.

As dB picked up the phone, I could tell he was out enjoying a drink. Perhaps nearby or maybe surrounded by other Russians in the Brighton Beach area.

“Where should we go for Italian?”

Frankies at 17 Clinton” (A short 4 blocks from apartment)


A few seconds later a text message appeared with the same information. That guy should start a web site or something.

Oh wait, he has. You can read about Food and Drink at the “Now Seen in Bon Appetit” FoodCandy.com. Signup. Post about food. Read about food. Join the new American food revolution, etc.


2 Responses

  1. So… how was it?

  2. It was really good, actually. I didn’t take pictures because, well, sometimes I need a bit more courage and sometimes it is nice to share a quiet meal. Anyway, we started with a rustic lentil soup with bacon in a well flavored beef stock. Kelly had the sweet potato ravioli in Parmesan chicken broth and I had the Cavalettea with spicy sausage in sage brown butter sauce. I had never had Cavaletta before but enjoyed it very much. Despite the sauce being butter-based, it didn’t feel greasy at all. We will go back.

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