Articles posted in ‘Take-out/Delivery’

The Food Cellar

Saturday, February 14, 2009

After eating breakfast and checking e-mails in the morning, we spontaneously decided to head out to Long Island City and check out some condos. We put apartment hunting on hold for some time now, but we decided it would be fun to see an area we know little about, do some information gathering.
The brokers told […]

Moshe’s Falafel

Thursday, February 5, 2009

We’ve been noticing Moshe’s Falafel for a while now, parked on 17th Street, just east of 5th Ave. (There’s another one in midtown.) You can’t really miss it. It’s not a cart. I think it’s a refurbished RV.

We just wanted to try it, so it’s nice that they sell a “half” sandwich, which actually looks […]

Mariella Pizza

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Despite living in the same apartment for a few years now, we still don’t have a default delivery pizza we trust. We’ve tried Pete’s-A-Place, Pizza Paradise, Two Boots To Go West, and Bravo Pizza. Having a trusted pizza place is essential, so we continue the good fight, and last night, another one bit the dust, […]

Moby Dick’s House of Kabob

Sunday, December 28, 2008

My cousins in Maryland like a fast food chain called Moby Dick’s Moby Dick’s, so a crowd of us went for an early lunch on Saturday. I’m impressed that the suburbs have Persian fast food, but does it still qualify if they are really really slow?
I tasted some of my cousins hummus, which was pretty […]

Baltimore Trip – Lexington Market

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Recently we watched an episode of “Road Tasted with the Neelys”. It seems Food Network is truly scraping the bottom of the food world barrel; not that Pat & Gina aren’t wonderful, but to re-use them twice on two new shows is odd—to me. And the real trouble is that they were sent […]


Saturday, December 6, 2008

I love the name Pete’s-A-Place Pete’s-A-Place. It’s hilarious.
Delivery took about 30 minutes, which is ok, but everything was only slightly above room temperature so I had to take the time to reheat everything. We got a large pie (half plain, half sausage). Nothing special. It’s average dough, average sauce, average cheese.

The pepperoni roll was below […]

White Castle Virgin

Saturday, November 29, 2008

This may be shocking but I had never eaten White Castle before. I know you are already laughing at me but in case your interested in this unique perspective…I just tried it for the first time yesterday. After eating a cheeseburger, 2 burgers, and a few sides, I have two major complaints and one […]

Knish Nosh in Central Park

Saturday, November 1, 2008

I grew up in Forest Hills and my mom had a boutique clothing store on the border of Forest Hills and Rego Park. Across Queens Boulevard was a shop called Knish Nosh, which had wonderful knishes. (Every Jewish person I have ever met knows about this place.) As a kid, I ate these knishes, my […]

Dominos Hot Sandwiches

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Lately, Domino’s has been advertising like crazy about their Oven Baked Sandwiches. I’m a total sucker for food advertising, so I’ve been dying to try one. Tim suggested using’s Domino’s Page, to get some coupons, which we did, and we ordered all four of the types of sandwiches: Chicken Bacon Ranch, Philly […]

Gotham Pizza

Saturday, October 18, 2008

So last night, we were at Marc‘s going away party (we will miss you Marc), and we met his friend, Eric, who has eaten at 326 by-the-slice pizza places. Wow! So, we agreed that the New York City Slice has gone down in the last ten years and it’s hard to find a really good […]