Take a virtual stroll with us here...
|At the first corner you'll see Starbucks....corporate mandated decorations that are identical to |
all the other Starbucks in the city? Probably. But we still like snowflakes.
|Next door we have Moscow on the Hudson. |
Going to a dinner party? Pick up a box of decadent pastries and treats!
(BTW - did you know that there was a movie called Moscow on the Hudson
starring Robin Williams?!?! )
|181st Street Bakery & Deli. |
Sporadic Hudson Heights blogger Patrick Moschitto recommends the egg & cheese on a roll.
Next door is the Groom Team - perfect spot to get cleaned up for the Holiday Parties!
Across the way, it's cozy inside Sushi Yu 2 with their festive tree just inside the doorway. This Japanese restaurant is great for dining in or take-out!
|One of the neighborhood's newest editions, Saggio, is about to celebrate it's 1-year anniversary. Intrepid HHG photographer Peter Smith's pick is the Papardelle with Lamb Ragu followed by a generous serving of the amazing fig gelato.|
|Cabrini Wines is known for its vast array of wines from all over the world. They generally have Holiday packs at a great price....the perfect way to prep for a party or a host/hostess gift.|
|Neighborhood newbie Le Cheile shines with the eponymous house beer for $5. |
HHG contributor Melissa also enjoys the Chicken Parm & farmer's side of peas.
|The tree at 181 Cabrini. HHG Founder Chris Rizzo's preferred meal here is: |
James' Special Chicken and a glass of the Cabrini Malbec.
Happy holidays! We hope you'll visit one or more of our great neighborhood establishments before the end of 2011. Support the hood - go local!