Ok the place is not fancy but from their small kitchen, the cumin lamb noodles they cooked are so tasty. Go in line, place your order, pay, get a number, and you are good. Enjoy these wide ruban like noodles. Be warned it may be spicy. I’d like to go back and try other dishes.
This exhibition features Chuck Close’s photographic work. Chuck Close is renowned for his highly inventive techniques of painting the human face, and is best known for his large-scale, photo-based portrait paintings. He has mostly photographed friends and relatives but you can also see some nudes, flowers, and celebrities. But what I found more interesting is how he has used photographs as tools or first step to create paintings, prints, and also tapestry. This exhibitions also shows how photography has always played a fundamental role in his art.
If you like Chuck Close’s artwork, you may also have heard that in NEW YORK, the new Second Avenue Subway Line (an extension of the Q line on Upper West Side) has opened on New Year’s day and 12 works of Chuck Close adorn the brand new 86th Street station’s walls.
After a long run, I was cold and starving. I needed a cup of good coffee and some good comfort food. It was a great day for a good biscuit.
I was around University District and went to Morsel, which I was not familiar with. Among the 3 sandwiches offered, I chose the Spanish Fly, a buttermilk biscuit with prosciutto, arugula, fried running egg, manchego, and pepper aioli.
The fresh baked biscuit was delicious and it was garnished with high-quality products.
The service is super friendly and people there really care about your opinion. So I told them that I really liked my “sammie”, as they called their sandwiches.