McNulty's has been doing the same thing for nearly one hundred years: selling fresh, high-quality coffees and teas in an old-fashioned setting replete with tin ceilings and wooden slat floors and bins.
A lifelong nosher with an insatiable taste for adventure, Ed Levine has turned his quirky passion into a New York institution, tirelessly seeking out the freshest, most delicious, best-priced scallion pancake, pork sausage, smoked mozzerella, foie gras, Jamaican jerk chicken, key lime pie, cappuccino-brownie ice cream, strawberry lemonade, and just about everything else the city has to offer. This long-awaited revised edition includes: painstakingly detailed, up-to-the-minute coverage of all five boroughs (including expanded coverage of Brooklyn and Queens), an all-new section on the Hamptons, Ed's best-of-the-best restaurant picks, an incredibly complete directory of New York's ethnic markets (you won't know how you lived without it), and more.
Here are some of the joys that keep me in Greenwich Village. (All telephone numbers are in the 212 area code.)
The increasing demand for decaffeinated coffee is one of the more noticeable changes in eating habits. Despite that growing demand, envelopes of instant Sanka are often presented with hot water at the end of the meal, even in some of our toniest and otherwise impeccable restaurants.