Grub Street, by Vanita Salisbury

Tate Donovan Knows Where to Find ‘Crazy, Crazy, Crazy Good’ Bagels and Excellent Hot Dogs
Published: August 7, 2015

Friday, July 31
Breakfast is granola from Sullivan Street Bakery, which is wickedly good. I add yogurt, some blueberries, strawberries, and a banana, which I got from Chelsea Market. Well, I got everything but the strawberries at Chelsea Market, because oddly enough they were out. I had a special-blend Barry’s tea with half-and-half and a teaspoon of Vermont maple syrup. The tea is from McNulty’s on Christopher Street, one of the great coffee-and-tea stores in America...
Saturday, August 1
Breakfast at home is always a variation on the same theme: Either a cold cereal and the above fruit combo, or yogurt and granola and the fruit combo. Today it’s Grape-Nuts, blueberries, strawberries, banana, two-percent organic milk, and Barry’s Tea. About the tea: McNulty’s is the only place I’ve found that sells this particular blend, which I fell in love with in Ireland. A lot of people sell Barry’s Tea but it’s the red label, and that’s a little lighter. The classic blend is a much maltier, darker tea. It’s good for the morning.

 

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