Pure Food and, Karen- Stop Whining
Celebrating a very special period in my life, I was treated to a triple-digit all-raw dinner at Pure Food & Wine. Being perpetually broke and an avid thrifter, I am normally critical of such lofty expenditures, even food expenditures. Despite the hefty crew of NYC happy hour socialites toasting pitchers of organic alcoholic concoctions, PFW is a special-occasions place to me. And though the food left my taste buds ruptured with overuse, I’ll not find justification for such gourmet prices again anytime soon.
Spicy Thai lettuce wraps with tamarind chili sauce, pea shoots, mango and cabbage.
Zucchini and Roma tomato lasagna: basil pistachio pesto, sun-dried tomato sauce & pignoli ricotta
The classic sundae: vanilla ice cream, cherry framboise, bananas and candied almonds. The best $15 sundae you’ll ever have.