New Yorkers… work hard, play hard… but down right lazy for about pretty much everything else.
They don’t do their own laundry. $9 bucks, cleaned, folded and delivered. Check. and Check.
They don’t visit friends in the east side because “they’re too far” (ahem…hello, it’s like a 20 minute commute from the west side)
They don’t cook and in my case… I don’t really know how to cook.
But one thing New Yorkers know how to do is eat out and order in on the cold and rainy days. Careful ordering in though, because the mean-Chinese-food-delivery-man-who-hates-his-job was not happy with his $4 tip because it “was cold out”. DUH… I know that’s why we ordered in. After that, I double bolted the door because, mmm, he knew where I lived.
Little interesting New York tidbit Trivia: DID YOU KNOW that if you ate out for each meal (that’s three times a day) it would take you approximately 16 years to try every restaurant in New York City…given that nothing closes down and nothing opens up (Thanks Scott Disick for opening up your restaurant and throwing me off by another 16-something years…)
Some of the cutest restaurants I have ate at so far include Serendipity, ABC Kitchen (Chicken Liver recommended) Calle Ocho, Cafeteria, and 44 & X. But the winner of them all: CHICKEN AND RICE! #nom (minus less cute-restaurant and more plain-delicious)