There was even “Swedish poutine” with fries, gravy, cheese curds, buttermilk fried chicken and....... lingonberry jam. Weird! But very tasty. Luca gives it a solid thumbs up and would love to go again:
And if you make a left turn when you get out and start walking towards Chinatown you will find Taiyaki serving fish-shaped custard-filled cones filled with icecream and toppings:
After those two visits we seriously started doubting if we would ever feel hungry again. But at the end of the day and some 33.000 steps later we did have room for dinner:
As we walked around Manhattan Luca was really puzzled by where they keep the schools. Especially as we met a few classes on field trips. I tried to point to a building and explain to him, that it was a school and he hard a hard time buying that. “But they don’t have any playgrounds! Where do they play?”. Well as we went to cross Brooklyn bridge we solved the mystery.They just block the street in front of the school and send over an NYPD officer, er voila!