I celebrated the longest day of the year with a dinner in Harlem. On my way there, I saw this beautiful glass mosaic mural, Spirit of Harlem, designed by Louis Delsarte. Notice the gentleman with the hat, sunglasses and umbrella. Priceless.
I had dinner with my friend, Angelica, at Red Rooster on 125th and Lenox. The cornbread with honey butter was delish! We sat outside and people-watched in between bites. Next door, a band played jazzy tunes and people gathered on the sidewalk to watch. It was a perfect summer evening.
Only in the West Village… I bought a New York City guidebook here that I’ve used often.
I love going to the MoMA. It’s one of my favorite museums. I discovered Modigliani here. If you haven’t seen one of his paintings, go here!
Another street scene, this time in Soho on my way to brunch on a Saturday morning in early April.
Bubby’s restaurant serves yummy brunch but the day I took this picture, we actually came from Locanda Verde, which also serves excellent brunch.
I was on my way to see The Importance of Being Earnest on a Saturday night. It’s amazing that I can capture this photo with the flash turned off.
I was on my way to the MoMA when I took this shot. I like the yellow cabs and the foodtruck umbrella in the background. It’s quintessentially New York.