What’s The Food: Sichaun & Italian
What’s the move, NYC?! We hope you had an eventful Memorial Day Weekend. Thank you for coming back to see the eats for this week.
This week I visited Han Dynasty, a Chinese restaurant that has many Sichuan dishes but isn’t specifically a Sichuan eatery. They offer dishes here that you won’t find at your normal Chinese restaurant, like dumplings in chili oil, which happen to be really good. This is good quality Chinese for a moderate price and they have a cool drink menu as well. Normally this place doesn’t get too crowded but weekdays after dinner and weekends can be a little busy.
90 3rd Avenue
New York, NY 10003
For brunch I went to an old favorite, Sotto Voce. This Park Slope Italian restaurant is always a good choice. Sotto Voce has been around for almost 20 years. It’s one of the best places to eat in the neighborhood and their dinner menu is delectable. Their brunch gives you unlimited mimosas, champagne or Bloody Mary’s with your meal so what’s not to love about that? Brunch is only $20 AND you get pound cake.
225 7th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Uncle Louie G’s
It’s getting hot out, friends. It’s ice cream, slushee and icee season. Where-oh-where do we go? Uncle Louie G’s of course! This ice cream/icee franchise is THE BEST place to go to for a cool snack. They have so many flavors of icees and ice cream, you will definitely find something you like. You can also turn your icee into a slushee and you can make any ice cream flavor into a shake. Visit Louie G’s website to find a location close to you!
Until next week! Hit me up for more food suggestions —-> @itsmewandie