I'm a big fan of broadway. But I mostly enjoy musicals. This Saturday night my husband and I went to see the Book of Mormon on Broadway. Created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (South Park) together with one of the dudes who put together Avenue Q - this play did not disappoint. I laughed through the entire show. The storyline was brilliant and the content was tolerably offensive. I was thoroughly impressed by the writing, singing and casting. The actors in this show were outstanding.
1.) Crispy Spring Rolls (with home made plum sauce - omg.)
2.) Smoked ribs
3.) Hot wings
We also had 2 tacos:
1.) Chili kissed tilapia
2.) Korean beef taco
I could rave about the food all night long and I cannot wait to go back to try the rest of the dishes here. I literally had to ask the waitress for a menu half way through our meal just so I could study it and decide what I want to order the next time I go back...
I will be honest though, and tell you a few things that I noticed. The service was not great. The staff seemed nervous for some reason, and they have been unable to get their liquor license (expected 4/9). They had two large TV's which is great for watching games but they gave us a hard time about putting the College basketball games on during a march madness finals series. This was touch and go for the people sitting next to us (we got there at 6:30 on Saturday and had to eat at the bar - they do not take reservations) who also had to send back their french fries because they were cold...
But seriously - I still want to eat here again. The tasty and beautiful food won me over!
232 E 53rd Street (between 2nd & 3rd Ave)