NYC – Jazz It Up!

12 Jul

Day 2

First thing after waking up, we go to Cupcake Cafe for cupcakes, hehe. The cupcakes looked super cute, but tasted quite average. xD I don’t think anything could’ve compared after Magnolia Bakery, haha.

We high-tailed it to Momofuku Noodle Bar, which yielded big, yummy ramen bowls for lunch. Full and satisfied, we still decided to pay Chickalicious a visit for dessert. Once we finished refueling, we subway-ed to visit various districts in Manhattan: Chinatown (boring), Little Italy (quaint), and SOHO (shopping haven).

By the time we got back to the hotel, we were pooped from an entire day of walking.

After plopping onto the soft, welcoming hotel bed, we didn’t want to get up again, but we managed to muster up the energy to get dressed and ready for dinner.

Annndddd here we are at Aldea waiting for our table…

Dinner was amazing here. I had this milky, coconut mackerel appetizer and char with passion fruit… very unique tastes.  And the ambiance was perfectly conducive to good conversation, which is what was had. 🙂

After dinner, we went to Garage jazz lounge. So so so much fun!!!

What a poppin’ place! The jazz band that was playing that night was excellent. There’s nothing I love more than watching musicians that are completely submerged and enamoured by their own music. How can you not have a good time? 😀

We wouldn’t be able to tell ya.

2 Responses to “NYC – Jazz It Up!”

  1. Lulu July 12, 2010 at 11:26 pm #

    that jazz musician looks like a wax figurine XD

    • Daisy July 13, 2010 at 4:28 pm #

      well when he plays, i’m the one who’s melting, haha.

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