Thursday, January 9, 2014
Eating with Kids in NYC, Day Four
Our final day in NYC was rainy, so we decided to go to the American Museum of Natural History for the girls to take the Night at the Museum Tour. However, the crowd filled the steps to get in...so we changed our minds and headed down to the Chelsea Market instead.
Y'all, this place is seriously cool. This is definitely worth a stop when you're in New York. It fills an entire city block, and it's billed as "one of the greatest indoor food halls of the world." This is also where the Food Network is based, but, unfortunately, they don't offer tours.
We had brunch at Giovanni Rana Pasta Kitchen, which was a very cool space with such interesting dishes. They had a separate kids' menu, with various pastas and sauces, which Caroline had. The other two girls opted for more of a breakfast and ordered scrambled eggs.
I had their famous RaviolPizza (they serve 150 of these a day). It's a 7-inch homemade ravioli filled with mozzarella and marinara that's flash-fried and served like a pizza. Oh. My. Goodness. Out of this world.
We wrapped up our trip with a visit to FAO Schwarz and then headed to the airport. The girls bellied up to the awesome iPad bar in the Delta terminal and were content for hours.
Thanks, Dad...we had a GREAT time!