My New Favorite Restaurant

October 19, 2006 | By | COMMENTS









Categories: Comics, Northeast, Restaurant Comics, Restaurant Reviews, The Rest of the U.S.

  • Ilana

    Oh. My. GOD.

    Thats one of the best meals I’ve ever seen. I can’t even comprehend how good it must be!

  • Kate

    This is the coolest blog post I’ve ever seen! Wow- you rock! Not to mention the food looks dynamite!

  • Foodie and the Feast

    I’m digging the cartoon format. What a beautiful restaurant and the food looks great too!

  • Kristen

    Oh god, please tell me this comic-like post will be the format of the FoodTV show you alluded to: “This fish is overcooked! AMATEUR GOURMET SMASH!”

  • Jeff

    Wow – great post! Now you have to let us know how you made it look like that. If you will reveal some of your award-winning blogging secrets that is (did I kiss up too much, not enough?)

  • karen

    Loved your post!

  • Jason Sholar

    Very well executed, as always. I love your facial expressions. lol funny!

  • tokyoastrogirl

    Wait- your dad doesn’t like cheese? You must be adopted!

  • christina

    Such a great post! Makes me miss the east coast terribly. At least I can appreciate the food through you.

  • Lenn

    I’m going there in two weeks…CAN’T WAIT!!!

  • fruit seasons

    I think my produce guide could improve the quality of your ingredients.

  • Miriam

    Very creative post :) The meal looked delicious. How’d you find out about the restaurant?

  • lindatooo

    I think I’m in love….great blog!

  • zeep

    Haha – I saw your O-face AG!!

    Awesome post, kudos on the comic book style, very cool and it actually really served to present the photos well. kudos.

  • roonie

    why does Dad always look sad? Even when he smiles, he looks sad!


  • Kirk

    What a dork.

  • Heidi

    Martha was just out at the Rockefeller Estate and talking up the restaurant on her show this week!

  • avril

    Martha talked this place up several years ago (before her show was the train wreck it is now) and I always intrigued. Their gardens are beautiful!

  • Kevin

    Come on Pops! No cheese? No drinky? *sigh* His reward in life must come from having such a cool and fun-loving family. Congrats to you all (and to you for another wickedly creative post)!

  • tuliptoe

    For a foodie and a comic book fan this post was PERFECTION! Thanks Adam and good luck with all your new endevors! I for one will surely be reading your book and watching for your new show!! :)

  • Brilynn

    Hey- I’m new to your blog (shame on me for it taking so long) and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. This was a great post.

  • matt

    thanks for making a review a pleasure to read, and see.

  • Sarah

    So witty and delightful! Proof how much I love this blog: it’s after 5pm and I’m still at the office reading it! Love it! Thank you.

  • maryeats

    More! You should do this for every restaurant. Brilliant.

  • Melis

    They have a sister restaurant — well, actually the original Blue Hill — right in Manhattan. The menu looks very similar. I have heard great things about the Westchester location (and know someone who volunteers at Stone Barns), but haven’t heard anything about the NYC restaurant. I may be going there this Friday, so I will report back. Until then, has anyone ever eaten there?

  • krista

    Amazing! Very nice presentation.

  • MM

    I’ve been saying it for years…this is the greatest restaurant in America.

    It is the entire package and then some.

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