So much to see and do in New York! I’ve been a few times and it’s always interesting.
New York is even better than it was portrayed in Marmalade Boy (I am going to finish that series sometime, but I got distracted by My Hero Academia and busy with life).
I went to visit a friend, but while in town I figured I’d search for anime and anime related items. I visited Image Anime, Kinokuniya, and Bookoff. Of the three stores, I found Bookoff carried more of the anime genres I like and they had great prices.
Have you seen ReLife, Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, or Himouto! Umaru-chan? At some point I’ll write a post on these!
Have you seen Engaged to the Unidentified? It made me laugh, look for a post in the future.
I went to several restaurants that I enjoyed; Nakamura Ramen, Cafe Zaiya, Wasabi Sushi & Bento, Landmark Tavern, and Eat Thai.
Of course now I can’t remember what my friend and I ordered, but it was delicious!
Cafe Zaiya is in the Kinokuniya Bookstore. I just got onigiri and a jelly cat. It was a yummy snack! Plus this cafe has a great view of Bryant Park.
Food that’s fresh, tasty, and relatively healthy! Sign me up!
Definitely recommend the Bangers and Mash! Excellent customer service too.
Fresh air, a cool breeze (courtesy of the fan), and a view.
The papaya salad was invigorating.
Had to order the Pad Thai! Scrumptious!
Thankful that these restaurants had friendly staff and delicious food. Would absolutely visit these places again!
And in addition to great food, I got to check out some cool stores.
Will post later about the rest of my trip to New York.