• Had tea at Oscar Wilde Tea Room- perfectly kitsch and marvelous
  • Had delightful evening at Barcade, where I got to relive my youth and play Pac Man and Centipede
  • Manhattanhenge is where city dwellers gather in the streets to watch the sunset
  • I know I totally mocked the combined no hitter- yet there I was cheering on the 10th anniversary of Johan Santana’s no no, as he stood at the mound with the five pitchers from the combined no no….hypocrisy my name is LA
  • Gallery 300 begins the Medieval section of the Met- with an abundance of artifacts and art.
  • Also caught the new showing of baseball cards from the Burdick collection, which is tucked away in the least accessible area of the Met…

27 thoughts on “What Inspired Me- 6/5/22

  1. I was impressed by the tearoom–my kind of place. I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating–the tea book club idea is just wonderful. Then you had to top it off with Oscar Wilde and public statuary! ๐Ÿ’œ

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    1. Itโ€™s one of my faves! We used to go to a Bobby flay place in Motherโ€™s Day, because they made the best chilaquiles. One year I took his cookbook out and triedโ€ฆso many ingredients and steps to his recipe. Decided it was cheaper to get at his place

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