For the love of physics and maritime history I couldn’t resist the offer when one of my local friends said he has one extra ticket for a presentation on Hologram one Friday evening in Intrepid.
Yes, the tickets are absolutely free but it is first come first serve and you have to be real quick in getting them. It is definitely icing on the cake if someone does all the hard work to get the free ticket and you get to enjoy a nice Beer while seated inside a spaceship kind of environment and listen to some nerdy speech on one of your favorite ex-subjects in school.
Food and Beer
Just like the true reflection of the mixed culture of people from every nook and corner of the World, variety of Food is simply heavenly here. I couldn’t believe Food can be so authentic and make your taste buds go crazy.
First time in my life I had some really authentic Mexican Food in Rosa Mexicano which serves lip smacking fresh Guacamole prepared right in front of your eyes. I ended up visiting this place twice.
Queen of Sheba is the place where I had delicious Ethiopian dish with super soft Injera.
I obviously tried Indian food too in New Jersey once and many a times in Manhattan. Ironically, I didn’t like the Indian Food in a Punjabi Restaurant in New Jersey which was in a locality full of Indians and ended up loving Indikitch located in Manhattan.
I also got a chance to visit the World famous Kati Roll joint and I now know why the hell is this insanely tasty Rolls are World famous.
Another worth mentioning cuisine was the amazing Chinese cuisine in Xi’an Famous Foods. Interestingly, I was never a fan of Chinese cuisine and never knew what the authentic Chinese food is like till I tasted the mouthwatering Cold Noodles and lamb soup in this place. NYC is also heaven for vegans.
Note: I actually prefer homemade food and I don’t mind cooking to avoid regular eating out. Especially, when I am abroad I prefer to cook myself. But the food in NYC made me crazy and I never ever felt like cooking even once during my stay.