As Hurricane Sandy approaches, New Yorkers have been stocking up on packets of ramen and cans of beans, unhappily contemplating the less than appetizing meals that they’ll be eating over the next few days, meals that will more than likely involve a lot of peanut butter and jelly.
But for those who can’t bear the thought of lunching on crackers and tuna fish, there is hope: the subways might be down, but fine dining doesn’t stop just because there’s a hurricane on the way. A number of the city’s best restaurants are planning to serve as usual on Monday and Tuesday, providing a ravenous public with foie gras, lobster bolognese and miso-glazed salmon.
That is, so long as Sandy doesn’t obliterate Manhattan altogether. Read More