I had a busy weekend! Instead of recapping all of it, here are a few tidbits of it:
Woorijip: My roommate and I swung by Korea Town after leaving the club on Friday night (or more accurately, Saturday morning). Bad, I know. But we were both hungry and needed a little something to soak up the alcohol in our systems.
I didn’t get a chance to take a photo of Woorijip, but it’s a fast food-style place with food in plastic containers in coolers and heating units. Very authentic Korean food and a lot of choice! Check out Yelp for some photos of their setup. My roommate picked out a noodle dish and I picked out some soup with tofu and seaweed. Didn’t taste like there was any miso in it to me though – it was spicy but good! The noodles were on the average side, similar to noodles you can get at any other Asian place.
Packard’s: I was cleaning out my summer bag (which I’ll need to share some photos of sometime) when I found this in the side pocket! It’s a menu from a bar in my college’s town that my friends and I used to go to all the time. It made me so nostalgic.
South Street Seaport Food Truck Festival: My friends and I decided to hit this up on Saturday to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! We’d all bought LivingSocial deals online that gave us two drink tickets and five tastes from the food trucks. But sadly, the deal wasn’t really worth it. It was packed and the lines were crazy long… We were willing to wait at first, but it turned out most of the “tastes” weren’t even a small dish! One truck (not naming names) only gave out a little condiment container-ful of cole slaw. I did try the tastes that the Treats dessert truck was offering up though – they gave a small Mexican brownie and butterscotch bar. Both were good! Overall though, my friends and I agreed that the LivingSocial deal was not worth it. Sad news for my foodie self. The event was still fun though! We ended up drinking and dancing on the Seaport. There were a ton of entertaining drunk people, of course. Secret about me that’s not so secret… I love people-watching!
This morning’s breakfast was a bowl of delicious banana oats topped with granola!
After I hit the gym in the afternoon, I wanted a smoothie bowl. I threw together a green monster smoothie with some protein powder in it and sucked it down. So good!
I wasn’t too hungry after the smoothie bowl at 4:30, so it wasn’t until around 8 that I heated up a black bean quesadilla and leftover brussel sprouts. Now I’m nice and full.