Thursday, May 17, 2012

BBQ and Bowling Shoes

We recently discovered this list of the best BBQ in the city, and we've made it our mission to try every single one.
We started with The Smoke Joint near our old place in Brooklyn.
Whitney and Leash joined, and we filled our table (and stuffed our bellies) with ribs, chicken wings, pulled pork, brisket, BBQ chicken, cornbread, mac n cheese, collard greens, baked beans, and spicy fries. They even had sweet tea and a huge bourbon list.
Despite a stoic and somewhat unfriendly waiter (we've missed you, Brooklyn), the food was delicious, and we devoured it in minutes.
For Cinco de Mayo, we went to a food truck festival at South Street Seaport.
Afterward, we went bowling at an alley/bar near our apartment.
 Forget pitchers. This is how they serve you beer (and no, we didn't drink it alone).
One of us had to get kids-size shoes. We'll let you guess which.


  1. i know EXACTLY what bowling alley you're bowling team bowled there (zog sports!!) and um i'm hit or miss, but maybe leashy and i can compete against you and jerm at some point - team lala/jerm vs team b/leashy (or do we spell it leeshy??!)

    1. Frames! I don't think I broke 100 in my three games combined, but it's on! Chubs will make up for my bowling shortcomings. Lace up (velcro up in my case) your bowling shoes!