A Pinch Of Salt

A Pinch Of Salt

  • Daniel Kramp
  • 11/16/21


Welcome to my 6th edition of a newsletter that has nothing to do with real estate, but everything to do with the foodie scene in New York City which is just as good :).

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Bohemian is a  Japanese-inspired restaurant, this ultra-exclusive secret restaurant that opened in 2009 requires the mention of someone you know who's dined here before in order to get reservations.

Once inside, you'll enjoy untraditional Asian-fusion dishes like teriyaki burgers, uni croquettes, short rib sashimi, and a soup-like mac & cheese. The restaurant is known for its Japanese Wagu beef, which comes from the Japan Premium Beef butcher store down the street.

  • Tip: The restaurant does not list its phone number publicly, so you'll have to ask your friends or put up a Facebook post to get around the “no entry without an introduction” policy.


Where:  57 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012
Beauty & Essex
Where: 146 Essex St, New York, NY 10002

In-the-know New Yorkers flock to this Lower East Side eatery, tucked away behind a pawn shop facade (which is stocked with an interesting collection of vintage jewelry, art, and musical instruments for sale). Once through, patrons encounter a grand restaurant entrance, complete with a two-story chandelier and a circular staircase. Beauty & Essex's four dining rooms, two bars, and a lounge area offer up a pretty vibrant wine-and-dine scene. Order up New American small plates with gluten-free and vegan options, as well.


Yellow Rose
Where: 102 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003

Yellow Rose is my most recent discovery for Tex-Mex food, and was introduced to me by one of my Texpat team members, and I was in for a pleasant surprise!

Some far-flung restaurants try to capture the nostalgia with gimmicks such as walls covered in cowboy hats, or parodies of the famously large servings. But one relatively new restaurant in New York City pays updated homage to the culinary diversity of South Texas, offering respite for displaced natives of the state and yet another excursion for New Yorkers curious about exotic cultures.

For Texpats in New York, many of whom proudly identify themselves to the staff, Yellow Rose has managed to capture the Lone Star State culture without becoming a caricature. And for New Yorkers, many of whom are new to Texas cuisine, Yellow Rose provides an authentic entry point.


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