Would you rather…
drink blue wine?
Or blue lattes? (They’re also doing green matcha and black charcoal buns, if that sways you.)
Jk. Neither. Butterfly pea Witch Mojitos 4eva!
Would you rather read a personal essay about a grown woman dining alone at a Disneyworld “Princess Storybook” character breakfast from Eater?
Or Lucky Peach? For now, the latter is print-only so Eater wins on a technicality, but it’s a pretty compelling write-a-story-only-you-can piece from the new fantasy-themed issue. I’ll link when it becomes available.
Clearly, though, the real question is whether a grown woman can get a bread bowl at Disneyworld.
Because I just can’t stop keeping tabs on neighborhoods I haven’t lived in for 15 years.
Natalie Keyssar/The New York Times
Or The Bad Old Days?
Photo: Attilio Maranzano/Fondazione Prada
Snack at Bar Luce, the Wes Anderson-designed cafe that’s opening in Milan.
Dine at Agrikol, Arcade Fire’s Haitian restaurant that will be “more of an art project.” (Not actual footage of Agrikol.)
Shop at a Club Monaco inside of Noma that looks like an Urban Outfitters in Williamsburg?
Drink Rwandan coffee at the TOMS cafe opening in Nolita this week that looks like an Urban Outfitters in Williamsburg?
Would you rather:
Eat Beijing burgers in NoMad?
Crab rangoon and Brooklyn Lager in Shanghai?
*I’m 99.9% certain that’s not the chain in question, as it appears to be a one-off in Qingdao that serves chicken sandwiches. In fact, there’s no (English-language or crappy Chinese Google translate) online evidence of the existence of an Uncle Sam Fast Food in China. I would ponder if this was just an elaborate hoax, but some teenager in Brooklyn did win an Uncle Sam’s logo contest–at least according to China Daily, which may or may not be a legit publication.