I've just a few distinct taste memories from when I was in single digits, and one of those increasingly foggy recollections is most definitely of the olive oil my Genovese granny would sprinkle on bread, eggs and pizza (she called it "pizza," but it was more like what we'd call "foccacia").
Italians have taught me a lot about eating and eating this breakfast reaffirmed the principle that good taste is obviously important but good people at the table are just as important to the enjoyment of the meal.
At my advanced years, I have recently enjoyed the singular pleasure of having young people – particularly it seems, women – opening the door for me as I dodder through. Less pleasant has been the response I get from women (and, yes, particularly women) of more around my years who allow me to open the door for them and do not even offer a mumbled Thank You.
Although the precise location on Marion Street and the specific "brands" remain unspecified, it's our understanding that at least three LEYE-type restaurants will move into a stretch of three or maybe four side-by-side lots on Marion Street.
Our You Really Should Drink This segment focuses on the Manhattan at Barclay's American Grille where Joe (could there be a more perfect bartender name?!) knows his stuff and shows it with every beautiful Manhattan he mixes up.