You Can Buy Anything in New York City

Paleo Retiree writes:

Wandering around the streets of NYC often leaves me marveling at the variety of what’s available for purchase. Just yesterday I enjoyed a visit to Sakaya, a store in the East Village that sells nothing but sake.

sakaya01 sakaya02Couldn’t resist the siren call and treated myself to a high-end bottle of unfiltered sake. It was delicious: far more complex (in texture as well as flavor) than what I usually wind up drinking at sushi joints.

About Paleo Retiree

Onetime media flunky and movie buff and very glad to have left that mess behind. Formerly Michael Blowhard of the cultureblog 2Blowhards.com. Now a rootless parasite and bon vivant on a quest to find the perfectly-crafted artisanal cocktail.
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6 Responses to You Can Buy Anything in New York City

  1. spandrell says:

    Not even the Japanese drink the stuff anymore. That should tell you how good it is.

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  2. Christine says:

    Do you know “The Meadow,” a shop on Hudson Street near Charles that sells different kinds of salt, chocolate bars and bitters? I bought cardamom bitters from them a few months ago, and need to spike my coffee with it ever since. After we went there, my friend and I told each other, “I can’t wait until we tell our friend H. who lives in Portland, OR about this store. She’ll be so jealous!” Then I go on the website, and of course, the first branch of the store is in Portland.

    Thanks for the tip about Sakaya.

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    • No, I didn’t know about The Meadow. Sounds like it offers some nice things, I’ll be sure to check it out. Amazing what’s available in NYC generally … but the Village is especially rich in strange and wonderful things to buy. Nice that the non-big-cities are coming up in the world too where exotic food and goodies go.

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