This year, instead of giving each other things for Christmas, we decided to give each other an experience. We booked flights to NYC, because Ryan had never been during the holiday season, and I’m always looking for an excuse to go back.
We went to see @therockettes 👯♀️, strolled through all the Christmas markets 🎄, watched the magical holiday light show at Sax Fifth Avenue, and even went sledding in Central Park. 🛷❄️ We’re kind of hoping this turns into a tradition, because these memories together are so much more valuable to us than things.
What are your favorite holiday traditions? 🎅🏼 @alaskaair @darling #darling#iflyalaska
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Since we just moved to NYC, we're going to stay put, but we'll be back on the road soon enough.
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Here’s the 411:
It’s an institution.
A rite of passage.
A NYC world-renowned steakhouse that opened its doors in Brooklyn in 1887 by German settlers (a second location later opened on Long Island in 1984).
It’s still cash only (and debit card) and reservations still need to be phoned. No Open Table, and they’re not sorry about it.
So what’s there to say? Nothing. You go. Many of your opinions are already formulated since you’ve been; others are preconceived notions from magazine articles and tv shows. So you go and you say that you’ve been. Is it the best steakhouse ever? You be the judge. That’s a fair assessment.
I won’t tell you what to think. 😏
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