What Curious George key chains and French baguettes have in common is not entirely clear, but this Upper East Side trio of ... More
What Curious George key chains and French baguettes have in common is not entirely clear, but this Upper East Side trio of E.A.T. Gifts, E.A.T. Cafe and the E.A.T. deli has pulled it off masterfully. Finish an overstuffed sandwich and saunter next door to the gift shop for after-dinner games, a $65 Barbie lamp for the kids or over sized glow in the dark glasses. More practical items like address books are also available. Moreover, they also provide some huge space for private parties and gatherings.
I had been going to E.A.T. for years but I wont anymore...$13. for a glass of really bad Pinot Grigio, baby artichokes that were inedible, and a duck salad that was miniscule. They piled on the rubber artichokes though! And lots of bread...great...a total rip off now when it used to be worth it...
After a long day at the Met, four Chicago visitors were strolling around the neighborhood in the rain searching for a good, hot meal. A door man on 81rst recommended E.A.T., and it more than fit the bill. We were surprised to find the place packed at 3PM on a weekday, but we soon discovered why. The baked goods, salads, cheeses and breads looked scrumptuous as we made our way into the dining room. We sat down to see the prices and thought we'd been given joke menus. $15 for an egg salad sandwich? That's about ten times the actual cost of the sandwich- obviously we're paying for the rent. Really. Nevertheless, it was the best egg salad sandwich any of us had ever had. The Tuscan country soup was phenomenal; the carrot soup out of this world. I had just read an article in Cook's magazine on how to make the best macaroni and cheese, and as I took my first bite of theirs, I wondered if they hadn't written the article themselves. The bread basket was filled a with delicious assortment of baguette, whole grain and raisin- all top notch and even better, refreshed by prompt and courteous bus boys. The wait service was good and fast. A bit crowded and loud, but not rushed.
What great fun we had shopping in this small but packed with goodies shop. Something for everyone. Lots of vintage style items. Lots of not really needed but MUST have items. Many items that in all my travels and shopping have never seen.
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