Lunch Explorations

July 16th, 2009
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I complain about the culinary wasteland that is Midtown, but all things considered, I’m in a relatively good spot to eat if I take a little more than the customary 15 minutes to grab something quick and eat at my desk.
Last week, Tammi and I started working on losing some weight. I refuse to call it a diet, but healthier living is probably for the best, so we’ll see what happens. There may be some mention of it here and there on the blog, but if you want weekly updates on such things, see Ed Levine. That’s not my thing.
Here’s where it’s relevant: One of my goals is to walk more and I figure what’s more motivating for me that food? So, I’m trying to get out to some of those places that are pretty close to my office, but further than I would usually consider for lunch. Think 2nd Avenue, Curry Hill or Chelsea. All within 10 blocks of my office, but outside of the 2 block radius I typically lock myself into.
My trip to Baoguette was my first such excursion. My goal is to do this at least once a week. If nothing else, it should make for some more interesting eating options which can’t be bad.

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