|I know it’s clearly labeled outside, but trust me, it was indeed a Michelin restaurant.|
|Photo from their website. It definitely was not empty when we were there, but it was gorgeous.|
|: Dried Sour Cherries, Candied Pistachios and White Port Gelée|
This restaurant offers “dessert tasting menus.” You pick the theme, and you get small portions of several desserts. I chose the “Pomegranate” menu:
And, of course, some parting treats:
We had a little more time before we needed to get to the airport, so we dashed back up to the Met to cram in as much art as we could in under an hour. In this case, it meant the modern wing and the Costume Institute. They had an exhibit there on Jacqueline de Ribes. The more I learned about her, the more convinced I was that Jason would totally hang out with her.
We dashed back to the hotel, grabbed our bags, and took the metro back to JFK. Our fights were at the same time, but from different terminals, so I bade the boys farewell on the airtrain and headed back to Denver.
Because I have my priorities straight, when I got home around midnight I did not unpack, but I did hang up my new art:
Thus ends another fabulous trip!