NYC Food Guy’s 1st Post: MY LAST MEAL

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This is the start of the most delicious and glorious culinary journey the internet has ever seen.

My goal here is simple: Guide the masses to delicious and affordable food.I live in New York but will not be limited to it. I have roots in Queens and Long Island and fully plan on giving both locales their culinary props.

Like a heaping plate of nachos or cheese fries, let’s delve right in with a philosophical debate for the ages: YOUR LAST MEAL. What’s on the plate? Surprise me.

In the spirit of sharing, here’s a little taste of mine:

When Donovan’s Pub was still a Pub in Bayside, Queens not a “Grill & Tavern”, this bacon cheeseburger with fried onions was my top burger:

Donovan’s Bacon Cheeseburger Cross Section

Baby Back Ribs from Georgia’s Eastside BBQ

Sundays are All You Can Eat Ribs there, check out my review for more info.
Extra Sauced Rib from Georgia’s Eastside BBQ

French Fries from Houston’s

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BBQ & Buffalo Chicken slices from Joanne’s Pizza in Long IslandBBQ Chicken / Buffalo Chicken from Joanne’s Pizza in Long Island

Half of a 14-inch sub from Wegman’s (NJ, PA, Upsate NY)

Wegman’s sub upskirt

(14-inch White, Mayo, Spicy Mustard, Lettuce, Onions, Dill Pickles,

Sub Sauce, Turkey, Roast Beef, American & Swiss Cheese)

Spicy Enchilada Pork Taco from Hernandez Huaraches

at Red Hook Ball Fields

spicy enchilada pork taco from hernandez huaraches at red hook ball fields

(Spicy Pork, Lettuce, Homemade Hot Sauce & Guacamole,

Queso Fresca, Sour Cream, Cilantro)

Peter Luger’s Cheeseburger with Fries & Fried Onions

Peter Luger’s Cheeseburger with Fries and Fried Onions

Warm 5-nut Brownie Sundae From Houstons

Served with Sedutto Vanilla Ice Cream and Champagne Custard (the most expensive thing at Houston’s believe it or not). Check out that close up, that’s serious.

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Banana Pudding from Sugar Sweet Sunshine Bakery

Banana Pudding from Sugar Sweet Sunshine Bakery

So that’s just a little taste of my last meal. As time progresses I’ll get more photos and add some more glory to the plate.

Let’s hear from you.

Happy Eating,

NYC Food Guy

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3 Responses to “NYC Food Guy’s 1st Post: MY LAST MEAL”

  1. Mark Lewis Says:

    My last meal:

    Appetizer:
    -Kung Pao Calimari from the Portland City Grill

    Salad:
    -Table Side Caeser Salad from LG’s Steakhouse in Palm Desert

    Main Course:
    -Full Rack of Ribs from Houstons, double fries on the side, no coleslaw

    Dessert:
    -Mom’s homemade chocolate mousse
    -Glass of Bailey’s on the rocks

    word

  2. Dr. Dyspepsia Says:

    Hey, Food Guy! Poring through the archives, and it looks like we’re celebrating your First Anniversary on the Web! Was November ’07 was the birth of the NYCFG era? If so, CONGRATULATIONS on a noble project that ensures your immortality in the hearts and stomachs of the not-too-fussy, and definitely not-too-wealthy but food-obsessed in the NYC area.

    And I haven’t forgotten about Ben’s Best. Game on!

  3. The NYC Food Guy Says:

    Doc,

    Thanks a lot man. I don’t think anyone else realized, I knew myself but I didn’t realize the exact day. Thanks for being here and constantly contributing worthwhile food dialogue.

    I’m off Fridays and Saturday’s these days and also free before 5pm every week day. You tell me when we’re doing Ben’s Best and I’m ready.

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