The Lunch Belle
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While The Lunch Belle's "9 to 5" is spent on Wall Street, off the clock, she can be found doing what she does best: eating & critiquing. Since July 2007, The Lunch Belle has written restaurant reviews for the NY Post and Page Six Magazine - regularly contributes to national food/health websites - and has interviewed more celebrity chefs/television stars than she knows what to do with.
Aside from NYCentric restaurant reviews and recipes, The Lunch Belle also tailors food-focused itineraries - advises on small/large scale event planning - assists with restaurant recommendations and reservations - does restaurant, menu, and catered office-lunch consulting - and guides Mexican food-centric walking/tasting tours.
Consider her your one-stop-shop. Oh, and your virtual "Big Apple fairy godmother."
- Likes: Mexican food, my DVR (that device that records live TV), salted-caramel anything, homemade lemonade, bubble tea, Manhattan, Brooklyn Heights, Paris, chips and cheese-dip from Q’doba, jogging
- Dislikes: Strip malls, salmon, Kombucha, the gym, dating in NYC, eel
- All Time Favorite Restaurants: The Riviera (El Paso, TX), The Meeting House (Amagansett, NY), A La Petite Chaise (Paris, FR)
- Foods I cannot live without: Mexican food (namely: cheese enchiladas, chile con queso, rajas, chilaquiles, tostados, fideo, pastel de tres leches, etc.), Buttercup cupcakes, Sour Patch Kids “Fruit Salad,” dried cherries, Berthillon’s salted-caramel ice cream, Haagen Dazs, homemade lemonade, chips and cheese-dip from Q’doba
- Best Meal Ever: Mexican food in my hometown of El Paso, Texas – it’s always the “best meal ever”
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