Thursday, July 12, 2012

With a Name Like Penelope, It Had to Be Cute

Nestled on the corner of Lexington and 30th is the cutest little restaurant called Penelope.  Its quant atmosphere makes you fell like you've left the hustle and bustle of the Big City, and their upscale sandwiches could rival the best your mom can make.  So of course, it'd be a place I'd frequent with Jamie and Joanna.  

Nothing too crazy can be found on the menu-just your typical American comfort food-but I can vouch that there three types of grilled cheese sandwich topped with pesto, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts is delicious.  Served with a heaping side of fries, the $10.50 price tag was just right.

So Many Flavors to Chose From Too
 I've heard their desserts are great too (and the cupcakes on display looked delicious), but after such a heavy meal the only thing I wanted was a scoop of ice cream.

Joanna suggested a quick walk over to Ralph's Famous Italian Ices. A small cup of their peanut butter cookie dough ice cream's was my sweet treat for the evening.  They're no Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, but for Madison Square Park their flavors were unique enough.

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