When visiting the tiny beach town of Spring Lake, New Jersey if you close your eyes you can feel the history of its heyday. There is a sudden sense of community present upon your arrival to Spring Lake. The locals-many who were born and raised here-take pride in their small town, and they love to share their knowledge. Some leave Spring Lake, but many come back making it once again their permanent residence.
On the contrary to the opening theme music from the classic television show, The Jefferson’s, this foodie tour is movin’ on down to the Lower East Side. We begin at the top of the East Side and will work our way to a deluxe restaurant, not in the sky, but conveniently located on street level.
Greenwich Village is one of the last remaining, "neighborhoods," in New York City where you can find the butcher, the baker, and even the mozzarella cheese maker all within walking distance of each other. You can find most of what your heart and mouth desire on the neighborhood’s life line of sorts, Bleecker Street.