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Self-Promotion: My NoMad Photos in Travel + Leisure

Finally got the new Travel + Leisure - featuring photos by yours truly.

In my years as Flatiron Lunch correspondent for Midtown Lunch, I spent a lot of time in the area that's now being called NoMad. While covering the area, it grew from being a dead zone to being one of the more interesting areas to eat these days. Travel + Leisure magazine agrees - this month's Food Issue includes a piece highlighting a number of the places to eat in the neighborhood and two of my photos are used to illustrate them.

See which ones after the jump.


Eataly's Birreria was a bit of a stretch for a Midtown Lunch, but it was so much fun there, I couldn't help but write it up for a Happy Hour post after it opened up last fall.

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Hill Country Chicken, the home of crispy, crunchy, southern-fried ridiculousness is high on the list of places I miss being able to just pop into for a quick lunch.

The Travel + Leisure piece is not available on their website, but can be purchased in the T+L iPad app.

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