The evening following our trip to the Hamptons was Mollie's last night, so we wanted to make the most of it. No NYC tourist trip is complete without a visit to one of the many Broadway shows, so we selected a classic, Phantom of the Opera. It's the longest running show there, and that is evident in the intricate set and costume details.
For a very very late dinner, we went to the Meatpacking District, a neighborhood made attractive by its cobblestone roads (the heels were not liking those so much though) and the trendy restaurants and bars that entice younger crowds to these parts.
We made our 11 o'clock reservation at The Spice Market - a southeastern asian restaurant whose menu was inspired by Vietnamese street food. Rest assured, this is not even close to street food. Unless crab dumplings, fragrant mushroom egg rolls, and pork vindaloo is your typical street fare.
As you can see by the looks of our faces, we enjoyed our meal thoroughly!
We weren't ready to call the evening quits just yet, so we went to the bottom of the hip Standard Hotel for dessert. And if you'll read above, you'll see we met some friends who seem to have trouble finding a synonymous term for "the 3 gentlemen outside."
After an Asian fusion meal, nothing sounded better than the all-American dessert of milk and cookies. I'm pretty sure we cleaned this plate in under a minute.