Kerrie J. Kauer, PhD

Kerrie J. Kauer, PhD

Restaurants to Visit in March: Spring Options!

I have assembled a short list of restaurants to visit in March. I hope that the weather is better, so I can take advantage of some outdoor seating, but I’m not against some great takeouts! Here’s the list!

Don Angie

It feels timeless yet modern, with a mix of old-fashioned and modern touches, such as the black and white photos on the walls and the warm, light, and warm atmosphere.

Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli have set up the restaurant, which serves red sauce, in an old school restaurant in the heart of San Francisco. The Italian cuisine, with a modern approach that still preserves the comfort we all love.

Pata Paplean

It doesn’t matter that you can’t read the Thai menu here, we try a bowl of noodle soup that makes you feel like you’re in Bangkok.


This modern luncheonette in the heart of Williamsburg serves old-school New York nostalgia with soothing dishes including corn – on – the – beef cob and pork belly soup. Open from 11 am to 3 pm. M. weekdays and from 12 noon to 4.30 pm, Saturdays and Sundays.

You will have the most enjoyable brunch experience on this side of the Williamsburg Bridge and feel like you are in the heart of one of the liveliest and most vibrant neighborhoods in New York.

Punjabi Grocery and Deli

This delicacy is a lifeline for many New Yorkers, which is one reason why New York taxi drivers have come here for over 25 years, for the vividly spiced chickpeas and everything else on the menu. The simple menu is always satisfying and one of my favourite dishes, the savoury, vegetarian – friendly, is to trade in spices. I can’t pigeonhole a place like Dirt Candy because it’s so much more than a restaurant, it’s a community centre and a communal hub.

Dirt Candy

Amanda Cohen serves some of the city’s most creative and satisfying dishes long before meatless cuisine became fashionable. On the menu are kohlrabi on pockmarked sticks served with a watering can, and caramelized eggplants, so sweet that even the cynical carnivore can’t help noticing.

Cohen recently made her debut as a co-chef at the New York City Food & Wine Festival and is one of the city’s most talented chefs.

What restaurants to visit in March? Outdoor dining is a must, especially if the weather gets better! And the quality should always be top!

I really hope Broadway opens soon!

Or you prefer to go affordable?