Why I love this ‘sugar bunny’ restaurant
A classic diner in Manhattan’s trendy SoHo neighborhood.
It’s a perfect place for an afternoon meal.
But this restaurant is not your typical diner, in fact it’s one of the nicest places I’ve ever been in NYC.
We’re sitting at the table at the boutique restaurant at the corner of 7th and Canal Streets.
The restaurant is located in an upscale neighborhood in New York City, with a lot of upscale restaurants in the area.
I was at the cafe with my family the other day and the waitress told me that they were serving a “sugar baby” (a sweet potato pancake with gravy) and I asked her how it came to be called that.
She said it was a gift from her grandmother.
It turns out that this sweet potato pancakes are made by a family of immigrants who arrived in the U.S. in the early 1900s, and they were called sugar babies because they were made by eating their own sweet potatoes.
I thought this was really nice of them.
I asked what they were named after, and she said they were originally named for a beautiful river.
She added that her grandmother was very proud of her sweet potato cooking.
I decided to ask the owner of the restaurant if I could get some of his sweet potatoes for my mother-in-law to try.
She was thrilled to oblige and brought me two sweet potatoes and a sweet potato muffin, which I was delighted to share with her.
This is a lovely family tradition, but it also means that you’re serving up a delicious treat that you can’t get at any other place.
The sweet potatoes have a delicate and soft texture and are rich in butter, making them a great choice for pancakes, sandwiches, and other meals.
The muffins are made with a thick, fluffy pancake batter, which makes them a perfect addition to a quick, healthy breakfast.
I’m happy to say that this is one of my favorite places to get a sugar baby!
And while I can’t claim to be a sugar bunny, this sweet spot is definitely a place to get your sugar fix.