February 28, 2004

Soul Food, Harlem, Times Square

POST #    795


Soul food at Charles' Southern Style Kitchen.


Phat Cribs International in Harlem.


Ice cream at Cold Stone Creamery.


The horsies out in Times Square.

When Mike mentioned soul food, I thought, "where and when?" since I'm never one to turn down a good meal. I must say, it was a great idea. Eleanor, Jeannette, Yvan, and I went up to Charles' Southern Style Kitchen in Harlem, but we showed up kind of late, so we ate at a separate table. Dinner cost us $13.02 for an all you can eat buffet, which had fried chicken, ribs, yams, mac 'n cheese (which I tasted and was decent, considering I don't like it that much), and some other stuff. It was all taaasty, and I left feeling quite satisfied.

After dinner, some of us were craving dessert, so we went to Cold Stone Creamery. I absolutely dread Times Square, but for ice cream, I'm willing to swallow my pride. With all the photos I took, I did feel a little like a tourist. Cold Stone takes ice cream and mixes various things into it - fruit, candy, peanut butter, you name it. The employees at Cold Stone also seem to enjoy being loud. Every time they get a tip, they sing. They also break out in random "I scream, you scream" chants. It got annoying after a while. Needless to say, the ice cream only made me more full.

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