Thursday, November 12, 2009

Life Cafe!

Hi bloggies!

The last two days I have been in NYC. Tuesday night I was asked to speak at a Young Women in Business Entrepreneurial Event, and it went really well. It was weird realizing just two years ago I was sitting in a classroom just like these guys listening to people who had started their own business and now I was on the other side. It was a very cool feeling and being in the city completely recharged my batteries. Such a refreshing place to be.

Lots of vegan food and drink was to be had. We had our first lunch at Gobo, one of my favorites, unfotunately did not take pics. Gobo

That night we went to Life Cafe where we all indulged on too many cocktails and french fries to appreciate the real goodness this place has to offer. Life Cafe is where the writer of Rent wrote the show, and is also where the dancing restaurant scene on tables takes place. I am in the center with my two friends on either side of me, and a new um... close friend Kenny on the far right.

Life Cafe is amazing. The next day I did venture back there for lunch and indulged on their vegan burrito with soy cheese and tofu sour cream and of course lots of guac and wine. So delish. I might have even met my fellow vegan alcoholic that day, but we can't jinx that one so hush on that for a while ;) Pardon the bad lighting below...It was amazeballs though.


Chelsea said...

Welcome back to blogging! I've been totally sporadic myself :) I'm eating guacamole and drinking wine right now! haha xoxo Chelsea

River - The Crafty Kook said...

That's awesome! It must be so exciting to own your own business and share your experiences with business students!

littlefire said...

I want one of those amazeballs vegan burritos right now. It looks fantastic. That NYU presentation sounds amazeballs too. Congrats. And it's so good to see you back on the blogspot. We missed you!

The Voracious Vegan said...

Oooooh WOW! That is one amazingly intense burrito! What I would do to eat that now...and it's only breakfast, but I could still do some damage I think! Love the dollop of guac on the side, makes everything better!

bahamamama said...

I'm ready for a middle-of-the-night snack...burritos anyone. Congrats on your presentation, sounds like it was a success and what fun being in NYC.