News with a Twist
Shout outs to these restaurants and to the man who’s turning out to be our best elected leader.
Restaurants all over the country are doing their part to ensure that Americans who can’t go out get access to food, get fed.
Two of those restaurants stand out.
estiatorio Milos, New York City’s premier Greek and seafood restaurant, including, on any given day, five to six varieties of grilled to perfection whole fish, sent this to their email list:
Around the Block talked to Mr. and Mrs. Connery Aldrich of Sutton Place in Manhattan to get their reaction to Milos’ new delivery program.
“Thank goodness. We can still order that $400 fish dinner and they’ll deliver it for free.
And thanks to Andrew Cuomo and the NY Alcohol Control Board who have waived off-premise alcohol sales, they’ll even bring the $150 Chardonnay! Muffy and I are just not sure if we have to give our customary 15% tip.”
And in Washington D.C., restauranteur Mark Bucher, owner of the Medium Rare Steakhouse chain is delivering food to seniors in the area so they don’t have to go out to get their meals. Here’s a clip from social media showing the reaction of one senior when Medium Rare made a delivery to her house.
From all accounts, Medium Rare’s program has been a 99.9% success, with the only negative comment coming from Cleveland Park neighborhood resident, Minnie Markowitz, 79, who said, “Medium rare, feh! I only eat well-done!
Around the Block wants to acknowledge these restaurants and their staffs for pitching in during this crisis. Shout outs to Milos for feeding the one-percent and Medium Rare for feeding the elderly!
And, while I’m at it, one more shout out: to Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York. Watching his press conferences, his measured responses to questions, his explanations on why and how he’s doing what he’s doing, has been a revelation. Yes, folks, we do have competent elected leaders and Andrew Cuomo is at top of the list.
Now, tell me again, why isn’t Andrew Cuomo running for president?