Restaurant Reviews & Experiences

Reviews and Experiences

Restaurants and Food

Babycakes NYC™ (Original location – Lower East Side)

Bareburger (Midtown East, New York City)

Elevation Burger (Montclair, New Jersey)

Fatty ‘Cue Restaurant (Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York)

Greensquare Tavern (Flatiron District, NYC)

OddFellows Ice Cream Co. (Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York)

Peking Duck House (NYC – Chinatown)

Momofuku’s Má Pêche Restaurant (Midtown Manhattan)

Shake Shack(Madison Square Park, Midtown NYC)

Lupa Osteria Romana (Greenwich Village, NYC)


LoveBean Fudge

Applegate Farms Uncured Hot Dogs

Penzey’s Spices

Gluten-Free Beer Reviews

Redbridge Gluten-Free Beer

TOLERATION: Gluten-Free Ale

Bard’s Gluten-Free Beer

Estrella Damm Daura

New Grist Gluten-Free Beer


Antigravity Yoga

willPower & grace (willPower method)


Lululemon & The Central Park Zoo

Madison Square Park (NYC) (including Shake Shack)

Brooklyn Botanic Garden 

All Reviews and Experiences

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  3. I made your Paleo Chocolate cake and it was excellent! I was very impressed! At first I thought that was a huge amount of eggs (as I doubled the recipe) and man did the two combinations of wet and dry get very thick batter! Just like any other cake mix! My mom and I tried the cake this morning as we baked the cake last night and it was a moist chocolate yummy cake. It was made to encourage my husband to get off dairy and sugar and become a Paleo eater with me! So I am sure this cake will be a winner with him! Your postings are beautiful and the pictures are true to the recipe! Thanks! :)

  4. Im not much of a baker but I have someone I know that follows the paleo diet and I wanted to make him a cake so I found your Chocolate BIrthday cake recipe. I followed it exactly and my batter was pure liquid I had to add 3 more cups of the flour?? There was less than 2 cups of dry ingred to all that liquid including the 9 eggs…it had no chance to be thick? What went wrong? also can you substitute almond flour for the coconut flour?

    • Angela,
      Coconut flour is not at all like regular wheat flour. You only need a small amount compared to what you would need for wheat flour, other grain-based flours or almond flour. They are all very different. You cannot make substitutions of other flours for coconut flour recipes. The cake recipe calls for 3/4 cup of coconut flour because that is all it needs. I have made this cake numerous times, as have many others, and the recipe works as written. Adding 3 additional cups of coconut flour will not result in a successful cake. Sorry you wasted so much flour by changing the recipe.

  5. I think it’s cool to have restaurant reviews…I mostly see product reviews!

    How does it work? Are you compensated in any way(free meal, etc) for the review, or not at all?

    • Hi Dierdre,
      I’m not compensated for restaurant reviews. If I am in the future I will definitely mention it in the post. These are just places I decided to try and let others know in case they are looking for something paleo-friendly in their area.

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