to soho for rice pudding.

Monday, May 7, 2012

rice to riches

weekend bike rides usually have no destination in mind. i follow ed's lead (my sense of direction is laughable) and we meander the streets until someone gets hungry.

lafayette street
rice to riches
rice to riches
bicycle habitat
rice to riches

if you hate rice pudding like i do, there is a pinkberry right beside. score!

ps: if you're in the bike market, i highly recommend bicycle habitat. they have a huge selection of racing bikes, girly bikes, helmets, baskets, etc. 

18 comments:

Susan said...

I would also choose the pinkberry over rice pudding! ;)

Greetings from Texas! said...

I don't know that I've ever had rice pudding. I'll have to try it next time I'm in town. Great pics as always!

jen said...

i love the "stressed spelled backwards is desserts". awesome!

Aubrey said...

This is such a tease. We need one on the west coast.

Erin @ like/want/need said...

I could eat rice pudding by the gallon. Which actually sounds gross. But I'm a purist so I don't think I could get down with all those different flavors.

Patrice said...

Ha, our bike rides go the same way-Chris leads and we end up somewhere to eat. Last week was bagels, a couple of weeks before was the pie bakery. I personally am bit of a rice pudding fiend, but Chris wouldn't get near it with a ten foot pole. He says it's a consistency thing.

in dreams said...

looooove rice pudding, so this is a must-go next time i'm in nyc! :)

Rebeka said...

I don't think I've ever had rice pudding. But I do love fro yo, so good choice on the pinkberry!

Monika said...

rice pudding..?good idea;)

Alex said...
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Alex said...

I looove Rice to Riches! And Pinkberry too, actually. Yum!

Monica L. Shulman said...

I always found it so odd that there was a place dedicated to just rice pudding. but then again this is NY where few things are odd (thank goodness). I only like it when my mother makes it and when it's loaded with cinnamon. Rice to Riches has been there for YEARS so obviously other people in NY like it but I would take pinkberry over it any day:)

Lonely Wife Project said...

Do you even know how much I love rice pudding. The fact that there's a specific place dedicated to making different flavors of rice pudding make me want to move to New York immediately.

I'm Sydney. said...

LOVE bike riding through Denver (though it's probably not the same as New York).
That little place for rice pudding is cute.

jeanette from everton terrace said...

I can't think of a better reason to get on a bike!

Gita said...

I know this is a boring comment, but I love your photo-style. Great.

xxxx
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rebecca said...

gita-
thanks so much. :)

Rachael said...

I love rice pudding! Thanks for the suggestion! I've never tried Pinkberry, though, so I may just make a meal of this block : )

xoxo
http://closet12.com

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