Okay. I caved. I gave into the hype, the pumped-up curiosity, and the supposed alchemy behind this act of rooftop-heralded gustatory bravado. For the first time in probably half a decade I walked into a Burger King, ordered an Impossible Whopper, and ate the damned thing. NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 8: In this photo illustration, the new Impossible Whopper sits on a table on August 8, 2019 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
O restaurante Windows on the World (inaugurado em 1976) foi destruído há 18 anos e representa um símbolo histórico e cultural da cidade de Nova York Resumo: “The Most Spectacular Restaurant in the World” (“O Restaurante Mais Espetacular do Mundo”, em tradução em português), de Tom Roston, resgata memórias e revela curiosidades sobre a história do Windows on the World, que ficava no 107º andar do World Trade Center; As Torres Gêmas foram destruídas há 18 anos em um atentado terrorista; O autor...
Captain Claudette Fournier serves Guy Tozzoli and a guest at Windows on the World in 1976. Courtesy of Claudette FournierAmong the many and profound losses on September 11, 2001, was the destruction of one of New York’s most treasured restaurants—Windows on the World. I still vividly remember the extraordinary experiences I had dining on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center.
@VVFriedman your piece on Marc Jacobs and the possible future of American fashion is my favorite feature you've written so far. thank you for such a positive, & intelligent piece. I would have written you personally but I don't have your contact info. bravo Hal Rubenstein