Photo Tour: Walking in the West Village and Dinner at Wallsé
A few weeks ago, Gabe and I spent a Saturday afternoon meandering around New York City. We started at the new Hudson Yards, then ambled down the High Line, taking in the vibrant art installations as we headed south. (If you’d like to see those photos, click here.)
Our plan was to dine early, at one of our favorite places – Wallsé – in the West Village. We had a little time to kill before our reservation, so we continued to wander around, strolling through Hudson River Park and the West Village.
All told, our day’s activities included about 3 hours of walking; a great way to work up an appetite for the modern Austrian delights created by Michelin star-winning chef Kurt Gutenbrunner.
Rather than describe what we experienced during our escapade, I figured I might as well post all the photos so you can see for yourself!
Working Up an Appetite by the Hudson River
Modern Austrian Cuisine at Wallsé
Gabe and I both opted for the chef’s tasting menu: three courses plus dessert.
Post-Dinner Digestive Walk – West Village Heading North and East
Thanks for scrolling through my photos and taking a virtual walk of your own. Do you have a favorite place to mosey around in New York City? Tell me about it!
FYI, if you’re interested in trying Chef Gutenbrunner’s food for yourself, you can reserve via Open Table for Wallsé. He also runs Café Sabarsky, located in the Neue Galerie on the Upper East Side. At 86th Street and Fifth Avenue, it’s just across the street from the Metropolitan Museum, and is a wonderful place to relax over an Austrian coffee or glass of wine.