Warning: This is decidedly not Politically Correct, but it is too funny not to post, even though it's a bit off in left field for Vinography. McSweeney's, the delightful literary and everything-tangential-to-literature magazine founded and run by Dave Eggers has a series of New York restaurant reviews from The Boy In The Bubble.
Says the Boy In The Bubble about Asia De Cuba:
"Deciding that I mustn't be the last member of New York's illustrious glitterati to show off the exploits of a recent Milan shopping spree at Asia de Cuba, the Philippe Starck-designed Cuban-Asian fusion hot spot, I ventured into the certifiably buzzing mise en scène last week with high expectations and a Prada suit with a custom-sized neck hole and an extra interior pocket for my colostomy bag."
He also visits Masa and Soho House. Check out the full story.
I wonder when he's going to Per Se?
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