Next up, we headed over to our first sit down lunch stop at Trattoria Pesce Pasta, a classic NYC seafood joint that offers a small menu of fresh fish. Funny as this may sound, we didn't sample any seafood there but rather enjoyed their world famous meatball. Again, this one was voted best meatball, and again I'm not 100% sure by whom, but I can tell you it was really good. It's no wonder they want to show it off.
Before heading back to Murray's to try some of their amazing cheese, we made a quick stop for our first dessert treat (yes... there was more than one). It was at Milk and Cookies Bakery, where we grabbed some gigantic and soft chocolate chip cookies. You know the kind. The ones you want to dip in a glass of cold milk.
The tour had already lasted several hours and the time had flown by. I loved hearing the history behind the narrowest house in the neighborhood and the oldest house built in 1799. A fan of the arts, I was star struck learning about Cherry Lane Theatre and the magic it held and was excited about walking in front of the building I always saw when I watched Friends. You would've thought this was it, but there was one more sweet stop.