Sushi: At Bedtime, It's Better Than Weed!
Always tired? Reconsider your bedtime rituals. “A lot of people smoke pot at night, but then you’re stoned in your sleep, and it messes with what your brain is trying to do in your sleep. You’re not getting enough rest,” Craig warns. Getting drunk before bed has similar effects, as does eating heavy, greasy food. For a late-night snack, Craig recommends sushi – and don’t skip the pickled ginger: “Sushi is raw, so it hasn’t been broken down as much as cooked food. You need to speed up the metabolism of your digestive tract, and ginger will do that for you.” If you’re up late, Blue Ribbon Sushi (278 5th Avenue, Park Slope) is open until midnight seven days a week.