Ok, we’ll play along. Our death row meal would be a nice toasted cheese sandwich and a cup of Sanka. We don’t really ask much of this mortal coil — a little comfort, a little fun, a little bourbon. Is that so wrong?
Where she presides: Dewey’s Flatiron, Flatiron Favorite drink: Beer, tequila
I’m a big fan of sushi, so I’d go with a spread from Go Wasabi — it’s the best sushi place in (Astoria).
Where he presides: Turkey’s Nest, Williamsburg Favorite drink: Black coffee?
I’d like to have a tossed salad to start. Then a shrimp cocktail, a nice salmon steak, some garlic mashed potatoes, then a piece of apple pie — à la mode, of course — and then a couple of cups of black coffee. And then you could hang me in the morning.
Where he presides: John Street Bar & Grill, Downtown Favorite drink: Corona
Just a steak and a potato I guess. Probably a good shell steak, medium rare, and a baked potato. Then send me off to the chair.
Where she presides: Agave, West Village Favorite drink: Organic agave nectar margarita
For the meal, I’d have the Kobe beef fajitas we make here. They’re really something special. To drink? I’d have that favorite margarita of mine, because that’d be something nice to have right before you die.
Where he presides: Failte, Murray Hill Favorite drink: Cider
Lambchops… and that’s it. Just plain and simple, that’s it. Straight up lamb chops. [A little mint jelly? asks our intrepid correspondent] Nope. They’ve got enough flavor as it is. That would be it. I’m a simple guy. [And who would you have cook them?] My mom! No one’s cooking tastes better than your mom’s.
Where he presides: The Diamond, Greenpoint Favorite drink: Sinebrychoff Porter
I would probably have my mom’s Thanksgiving dinner. No white meat (just brown), cranberries, stuffing, turkey. There’s all this wacky interesting stuff that you get to have all the time living in New York, but Thanksgiving you only get to have once
a year. Also it’s coming up, so it’s on my mind