Out-of-towners

get clothed. Or hatted, anyway:

David and I have a little trade going (no, it has nothing to do with tops or bottoms or anything remotely masochistic), and this is my first installment, Staceyjoy’s Marsan Watchcap, in Cascade 220 Superwash. (David models the hat properly here.)

They also get fed.

Exhibit A:

Rachel and Jeff at Setagaya.

Exhibit B:

Linda (and Ben) at Shopsins. (Naturally, Stolbach and I could not resist the menu item called Blisters On My Sisters”.) How do these guys manage to have all the stuff on the menu prepped?

Exhibit C:

Daniele at Pearl Oyster Bar. The Italians, much to my gratification, loved Pearl, Setagaya, and Momofuku Ssam. I have to say, it is amazing to watch someone who’s never tasted sushi before go through the whole omakase experience.

Alright, we’re all caught up now.

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