We began our tour by meeting the group at Cafe Del Mare, though we didn't actually get any samples here.
This is an example of food that looks really horrible, but tastes great! This potato kathi roll was slightly spicy, just a hint of curry and wrapped in very fresh, soft bread.
Here's the Indian Bread Co., from which we obtained the roll. Notice the two guys in the foreground ... I like the Guinness shirt, and have to wonder why the other dude is hiding his face.
PressToast's offering was an awesome pressed sandwich of Swiss cheese, hard-cooked egg, and green olives, seasoned with red pepper sauce and za'atar. It's an unusual but delicious combination, supposedly Israeli in origin.
I spotted this little courtyard while our group paused for a moment on the only street in the Village that was quiet that morning.
Here you go, R!!! I was so looking forward to enjoying a pint of McSorley's at McSorley's ... but the place was a mob scene and though we we able to get in the door — just barely — we couldn't get anywhere near the bar.