A Few of My Favorite Things on Undrrated

I was lucky enough to be featured on Marina Khidekel’s newsletter Undrrated.  I did reveal that I’m a lover of BBQ ribs, and that I prefer to devour them alone, so no one can judge the significant stack of bones left in my wake.
Some things Angie loves:
Sea New York is hands down my favorite clothing brand. It was started by two best friends, Sean and Monica, who grew up together in upstate New York. I adore their denim, embroidered cotton blouses and flowy spring dresses. The pieces are made in Manhattan (by hand in the fashion district), and even though they don’t have a brick-and-mortar store they can be found in places like Barneys and Intermix. In terms of shoes, not only areVeja sneaks vegan and sustainable, they are chic and cute. I love the gold and silver hues for adults and the Bisou pair for kids are fab.”
Elsa. The Art Deco design touches at this new Brooklyn bar on Atlantic Ave will make you swoon, as will the mirrored kaleidoscopic restrooms. The quality of the cocktails and vino goes without saying. I’m also loving The Spaniard. The elegant wood paneling and the 10-person leather booths (as well as the mighty-long whisky list) make this Irish-meets-old-school-New York-bar in the heart of West Village the best newcomer in years.”
Maeve in America. Irish comedian and writer Maeve Higgins (who’s appeared onInside Amy Schumer) makes understanding the hot-topic of immigration in America funny, poignant and enlightening by interviewing people from varied backgrounds about their experiences. Maeve’s pod is one of the most compelling post-Trump creative projects I’ve come across.”
Marlena by Julie Buntin. Set to be one of the most talked about debut novels of the year, this coming-of-age psychological thriller is about the kind of dangerous adolescent friendship that would have freaked your parents out, big time.”

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