Restaurant Review: My Belly’s Playlist

Food. - by Sigalle Barness

Although rapidly growing, the pickings for a healthy lunch spot in the Financial District in NYC are quite slim.  In enters the relatively new kid on the block: My Belly’s Playlist.

Started in 2012, this underground kitchen serves up creative food that certainly matches its clever name.  Although I have only tried a few select items, each time I order delivery, the dishes arrive fresh, beautifully presented and delicious (and this is just based on delivery). I would suggest browsing their  Top 10 List of their best items – which has some interesting items I myself have yet to explore.  That being my top favorite that I wanted to highlight was:

The “Keen Wha?”


This is perfect for vegetarians.  It is described as a seared then baked “quinoa, carrot and zucchini burger, bound by cheddar and ricotta.”  The burger is served “next to a romaine chop salad of oregano roasted…

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Author: Sigalle Barness

Sigalle Barness is the Chief Operating Officer of Lawline, the nation's leading online provider of Continuing Legal Education. Sigalle provides leadership and vision to ensure Lawline has the proper processes and people in place to effectively grow the organization while ensuring financial strength, stability, and profitability. Sigalle approaches her work with respect, candor, and a balance of decisiveness and flexibility as she furthers the objectives of the company. Sigalle's favorite things in the whole world are her husband and two children. Sigalle also loves good food and travel. She is an avid lover of music, video games, blogging, and cooking.

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