Kristin Chenoweth’s New York Confidential

The Emmy and Tony Award winner shares her passion for a particular New York City restaurant.
“I love Café Lalo, It’s very sentimental because I went there when I had zero money. When I first moved to New York, me and my two roommates lived around the corner. We had a one bedroom. Two people slept in the double bed and we rotated.  I worked at the Paper Mill Playhouse making a few hundred dollars a week. Once a week after the show I would come meet my roommates there. I’d save all my money and we would have dessert at Café Lalo. that was a splurge. When I think back to some of the happiest times I’ve had, it’s there. I spent a lot of time at Café Lalo with my very closest friend, Denny. We would either get the German chocolate cake or the chocolate shake. Sometimes he got pumpkin pie. Occasionally I try to go there because it reminds me of that time.”
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Jeryl Brunnerhttp://jerylbrunner.com
Jeryl Brunner profiles people who are guided by a deep and unshakable passion for what they do. Following their joy inspires them to think outside the box, take risks and triumph. Her publishing credits includes O, the Oprah Magazine, Parade, The Wall Street Journal, InStyle, Travel+Leisure and more. She is also the author of the book My City, My New York: Famous New Yorkers Share Their Favorite Places where hundreds of famous New Yorkers, including Tina Fey, Anthony Malkin, Matthew Broderick and Will Shortz share their favorite locales and things to do. She has been featured on TV and radio.

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