That evening we went to dinner at Pipa, a Spanish style tapas restaurant that has amazing Sangria.
The next day the boys got up and went to the Yankee's game. It was Mr. T's first time at one and he loved it. The weather was absolutely perfect for it and they had a blast. Sarah and I spent the beautiful day shopping... of course! That night we went to a great little Italian place for dinner.
Sunday morning we got up relatively early to make the most of our last day. While we were walking on the High Line on Friday, Mr. T spotted the driving range at Chelsea Piers. It had been rated the best driving range in the country, so obviously he was dying to try it out. Cameron and T headed out there for a few hours on Sunday morning, and met up with us later that day for lunch.
We went to lunch at Mottorino, a great pizza place where you can get real Italian pizza, not that by-the-slice crap. We decided to keep that European thing going and head out to the Beer Gardens in Queens. The only place I've ever been with beer gardens before was Munich, and when I found out that New York had some I was dying to go. We hopped on the Subway and ended up at the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden. It was awesome.
Mr. T absolutely loved the big city and we're already planning our next trip back. He is even trying to convince me that we need to move there. I guess I could always be the Hudson River Recessionista!