Often, I find myself searching for restaurants I’ve never been to/heard of in this great city. I’ve been meaning to go to S’MAC for a few months now, and I finally got the opportunity to go!

To know me is to know that I search for random things to hopefully find some gems. I found S’MAC by searching for something like “macaroni and cheese spots in New York City” and ended up finding a restaurant that’s all about mac and cheese itself.

S’MAC storefront
S’MAC storefront

S’MAC is a restaurant that has different macaroni & cheese dishes. When I stumbled upon this place on the ‘net, I looked at the menu and thought, “I NEED to go to this place!” Macaroni & cheese is one of my favorite foods, so I thought it wouldn’t hurt to try it. I invited my good friends, Felicia, to join me on this adventure.

A woman waiting for her food to arrive to her table; apple juice and condiments are on the table.

I kept it simple and ordered 4 Cheese macaroni & cheese with breadcrumbs in the Major Munch size. Major Munch is similar to a medium. They also have Nosh, Mongo, and Partay! I love that they have a great size range. Some of the other regular mac and cheese options available are All American, Garden Lite, Cheeseburger, and Masala. S’MAC also has a list of specials that changes from time to time.

The 4 Cheese mac has Cheddar, Muenster, Gruyere and a little Pecorino. They don’t skimp on the cheese at all. It reminded me a lot of homemade mac and cheese. It was amazing! I’m definitely going again.

After we finished our wonderful food *tear*, we decided to head over to Central Park. I had never seen the fountain or the beautiful place in picture below. I have no clue what it’s called, but it was beautiful.

S'MAC's 4 Cheese Mac
4 Cheese Mac

Here are a few other pictures taken that day:

A woman posing in a tunnel at Central Park
Photo creds to Felicia. My phone just didn’t want to take this picture, but I think it looks cool.
A woman walking through a tunnel in Central Park
A tunnel in Central Park
A Central Park walking tunnel (called Bethesda Terrace) with people standing inside
Bethesda Terrace in Central Park
A woman standing in front of a subway mural.
Me in the Columbus Circle subway station. Photo creds to Felicia

Until next time.

Update 12/7/18: S’Mac closed this location but still has one in the East Village. The address is 197 First Avenue on the corner of 12th St.