This one is located in the Grand Central Market.
We sat at the counter and chowed down on the most delicious magical egg sandwiches ever. They give you so much bacon and meat!
I ordered the “Slut”, which is coddled egg with warm potato puree, it was like a warm delicious blanket covering me in the middle of a blizzard in New York City. Also, it’s fun to hear them yell out “Slut” to each other repeatedly.
We walked over to the Broad Museum. I reserved advanced tickets so that we didn’t have to wait on the standby line. The earliest time I could get was 11:30AM. In order to sign up for the Infinity Room, you had to be inside the museum, so I wanted to be there as early as possible.
As soon as we got inside, I signed us up for the Infinity Room. The wait was around 2 hours, so we explored the rest of the museum.
Finally, we got a text to notify that we will be able to go into the Infinity Room shortly. We lined up on the first floor. There was a short queue. You can choose to go in with your friends or go solo. We decided to go one at a time.
The lights flashed periodically, so it was hard to get a good shot at the right moment and enjoy the moment at the same time. You get 45 seconds in there, and you can only step onto the platform. After 45 seconds, they open the door for you to get out and the next person to go in.
After the Broad, we walked over to Little Tokyo for lunch!
The original Daikokuya.
Their takoyaki (octopus balls) were actually pretty good. Ramen was okay. I’ve had better in NYC.
Mikawaya has lots of flavors of mochi.
We walked around Little Tokyo’s cute stores.
Then we Uber’ed to Griffith Observatory for the sunset.