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|Brown and Yellow, Brown and Yellow|
Our friends have been raving about this little hole-in-the-wall places in The Village, so in between classes we went for some macaroni & cheese. The menu was pretty simple and straightforward, not as haute cuisine as MacBar, and not as rich as S'Mac. I opted for the small marinara and Alex got the small spinach artichoke. The containers were a decent size for a meal, not overly filling but just shy of being fully satisfying, I think.
Our mac & cheeses arrived with a crumbly, crunchy crust on top. Once I dug my fork past its golden-brown crunchiness, it gave way to a concoction of mac & cheese that was thinner than some other places. I prefer my mac to be a little more liquid-y, but Alex likes mac a bit drier. Macaroni Macaroni's macaroni & cheese was right up my alley!
|See Mom, I'm eating my vegetables!|
The mac & cheese remained piping hot while I was eating it. I think the crust really made it. The marinara flavor had some chopped tomatoes in it, and the spinach artichoke was very spinach-y, with lots of leafy greens throughout.
After we finished eating, we noticed that a "large" size at Macaroni Macaroni is...enormous. Overall, it was tasty and a good value, and if you have a few friends with a craving for mac & cheese, get the big one and share! Sharing = caring.
120 Macdougal Street