Most people tire of eating out after a while, but not Harry Rosen.
Ever since retiring from the office supply business, Mr Rosen has been dining out every night at New York City's most respected eateries.Posted by Jill Fallon at October 1, 2013 5:03 PM | Permalink
His favorites include Cafe Boulud, Boulud Sud, Avra Estiatorio and David Burke Townhouse.
But Mr Rosen didn't always eat so well. He was born in Russia and recalls marching with protesters during the Russian Revolution.
Sometimes he's joined by his sons Stan and Jerry, but Mr Rosen has no aversion to eating alone. Although there is always that hope that he'll meet someone new.
Mr Rosen was married to his wife Lillian for 70 years before she passed away five years ago at the age of 95.
'I'm still open to meeting someone,' he said. 'I still have the desire that's what counts.'