For Harry Rosen, eating dinner at a different restaurant every night is therapeutic. We're not just talking any restaurant, either, Rosen dines at some of the more upscale restaurants in New York City.
This is an impressive feat for Rosen, who's 103-years-old, but (as the New York Times says), "doesn't look a day over 90." He told the Times that he "[hasn't] eaten dinner at home in many years," not since his wife, Lilian, passed away five years ago.
Some of his favorite spots include Boulud Sud, Avra Estiatorio and Café Boulud. While visiting David Burke Townhouse, he explained that he needs these excursions. "It’s my therapy, it lifts my spirits," he said. It's comforting to know that, even in the twilight of his life, Rosen still has a lust for it.
[via New York Times]