The New York City Wine & Food Festival (Oct. 15-18) offers something for just about everyone—including those who love to give back
Move over French’s, there’s a new mustard in town. French brand Maille has opened up shop stateside with a sophisticated boutique on the Upper West Side.
A new boutique offers hands-on classes and swoon-worthy chocolate treats.
Food Festivals—The Big Apple, quite literally, has them by the truckload, and one of the most appealing is Madison Square Eats.
The atmosphere is simple and unassuming, but the menu at new Japanese eatery Cagen is decidedly not.
Carmine Di Giovanni, Executive Chef of The Greenwich Project, answers some questions about the life of being a culinary artist.
For nearly twenty years, Churrascaria Plataforma has served Midtown diners an all-you-can-eat amount of authentic Brazilian meat.
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Alexander Lohkin, chef at Mari Vanna, one of New York’s coziest Russian restaurants. Here is what he had to say on inspiration, how to design a great menu, and where to go eat when he’s off duty.
Chez Josephine, easily one of the sexiest and most romantic eateries in town, is offering a seductively delicious New Year’s Eve menu for those in the mood for love (with another, or with food, or with both!). For $200 per person, your ring-in-2014 feast will include Petrossian smoked salmon, terrine de fois gras de canard with black mission fig marmalade, and an intermezzo of grapefruit sorbet, followed by more gastronomic decadence, such as sea scallops with truffle pommes mousseline, filet mignon with chanterelle mushrooms and potato croquettes, chocolate profiteroles and more. With your feast comes party favors and live entertainment. Surely the ghost of chanteuse Josephine Baker will be with you to ring in all the fabulous fun!