Kopi Kopi is “a portal to Indonesia,” complete with coffee, specialty drinks and snacks.
It’s not just the labor of finding the fuzzy-leafed lamb’s-quarters, heart-shaped wild violets, wild alliums or toothy tangles of dandelion, but a lifetime spent looking just a little bit harder at the city’s undergrowth and overgrown lots.
A coffee showplace functions almost like a salon for dedicated baristas.
The dish — which contains no grits, and no recognizable shrimp — is an exercise in imagination.
A new book celebrates 125 years of pastrami.
For eco-minded eaters, Midtown East has long been tough territory for takeout. But on 56th Street near Lexington Avenue—the land of both Bloomingdale’s and Bloomberg News—sits the two-yearold Certe Pizza, an oasis for hungry locavores.
Why you should invest in the new print project called Short Stack right now.
A family business frozen in time.
Sam Merritt will train you to be a beer sommelier.
Top Hops, a beautifully modern bar and market, has opened on Orchard Street.
For Robert Burns Night, hoist the haggis and dress to kilt.
Mark Van Glad is growing barley and hops to pave the way for a truly New York beer.