Ruth Reichl talks to Edible Manhattan about her love of Di Palo’s Fine Foods.
The Grid’s menu highlights seasonal, local food and is often colored by the whiskey made just a floor below the restaurant.
It’s a Friday night at Commissary on Ludlow Street and the wide leaves of a Monstera plant sway, casting film noir shadows across the restaurant’s floor.
These cousins to raspberries are a cocktail-favorite… and forage as many as you want as they’re actually considered invasive in New York!
Get a bunch of cinema geeks together and ask this question: What are your top five film scenes about food? Chances are, that discussion will come to blows.
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