The series features Superiority Burger, Sqirl and abcV among other culinary stars from around the country.
From sparkling to skin contact and everything in between, here’s what some local leading wine experts are drinking this season.
Here are a few of the spots around the city that are serving non-alcoholic beverages this Dry January and beyond.
Mumbai’s Amninder Sandhu, chef at one of India’s most famous restaurants Arth Restaurant and Lounge, helped create this fall’s menu.
At Atla, Bronx native Yana Volfson has built one of the city’s most notable mezcal selections.
Both the food and wine convey a refined coziness that allows you to get comfortable even while seated on a stool.
Neither history nor drink list nor name can confirm what you’ll find when you take a stool at one of the city’s Irish bars.
A couple of the city’s best are teaming up for a botanical-driven pop-up.
For $40, you get a brunch, a series of shots, a welcome cocktail and performances by Rosé and Lagoona Bloo.
And now The Racist Sandwich Podcast has launched a Kickstarter campaign to create an even more exciting second season.
From the Finger Lakes to France, we’ve got picks from Standard Hotels regional beverage director Ashley Santoro.
Visit their pop-up through Sunday, catch them at Raaka in Red Hook on Saturday or just buy their brand-new book.