Joe Bastianich has a new memoir, Restaurant Man, due in Spring, a multitude of thriving restaurants across New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, a hand in the market called Eataly, a few NewYork marathons and Ironman competitions under his svelte belt, and a winery, to name a few of his myriad projects. Despite his fast-paced schedule, we caught up with him recently to talk about the new SlowWineGuide hitting our shores this January–don’t miss the launch party and first stop on the national tour this January 30!–his penchant for Slow Food-approved winemaking (these days that’s called low-intervention) and why you should drink a bottle of wine a day. Slowly, of course.
This wine importer will have you drinking better—in more ways than one.
Behind a Greenwich Street door whose plaque simply reads “Cookbooks.”
For New York’s Italians, Christmas Eve means seafood.
After all the cruddy rain we’ve had, Saturday’s supposed to be mercifully beautiful — and what better excuse for free ferry ride? Hop a boat to Staten Island for the Richmond County Craft Beer Fest at the Staten Island Yankees Ballpark right next to the ferry terminal, where from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. dozens of craft brewers will be pouring their sudsy wares, as well as teaming up with local restaurants for beer-and-food pairings fit for fall.
Raij has become inextricably, fundamentally tethered to a string of little fishing villages on the edge of a Spanish cliff
How a trial lawyer from Miami became a vaunted Long Island vintner.
After 60 years on Bleecker, these butchering brothers still cut everything but corners.
A place still so cool seven years after its arrival it’s practically synonymous with the adjective.
Break out the bubbly.
DIY-enthusiast Raphael Lyon uses apples and honey to make his bubbly elixir.