Participating restaurants across the country will feature a unique Taste America Local Dish on their menus from September 1–October 31 to help raise money for a local food charity.
A couple of weeks ago, we asked you to help us choose our next cover for our upcoming travel issue of Edible Manhattan. Between shots like idyllic olive harvests in Tuscany, playful PacMan dumplings from RedFarm, and plump Romanian sour cherries, let’s be real — each of them could have graced the front of our print edition! Nonetheless, there can only be one cover.
Kaia Wine Bar will host a special evening dedicated to both good drinks and deserving projects this Friday, August 29. In an effort to support Phelophepa, or a system trains that brings vital medical services to the rural areas of South Africa, interested patrons can donate $100 can buy 10 chances to win a trip to South Africa.
Having began as a café near Union Square back in 1996, Irving Farm Coffee Roasters knows a thing or two about the coffee business. They moved up the Hudson Valley to start their own roastery back in 1999, but managed to establish a urban-country balance by both supplying and operating cafés throughout the city.
The date has finally arrived for Edible Brooklyn’s “How to Prepare a Korean Feast” event over at the Brooklyn Brewery!
We caught up with one of the contributors for our upcoming travel issue to learn more abut his unique experience on a swordboat off the coast of Nova Scotia.
We bet you didn’t see this the last time that you gutted your own fish. Our friends over at Betony recently posted a photo on chef Bryce Shuman’s Twitter of lobster remains they found while prepping bass.
My name’s Lauren and I’m thrilled to be joining Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn this week as the new digital editor. I look forward to continue bringing you the best place-based stories, news, events, recipes, and more from our community!
Whether or not you were able to join us at Good Beer 2013, check out this video for some of the highlights!