Delicious dairy, wonderful wine–it’s all coming up in the next few weeks on the Edible events front.
In case the word hasn’t yet reached you, the folks here at Edible have been busy lately. We’ve been drumming up food trucks, local wines and dairy galore for these awesome upcoming events we’re sure you’ll enjoy.
We’ve got dairy, we’ve got food trucks and we’ve got wine! Basically, your taste buds will be spoiled rotten over the next few months.
Food trucks are synonymous with on-the-go eating, but wouldn’t it be even better if you could sit and savor your meal for a while? At our Drive-In Dinner on April 18th you can do just that at the Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg from 6pm to 9pm.
Hear that? It’s the sound of food trucks rolling to a stop at the Brooklyn Brewery for the Drive-In Dinner. We challenge you to find another event in Brooklyn (or Manhattan or Queens or Staten Island) where you can get a 5-course meal from food trucks with beer pairings from the Brooklyn Brewery…and all for $40.
There are those who like pizza and those who love pizza. The lovers were at the Brooklyn Brewery this past Wednesday evening for How to Knead, Top and Toss, the latest installment in our How To series that taught pizza fans all they needed to know about creating the perfect pie. .
Ever dream of having all of your favorite food trucks parked in one spot, serving up all of your favorite bites? Well, on Wednesday, April 18th at the Brooklyn Brewery, we’re making dreams come true with The Drive-In Dinner.
Once school is out for the summer, even the most dedicated after-school farmer will turn to sugary popsicles and video games in the comfort of an air-conditioned living room if left to his or her own devices. The good news is parents looking to avoid this now have a plethora of summer camps geared toward food, cooking and farming to choose from.
On Wednesday, March 21st from 8pm to 10pm, we’re teaming up with some of the most knowledgeable folks around for How to Knead, Top & Toss, an evening devoted entirely to pizza.
Classic public school curricula in big cities used to mean reading, writing, history and arithmetic, but a supermarket and Westchester agricultural non-profit hope to expand that list to include food and farming.
It was one for the cocktail pairing record books at this year’s Good Spirits! A sold-out crowd of 500 flocked to 82 Mercer to eat, drink and mingle. With food and drink from more than 50 of the city’s most celebrated food and drink makers, guests had plenty to sample.
Forget Yo Gabba Gabba Live, there’s a new show in town that has gotten children all riled up with excitement – the James Beard Foundation Family Chef Series at the Museum of Manhattan on the Upper West Side.