Portugal is small enough to cross in four hours (granted, I drive fast), so land and sea join in dishes like pork and clams.
At the corner of State and Pearl streets, a lush little one-acre plot sits quietly rimmed by a crosshatch bamboo fence and overseen in part by its plumed permanent resident: a wild turkey named Zelda.
Launched three years ago by three Manhattanites, FarmersWeb is a sort of virtual Hunts Point for everything from chicken to cherries to cheese, connecting 400 city buyers to dozens of local farms — with more on the wait list.
Eating bugs? Now there’s an idea with legs.
Frank Giresi recently opened Whiskey & Wine Off 69, a home mixologist’s dream of a shop on the Upper East Side.
Opened by Laura Maniec two years ago as a place to drink, eat and learn about wine, Corkbuzz, just south of Union Square, has grown to be a go-to destination for oenophiles and their grape-loving cohorts
You may get to know Kevin Heald by the jaunty fedoras he sports, but you’ll get to love him for the jam-packed, American-focused beer and cheese he sells in his aptly named Lower East Side shop, Malt & Mold.
Brenne Patel’s single-malt whisky greets the palate with a smooth sendup of ripe figs, warm citrus, chocolate and balanced barley.
If you live by the Kinky Friedman maxim “Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder,” Hospoda is your place.
Southern Tier Brewing brings us a unique take on the traditional holiday beer.
When New Yorkers think Italian fare, they typically think pasta or pizza—but one little restaurant in the East Village is looking to change that. Opened this spring by a Verona-based family of farmers, it’s got just about one thing on the menu: rice.
Even the most devoted New Yorkers sometimes escape the city, often for water. But designer Diane von Furstenberg and media mogul Barry Diller aren’t the types to summer in the Hamptons or winter in Boca Raton.