25-mile and 55-mile rides benefit Eat Local NY.
A spice blending class at La Boîte will introduce you to the basics of toasting and tasting.
Over the course of the class, you’ll meet with entrepreneurs from businesses like Roberta’s, Quinciple, and our own magazine.
The salad, which costs $8.60 and includes roasted bread butts, carrot peels and broccoli stalks, will stay on Sweetgreen menus through late September.
Robb Garceau — formerly of Jean-Georges, Union Square Events and Great Performances — has joined their team.
Each day includes an hour of playtime on their 200-acre farm complete with cows, a goat, chickens, sheep, lambs and calves.
Surf’s up — and it’s worth preserving. Join the Surfrider Foundation for Surf Movie Night XIII at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Wednesday, August 5.
Fresh Food Box is a food access initiative from GrowNYC that provides a weekly bag of produce to all participants.
Starting next Monday, New York City teachers can earn credit for participating in a class on sustainability topics ranging from water to energy to waste.
We revisit a Chinatown tour we took a few years back with the new Jimmy’s No. 43 chef.
Head upstate to Storm King Art Center to enjoy a collaborative dinner from chefs Peter Hoffman and Shelley Boris.
Proceeds from the patio party will benefit Montauk Community Garden, an organization with a vibrant CSA program.