We talked with the shop’s founder, who uses the Hudson Valley’s bounty to create incredibly inventive flavors like a smoky corn on the cob bar, a sea salt shiitake truffle and a thyme caramel.
For your own good, we’re launching a column profiling the city’s best beer shops. First up is the East Village’s ABC Beer Co., which carries 12 drafts alongside 450 bottles and cans.
We’re following wine-on-tap, well-stocked kosher grocers and pie.
From bonito-flaked pork belly in Bushwick, to over 150 brews at one spot in Crown Heights, here are a handful of our editors’ new favorites.
Klemm’s low-alcohol creations represent a classic case of making lemonade out of liquor restrictions’ lemons.
This unassuming little hideaway has thoroughly modern ambitions on par with some of the city’s best beverage programs.
We revisit a Chinatown tour we took a few years back with the new Jimmy’s No. 43 chef.
This new shop’s app lets you sip and rate, then suggests bottles you’ll likely like.
New Yorkers now have access to “extreme small-batch varieties” of sake at venues across the city.
Given the cutting-edge caliber of craft coffee and cocktails, it’s not surprising that there’s now a way to indulge in both at the same time.
This winter, Jimmy’s No. 43 is stoking the fires of the ongoing cassoulet controversy with their seventh annual Cassoulet Cookoff benefiting GrowNYC’s Local Grains Project.
At an East Village elementary, students mind their peas.