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.
The drink on tap at Molecule isn’t wine or beer, but pure water.
One man’s quest to convince pappardelle eaters to order not a glass of Barolo but a bottle of beer.
The Tom & Jerry–a frothy, rich Christmas-time drink akin to eggnog–was, according to cocktail historian David Wondrich, created in the early 1850s by famed mixologist Jerry Thomas. As legend goes, Thomas refused to make them until after the first snowfall. It may not be Christmas yet, but the snow has fallen, people, so ready your mixers!
Wisconsin expats whip up their ancestral Christmas cocktail in the East Village
An accidental restaurant wins hearts and minds in the East Village.
And no smart restaurant will share their recipe.
Jon Snyder’s Campari sorbet has won admiration from high-end chefs and hungry locals alike.
Jimmy’s No. 43 is one of our favorite East Village haunts for craft beer and local oysters—we’ve packed in with many a fellow food…
When Cathy Erway (the author of the brand-new book, The Art of Eating In: How I learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove),…
Take a Bite: The Famous New York Northern Spy Apple, at Left, is also the Name of One of Our New Favorite East Village…
Deborah Gavito shares tips for squeezing real produce into a narrow-necked bottle.