There’s really no shame in being a teetotaler—or merely a measured imbiber—nowadays.
Through the Insurgo Project, chef Harold Villarosa is hoping to change how communities think about food.
For this Long Island boy Brooklyn sometimes seems endless. Like when you can exit the Bedford Avenue L station in Williamsburg, as we did last week, and head half a mile south on Wythe Avenue and come upon a whole neighborhood of little food shops and new and renovated condos that didn’t seem to exist a few years go. Perhaps its this vast newness–realtors citywide, we’re told, are now pushing the part of Williamsburg called the Southside–that was part of the inspiration for Isa on South Second Street.
A place still so cool seven years after its arrival it’s practically synonymous with the adjective.