Countless food start-ups owe their inception to the back room at Jimmy’s, and it’s time to say thank you to the man who provides precious communal space to underfunded idealists.
Missed this year’s festival? You can find recipes for the dishes you didn’t eat.
Watch and learn how the use of proper glassware can accentuate a beer’s dynamics and elevate the drinking experience.
It’s pretty much impossible to figure out the best thing we ate and drank at last night’s jam-packed Good Beer 2013 event (our fifth!) at 82 Mercer.
Saturday is New York Beer Day!
When we think about all the fantastic, frothy, hoppy goodness coming our way at the end of the month, we can barely stein it!…
With the champagne drunk and the ball dropped, we’re taking a moment to ponder the next 364 days and what they’ll bring in terms of food.
If you don’t know Jimmy Carbone, you should. Not only does his charming, other-worldly, subterranean spot on east 7th Street, Jimmy’s No. 43, have one of the best local and international craft beer selections in the whole darned city (not to mention the pubby, disarmingly delicious snacks and bigger-bites menu), but Carbone has become a bit of a saint on the slow-food scene. But today, big giver Saint Jimmy needs a little help coming his way for a change.
Back at the tail end of last year, the brewers behind Pennsylvania’s Sly Fox (owned by one Brian O’Reilly) and Shmaltz Brewing Company from Upstate New York got the idea to do a Hanukah-Christmas beer challenge. The follow up–St. Pat’s v. Purim, naturally–will be held tonight, March 7, from 7 to 10 pm at Jimmy’s No. 43.
Drinking better, fresher beer brewed with care and quality ingredients is just one benefit a bone-fide local brewery brings to the city. It’s also…
Governor’s Island transforms from ghost town to green space.
Beyond the human and environmental casualties of the triple-threat disaster in Japan, of course, there will likely also be losses to our collective food…