Beyond food and discussion, Jenn de la Vega’s “MASARAP, a comfort food exhibition” offers curated food-related games, a special board game night and live DJ sets.
“The energy all depends on who is present and relies heavily on the musical choices of the room.”
“I threw up my culture into that glass,” says Bronx-born Darnell Holguin.
Bespoke Kitchen’s chef Franco Barrio swiftly brightens up his seasonal menu by combining French and Spanish training with his Peruvian palate.
“If I didn’t work here, I would still be here several times a week.”
Mushroom sushi, carrot lox and maduros are just the beginning.
Bon Appétit editor at large Christine Muhlke shares the NYFW shows she’s looking forward to and a few of her essential New York restaurants.
Where one of the city’s best chefs loves to eat.
The menu includes oysters on the half shell, fried duck meatballs with brie cheese and fennel, gorgeous beets and mussels that fall out of a bag.
Every day, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., their 12 distinct takes on the drink go on special.
At Blenheim Hill Farms, which provides greenhouse-grown produce and ethically raised meats for Blenheim in West Village, the chores never go undone, even in frigid temperatures.
New Yorkers now have access to “extreme small-batch varieties” of sake at venues across the city.