Create an elegant spring dish with asparagus, parmesan, and crispy prosciutto. Brought together with a dry white wine, this is an easy weeknight meal.
No cooking required, make a juicy, crunchy watermelon salad with a touch of parsley, cucumbers, and a pinch of salt.
Traveling to the Provincetown area means good food and great views, on or off-season.
In the midst of New York City, find a delicious taste of Paris at Rebelle with a beautiful space, great food, and an extensive wine list.
Roman artichokes, or carciofi, are things to dream about. Discover the many ways to enjoy an artichoke and a delicious steaming technique.
The newest addition, besides Shake Shack, to Danny Meyer’s delicious restaurant empire, Marta brings wood oven pizza to NYC.
Drew Nieporent’s newest venture, Bâtard in Tribeca, has opened . Check out more of the new restaurant that is bringing delicious food to the Tribeca scene.
The quest for an authentic bagel can be more daunting than one may imagine. Mitch Weinstein explores the offerings of two new NYC bagel joints.
From the outside, The Ship New York is unassuming, but inside you will be wowed by the impressively high ceilings and creative libations.
Enjoy of meal of the senses at David Toutain in Paris, France. No need to break the bank to try some delicious food, €42 can buy you a gourmet meal.
An elegant evening at Le Bernardin in New York City is deconstructed from the food to the atmosphere.
A prix fixe multi-course supper club dinner at Louro in Greenwich Village is a foodie haven.
Delicious and homemade fish soup with striped bass, red bell pepper and potatoes.
Mitch Weinstein details New York’s Nordic Food Festival, NORTH, from an insider’s perspective.
It’s officially Fall but in most places it’s still warm enough to find good corn and tomatoes at the market. This simple pasta dish lets the produce shine.
Dimes is a comfortable neighborhood joint serving up a varied menu at affordable prices.
Mitch Weinstein spends Labor Day fishing and eating on Cape Cod.
Paul Liebrandt’s The Elm serves up some of the most delicious and affordable — not to mention beautiful — French-influenced food around.
One of the original tapas restaurants in the country turns twenty – and is still serving up food just as delicious as ever.
Mitch Weinstein checks out Mike Isabella’s new ode to Greece in DC and finds some of the most exciting food in the District.
Mitch Weinstein makes an awesome risotto with what he already has readily available at home.
Super simple and super delicious, this pasta with ramps and favas recipe will surely keep you coming back for more.
Enjoy an awesome penne with asparagus recipe from Mitch Weinstein.
Mitch tries out newly opened gastro pub Alder, in New York City.
Your tax dollars support the great Smithsonian Museums and National Zoo, and also, the cherry trees located all around the National Mall.
Coleslaw is so much better when the cabbage isn’t completely raw.
Doesn’t every city have one? You know, a place that once you’ve been to, you want/need to go back to every time you return.
Leek & potato soup can be made with as little as 4 ingredients. But do try this delicious twelve ingredient version.
Paris is lucky to have American Chef Daniel Rose cooking up a storm in the city of lights.
The upgraded and expanded Cafe Katja on the Lower East Side is a good as it has ever been.
Next time you’re thinking about flying Aeroflot to Moscow, do as they say in Brooklyn and fuggetaboutit. Brighton Beach is so much closer.
How does air conditioning and a lovely clam bake for dinner sound? Great? Ok, so head for Court Street Grocers in Brooklyn.
Summer corn is great even off the cob. And here’s a simple, delicious way to use it.
Mitch Weinstein checks out this year’s 10th anniversary Big Apple BBQ Block Party – and…
Mitch Weinstein visited the opening night of the NYC outpost of the much hyped Mission Chinese Food.
Mitch Weinstein paid a visit to the recently opened New York branch of the Experimental Cocktail Club.
Mitch Weinstein finds a deliciously warm and friendly refuge in “Jack’s Wife Freda”. The restaurant that is, not the actual wife.
It appears as if David Chang has done it again, this time with a duck as good as any in Chinatown, and perhaps just a little more special.
The food at the newly opened Acme Bar & Restaurant in NoHo is both exciting and impressive.
When in Rome, do as Mitch Weinstein and visit the lovely Trattoria Monti.
Making your own stock is both easy, fun and utterly rewarding. Mitch Weinstein tells us why.
Turn leftover chicken French by dressing it with a tarragon flavored lemony vinaigrette.
In the city where pizza is religion, Mitch Weinstein dares to pick a personal favorite.
Mitch Weinstein travels from NYC to San Francisco and falls in love with a frozen pizza.
There’s something to be said about a restaurant that you can rely on. Especially if that something you rely upon is a particular dish that you want to be good each and every time you order it.
Mitch Weinstein takes a trip down culinary memory lane, and returns with a long lost recipe for pasta salad.
Mitch Weinstein opts out on grilling, and decides to go all in on barbecuing for Memorial Day weekend.
Mitch Weinstein checks out the talked about The Fat Radish, and finds a place that is about more than just surface and crowd.