Princess themed cocktails and the “lit” brunch menu are only a few reasons why the Murray Hill pub, the Flying Cock should be on your radar for the season
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Feed your drink cravings with the cool cocktails at The Garret East. Serving boozy drinks with ingredients such as turmeric and beet juice.
Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of soup. Specifically, a hearty Greek-style fish stew, because no one does fish stews better than the Greeks, right?
Spending the weekend in Manhattan and want something more than the typical bagel or hot dog to nosh on? Head to Café Americano for impressive fare to fill the hungry gaps for a mid morning, afternoon, night or any food break needed.
There is absolutely no better time to experience New York City than during the holidays. The Dream Midtown shares a wondrous holiday cheer in the Pent House Dream. Guests and visitors can get festively buzzed, spreading their holiday spirit with comfort and joy.
Double Zero opened its doors in East Village New York City, welcoming all eaters to experience vegan pizza and plant based cuisine.
Crafted in the 1905 Lounge at the HGU, a New York Hotel, a visual narrative comes alive when art pieces are shaken, muddled and poured into cocktail ware.
New York City becomes extra magical in the winter. Cozy-ing up in a heated restaurant enjoying a hot chocolate sounds wonderful, but it is the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park that hold the holiday sparkle everyone is looking for.
Despite the enormity of great coffee in Manhattan, it can still be difficult in certain areas to find a great stop later in the day. Sadly, not all New York City cafes are created equal, and especially for those who enjoy an evening cup of lovingly-crafted joe, it can be hard to locate a provider. Fortunately, the quality coffee scene grows stronger and shops are expanding like wildfire, but in the meantime, there is one place in particular that always seems to be nearby when needed: Birch Coffee.
On October 23rd New York City is about to have sugar coma, introducing the first festival dedicated to all things sweet, Dessert Goals.
NYC’s Senza Gluten restaurant is reintroducing classic Italian comfort foods, but this time with a completely gluten free approach that any diner can enjoy.
France’s acclaimed chef has fallen in love with the Big Apple. From a gourmet’s point of view, Alain Ducasse reveals his favorite bites for all budgets in his edible guidebook to New York City.
SoHo has delicious desserts, like Ansel’s famous cronuts, and gorgeous boutiques, but when it comes to finding a spot to refuel after a hefty – where do you go? Check out our favorite Japanese spots.
New York City has a ton of outdoor dining options servings trendy dishes, and The Butcher’s Daughter has a creative menu of all vegetarian dishes, but you won’t even miss the meat.
Will the classic steakhouse ever go out of style? We hope not, especially when there are so many delicious things to eat at NYC’s Strip House Midtown, like black truffle creamed spinach, dry aged rib eyes, and burrata with sweet roasted tomatoes.
UrbanSpace’s Garment District has, once again, set up shop on Broadway. It runs until June 14 and has a smorgasbord of vendors and food trucks to choose from. Each vendor is unique and has a story to tell, so stop by while you can!
In New York City, there’s no lack of chefs who profess a passion for local, quality ingredients. But on the menu at East Village newcomer North River, there’s not a leaf of kale in sight.
Explore one of the culinary havens in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of NYC.
Discover midtown’s newest cheese trattoria, Mozzarella & Vino, in NYC.
Chris Cockren explores Gotham West Market’s creative new eatery, Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop.
Honest Cooking’s coffee house tester, Bill Walsh, experiences a satisfying palate cleanser at Bowery Coffee, New York City.
Pitch Me: How to turn your love for food into a successful culinary business: recognize your brand, put everything down on paper, Everything has a “sell by” date, know your audience, consider your timing.
The Italian chef and cookbook author, Riccardo Costa, shows you how to prepare a perfect risotto with pecorino cheese, saffron, and artichokes. Watch and learn!
Scoping out the trendiest restaurant is all the rage but at-home dinner party can be just as magical, and much more intimate.
Dimes is a comfortable neighborhood joint serving up a varied menu at affordable prices.
A two-day event in New York City this weekend offers a chance to taste the popular Japanese spirit, Shochu.
Omakase translates roughly as ‘I will leave it to you’ and involves sitting at the sushi counter while a chef prepares individual pieces of nigiri.
The menu at Gwynnett St. is more of a riddle of foodstuffs than a traditional bill of fare. Read all about it on Honest Cooking today.
New York was the first city on this gastro-culinary tour, with the night market taking place at Chelsea’s Maritime Hotel.
It is said that the best Italian chefs are those born in the kitchen watching the family cooking.
On the Upper East Side of Manhattan lies William Greenberg Desserts, a wonderful bakery that gets two thumbs up from Carly DeFilippo.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor is a great and not overly crowded dim sum place in New York City.
Belly on up to one of these fabulous bars. Give a nod to good ol’ gin, relax and imbibe.
Ports Coffee & Tea of Manhattan offers a nice place to dock for great coffee in Manhattan.
Prohibition Bakery Brings Booze to the Battlefield of NYC’s Cupcake Wars.
Although Italian and French wines often play the main role, Portuguese wines are not be outdone in terms of quality, variety and taste.
On March 29th, food professionals from every corner of the United States, as well as internationally, will be landing in New York City.
Carly DeFilippo visits an unpretentious, creative and stereotypically hard-to-pronounce Basque outpost in Chelsea.
Bill Walsh explores a bag of Bolivian Fair Trade Coffee from the West Village in NYC that scores pretty well in the coffee and tea index.