If you’re going to be in New York City this Thanksgiving, be sure to have a dinner to remember.
The eleven seat, detail-oriented restaurant in New York City by Chef John Daley creates high-quality sushi inspired by Japanese tradition.
The New York City pastry chef has made a name for himself with whimsical, innovative desserts. Discover some of his most loved treats.
Morgenstern’s in NYC makes egg-less ice cream. The texture is light—rich, but not overly indulgent. The flavors skew savory and are all about subtlety.
The newest addition, besides Shake Shack, to Danny Meyer’s delicious restaurant empire, Marta brings wood oven pizza to NYC.
Explore the innovate dinners of NORTH Festival at The Old Bowery Station, an old subway depot.
Nordic food festival, NORTH, created a buzz in NYC this September, from hatching chicks during cooking demos to multi-course menus in an old subway station.
Murray’s Bagels is a haven for New Yorkers seeking sustenance, hangover cures, and authentic breads. Get the scoop on why it is so good and what to order.
Stephane Iacovelli gives an introductory, seductive lesson in French food.
Ever since PokPok touched down in NYC, the conversation of Thai food has been one of “authenticity.” Check out a spot that hits the nail on the head.
For New Yorkers who avoid their cramped kitchens, Rose Bakery is a home away from home. The menu excites with blended cuisines and polished presentations.
Brilliant coffee and beverages, the East Village coffeehouse has set itself apart. Even more impressive, is a tasting menu they create in the small space.
Discover the food and beach scene of the Rockaways. Only a short bike ride from Brooklyn.
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.
Founded by Joe Pozzuoli in 1975, Joe’s Pizza is an iconic joint known for their “foldable” slices. Eater interviewed the legend to learn the secrets of pie.
From the outside, The Ship New York is unassuming, but inside you will be wowed by the impressively high ceilings and creative libations.
The inner circle of specialty coffee is small, interconnected. Budin is a welcoming Scandinavian coffee bar in Greenpoint with imported Scandinavian goods.
NYC’s ReViVer promises to provide food that is both nutritionally beneficial and enjoyable to eat, affordable, and ready to eat in four minutes.
An eye-catching watermelon salad with sherry vinegar, herbs, tomatoes and feta. Summery and delicious, this is a beautiful way to present fresh produce
With The League of Kitchens, students are welcomed into immigrant’s homes to learn traditional ethnic cooking and the power food has to unite us.
Heads up, vegetarians. We found delicious pho. New York City’s An Choi is serving up a mushroom broth for the authentic Vietnamese dish, and it is great for meat eaters, too.
No need to feel guilty leaving your furry friend cooped up inside while you meet your friends at a bar in NYC. Bring him with you!
An herb marinated lamb chop, succulent spring-time fare from Master French Chef Harribey of Gaby Sofitel NYC.
Explore one of the culinary havens in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of NYC.
An elegant evening at Le Bernardin in New York City is deconstructed from the food to the atmosphere.
Otto’s in NYC is serving up tacos all from scratch, the corn tortillas, too.
Bill walsh explores an all-natural coffee joint in Manhattan, Smiles To Go.
Enter the creative mind of Ferran Adrià through concept sketches of dishes. On display in Soho.
Enjoy an eclectic theater and British dining experience at The Heath, NYC.
Midtown Manhattan needs all the good restaurants it can get. Enter The Shakespeare. A British pub with solid focus on quality pub grub.
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.
New Year’s resolutions are on everyone’s mind this time of year, but taking the edge off excess doesn’t have to mean “diet”. Cue nutritional powerhouse Nourish Kitchen + Table.
Carly DeFilippo takes us to Brooklyn’s Take Root for a sustainable and seasonal 8 course tasting menu: Amuse bouche, baby eggplants, French onion soup..
It’s said that those who can’t, teach. But when it comes to cooking, Spice Market’s Executive Chef Anthony Ricco is a master at both.
Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. hosts a “Sunday at Sea” cruise full of fresh seafood and striking views of New York City.
This is the ideal time to let someone else do the cooking. And for that, there’s no better place than Bklyn Larder.
At the brand-new venture, Supper Studio, these two worlds – music and food, delightfully collide, with all their disparate quirks and appeal.
Beer geek Joakim Bergman tries out Tørst, an amazing beer-joint in the heart of Brooklyn.
The true restaurant gems are the places that consistently satisfy and surprise you, steeping over time until they blossom into a story.
Mitch tries out newly opened gastro pub Alder, in New York City.
New York was the first city on this gastro-culinary tour, with the night market taking place at Chelsea’s Maritime Hotel.
This weekend, writers, chefs and other food enthusiasts converged on Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel for the second annual Food Book Fair.
In this ever-crowded genre of restaurant fare, Al Di Là inches ahead with grace and little fanfare.
On the Upper East Side of Manhattan lies William Greenberg Desserts, a wonderful bakery that gets two thumbs up from Carly DeFilippo.
Italian tourist Graziano Graziussi was arrested at New York steakhouse Smith & Wollensky, for forgetting his wallet at his hotel.
Belly on up to one of these fabulous bars. Give a nod to good ol’ gin, relax and imbibe.
From craft beer crawls to ethnic fare, David Naczycz and his staff are revolutionizing our understanding of New York’s food culture.
Carly DeFilippo checks out Calliope in the East Village, a French bistro with a no-nonsense approach to sustainability in cooking.
In the flurry of activity that is the New York City Wine & Food Festival – there is one central stronghold : The Grand Tasting.
During the 2012 New York City Wine and Food Festival, Carly DeFilippo checked out Morimoto’s Rock & Roll Sushi party at the Harvard Club.
Kalle Bergman visits the legendary Le Bernardin, and finds that after more than 25 years, it is still going strong.
Esca, the Mario Batali owned upscale Italian seafood eatery in Hell’s Kitchen has been around for a number of years. We checked it out.
Ports Coffee & Tea of Manhattan offers a nice place to dock for great coffee in Manhattan.
In just over a year, Mardi and Rebecka have turned their amateur culinary ambition into one of Brooklyn’s most celebrated supper clubs.
Maybe there’s something about pizza that inspires loyalty. Or maybe Co. is just that good. Either way, Carly DeFilippo is now a regular.
Carly DeFilippo joins a few NGI administrators for a graduation dinner, the culinary culmination of months of student preparation and planning.
After two years in New York there are three sandwiches Carly DeFilippo still swoons over.
Karla Diaz Cano goes on a mission to find the best food trucks in the city of New York. First up, Wafels & Dinges.