Tag: Restaurant

A Dinner of Eights: Eit Restaurant in Rome, Italy

Eit is a newly-opened restaurant in Rome from one-Michelin starred Chef Luigi Nastri. They don’t have a menu with traditional dishes listed but instead a list of 8 ingredients that the diners can choose from. Everything about the restaurant is about the number 8. Eight half seasons, 8 wine varieties for the wines and 8 tastes and flavors, even 8 tables.

Flour Restaurant Brings Italian Philosophy to a Cleveland Kitchen

Situated just outside of Cleveland, Ohio, you will find Flour restaurant. A traditional Italian eatery opened by Chef Paul Minnillo and Matt Mytro, Flour is keeping things real while leaving the all too trendy term “rustic” in the past. The sleek dishes that emerge from their kitchen, run by Chef Matt Mytro, are memorable and truly unique. Believe me, their chorizo stuffed dates, cozily wrapped in pancetta will haunt your tastebuds long after you have left.

Oso Brings Mexican Street Eats to Harlem

Further past the popular Harlem eats of Red Rooster and Sweet Bird, you will find Oso, the new destination for traditional Mexican street food. From tacos to enchiladas, Oso brings the vibrant culture of Mexico to Upper Harlem.

Clou – a Bright Star of the Danish Food Scene

Take a creative approach to pairing food with wine, some true dedication to the classic techniques of cooking and the homey feeling of dining at the house of your best friend, and you have Clou. A trailblazing bright star on the Danish food scene, Clou proves the Danish restaurant scene is more than Nordic minimalism.

Featuring: Chef Justin Dain

Executive Chef Justin Dain is the mastermind behind the locally sourced culinary creations at PINE Restaurant located in the picturesque town of Hanover, New Hampshire. Read about his idyllic upbringing, creative mind, and benevolence through teaching others about his passion for using seasonal ingredients at the peak of their flavor.

Favorite Copycat Recipes to Recreate

We’re striving to cook more in the new year, but that doesn’t have to mean forfeiting your favorite restaurant recipes. Here, we’ve rounded up top trending copycat recipes, perfect for having your (homemade) cake, and eating it too!

Delighting in Miami’s Pisco Y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar

It is not often that my taste buds are surprised in such a startling way. I am very familiar with Peruvian cuisine having been to Perú on various occasions. The food at Pisco Y Nazca brought back delicious memories of the time spent in that beautiful country.

Perfecting the Multi-Cultural Congee

The traditional rice porridge is back in style and Seattle’s Kraken Congee is bringing the comforting dish straight to the people with fun toppings like pork belly adobo, sake cured salmon, and wild mushrooms with crispy tofu.

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