New Yorkers craving summer weather and a tropical getaway after treading slushy sidewalks, rejoice! Broken Coconut, a new fast-casual restaurant in the Lower East Side, is serving beach to bowl goodness year-round.
While in reality these Alto Adige wines are great throughout the year, these three grapes have tantalized our tastebuds this summer and are perfectly light and refreshing for the season.
Grab a loaf of brioche and all of summer’s fresh berries and get to work on this simply beautiful summer pudding.
If you’re a red wine drinker through and through, but still want something cool on a hot summer day, these favorite chilled red wines are for you.
Brighten up your week with these sweet-savory summer fruit salad recipes, all packed with summer’s finest—fresh berries, juicy melon and ripe peaches. A host of vibrant, refreshing combinations to see you through the entire season.
NYC pro chefs share insider tips to ensure you have a great cookout this summer.
Hide from the heat with these cool dinner recipes, because sometimes it’s just too hot to cook.
When it’s too hot out to think, this summer wine guide is here to save you the trouble. Cool down and relax with these refreshing summer sippers.
Check out these tips to serving up two summer canapés and a charcuterie board for an unforgettable rooftop party.
Here are five wines that we can’t get enough of so far this summer. Grab one or a few this weekend and let us know if you find a perfect patio pairing as you’re pouring. Bonus, each wine is less than $20 a bottle.
Looking for a wine that is perfect with smoky grilled meats, but isn’t too powerful for a hot summer day? Look no further. Check out this red wine served slightly chilled.
Father’s Day is this weekend. Check out these brunch to dinner recipes that are as bold, goofy and fun as Dad.
These summer rolls are wrapped up with refreshing watercress, mango, and mint and served with an irresistible sesame-ginger dipping sauce with a hint of garlic. It’s a perfect cool dish for a warm day.
As the winter season drags on and on, prepare dishes with bright and fresh flavors. Lime and Cilantro Shrimp with Mango Avocado Salsa is reminiscent of the warmth of summer that is not far away.
In Brooklyn’s Industry City, Extraction Lab is serving tea and coffee unlike anything we’ve experienced before.
As the weather gets colder, the southern hemisphere is just starting to warm up! This mango yogurt shake is one of the drinks the people in New Zealand are sipping to stay cool.
Give Summer one last hurrah with Ricotta Stuffed Squash Blossoms. These edible flowers turn into the perfect antipasto when stuffed and fried!
It’s time to break out the juicer for some refreshing quenchers. While many drink juice to start the day, end your day with a juice cocktail. With your favorite spirit gin, shook up with some fresh cucumber juice, lime and Kara’s Minty Simple Syrup you’ll be cool, crisp and zingy.
Have an excess of Strawberries from the summer crop? Make a delicious batch of Strawberry Balsamic Basil Gelato with them and give summer one last goodbye!
Grilled Lemon Shishito Peppers. Vegan. Gluten Free.
This salad dressing is so delicious and unexpected. If you have fresh mangoes lying around without a place to go, the solution is right here.
A refreshing cocktail with only 3 ingredients – perfect for summer sipping and so easy you can make it with your eyes closed.
Give summer one last hurrah with this End of Summer Pasta Salad. Fresh, seasonal vegetables pair with perfectly cooked pasta for an ideal summer sendoff.
It’s is prime season for taking cocktail hour outside—long days of sunshine, and warm temps just begging to be iced down with a cool sip. Make your next occasion a hit with these fun cocktail party ideas.
The bright and unique flavors of Aperol meet a refreshing prosecco to bring a piece of summer in Italy right to your glass.
These summer sangria recipes feature seasonal fruits and berries soaked in a variety of wines, and they represent a wide range of complexity levels. What are you waiting for? Find your perfect match!
The warm temps are here to stay. Keep cool and satisfy your sweet tooth with these easy dessert recipes, no oven needed.
Send summer off with a tall glass of our favorite bubbles, perfect with everything from aperitifs to the best of summer barbecue foods.
Summer and s’mores go hand in hand. It makes sense then, that there is a whole day devoted to them. These fun ways to eat s’mores aren’t just the ordinary.
We only have a few more weeks of summer soirees and outdoor picnics left to celebrate summer. Make each one count with these dishes that are ready to serve a fun-loving crowd or be packed up for a picnic, complete with a bottle of Vinho Verde wine.
A favorite Italian summer ingredient, eggplant can be baked and served on its own or in a sandwich with fresh tomatoes and basil.
We love white wine, especially in the summer as it pairs with fresh seafood, cheeses, and simple meals. Here are some of our favorite cool sips.
A refreshing Arnold Palmer is made even more cool and delicious with the addition of muddled berries.
Zucchini is abundant (and inexpensive) during the summer months and it makes an excellent vessel for a multitude of flavor combinations. Check out these delicious, nutritious ways to get your serving of green veggies.
Summer Tomato Ricotta Tart is a wonderful summer dish. Sweet tomatoes compliment the flaky, buttery crust and pop with flavorful juices.
The right sangria recipe can turn the stickiest summer day into something sweet and satisfying in just a few simple steps, and only a few simple ingredients.
Enjoy a casual summer brunch with tapas-style food that pair perfectly with late mornings, easy conversations and Vinho Verde wines from Casal Garcia. Check out the recipe for peach crostini and Greek salad cups with lamb proscuitto.
A Peach and Blackberry Summer Panino is the perfect way to take advantage of fresh, summer fruits while they are still in season.
A perfect bit of summer, this pizza is made on a grilled crust with salty prosciutto, grilled peach slices, arugula, and sweet caramelized onions. Bliss!
Easy to pair with summer fair, these white wines from Alto Adige are elegant enough for a special occasion, but easy to sip on the patio in your bare feet.
A cool caprese pasta salad makes a great backyard side with fresh basil and summer tomatoes.
Summer is in full swing. Thankfully, our friends across the Atlantic have just the answer. Here are some Italian desserts to beat the summer heat.
August Uncommon has done it again. With their line of bold summer flavors you can start and end your day with tea in a mug or your cocktail shaker.
This summer, try pairing Portugese Vinho Verde with delicious warm weather dishes like this Salmon and Tuna Poke Bowl. Perfect for picnics, festivals and al fresco dining.
Highlight and savor summer’s tomatoes with this easy tomato jam complete with olive oil and garlic. Serve over burgers for a gourmet alternative to ketchup.
Make summer seafood paella right on the grill with fresh vegetables and a bottle of Chilean Santa Rita wine.
Sun’s out, rum’s out! Summer is the time for tall glasses of iced tea and these deliciously boozy twists on a warm weather favorite will keep your pitchers flowing all season long.
This is the dish to take to the next backyard party. Made with sweet summer corn, spinach, provolone and spices, it’s the perfect way to honor the golden ear of the season.
Summer is the peak of tomato season. This summer tomato risotto takes advantage of the bright, fresh flavors of the tomato by letting it shine in this dish.
Grilling is quick and easy with this recipe for spiced sea scallops and summer vegetables paired with a crisp Sauvignon Blanc.
We love rosé wine for spring and summer celebrations—it’s light, refreshing, and it looks so festive. This season, try one these pink cocktail recipes, featuring all the goodness of rosé.
In summer, in Southern Italy, the eggplants are the queens of the table. Dress us your homemade pasta with this unique sauce.
Try this sweet and fruity strawberry sangria to get you ready for summer.
As an appetizer or light summer meal, these grilled chicken bruschetta are loaded with bright summer vegetables.
Cheers the summer months with these less common white wines from Slovenia that not only pair well with seasonal foods, but add to the relaxed atmosphere.
Grilling season is here. Are you prepared? Here are some useful tips to armor yourself with before entering the ring of fire.
This simple summer soup is loaded with fresh vegetables and comes together in about half an hour. It’s light, but filling and given a slight creaminess from almonds.
What a creative and interesting ice cream flavor…ginger and rhubarb! This is definitely on the “recipes to make for summer” list!
Poke is a Hawaiian-style sashimi that is a fresh and filling dish and will knock your espadrilles off.
Loaded with greens, tomatoes, toasted hazelnuts, and cheese, this crunchy salad is a perfect spring and summer side dish.