Earlier this summer, eight award winning chefs launched a foodie’s dream come true – the Seaport Food Lab. A unique pop-up dining experience nestled in a formerly empty space of the Financial District’s new Seaport area, this pre-fixe party represents the culinary mastery of some of the gastro giants of the eating arena. Names like Dale Talde, Wylie Dufresne, and Alon Shaya, among others, are taking downtown by storm with their never-before tasted creations. Continue reading “A “Top-Nosh” Pop-up – Award Winning Chefs Serve Up Dining Deliciousness at the Seaport Food Lab”
When you encounter a night of fabulous food, fun and new friends, it’s pretty much like winning the lottery. But when it’s put together by food design enthusiast Misha Volf and curious chef extraordinaire Aimee Hunter, we’re talking about a whole new level of things!
Upon first learning about this experience and writing about it, I really didn’t know what to expect, I just knew it was going to be an unforgettable night… and that it was. Continue reading “Eating is Knowing – A Feast of New Friends, Food & Fabulousness”
Sometimes you have to step outside of your comfort zone and be spontaneous to discover some of the greatest things life has to offer – or at least some of the greatest things New York has to offer.
With this weekend (Valentine’s Weekend) being one of the coldest in record history, I could only think of one way to keep warm – eating, of course! A staunch lover of all things Italian, naturally I wanted pizza and pasta to get me through these cold winter days (what’s new?). I had heard of a little known place just north of Manhattan, in New York’s most northern borough, the Bronx, and while tons of options exist in the City, I decided to be a bit adventurous and explore one of New York’s oldest and greatest well-kept secrets, Arthur Avenue. Continue reading “All Aboard – A Little Mangia Outside of Manhattan”
Sometimes low key and cool is the way to go when choosing your dining options in NYC. Sure there are a bevy of beautiful restaurants with fab fare, but every once in a while, you come across a hidden gem and it’s just as amazing an experience as anything else, if not better.
When a girlfriend of mine started posting picture perfect dishes on Facebook a few months ago, I was wondering where she had ordered from. I quickly came to discover, she was a student at the Natural Gourmet Institute – an institute leader in health-supportive culinary education since 1977. Continue reading “Very Vegan – Friday Night Nosh at the Natural Gourmet Institute”