The annual celebration of hard cider in New York City and the Hudson Valley is upon us. We speak to farm-to-table favorite Back Forty’s General Manager about the rich and complex history of the drink.
Diego Moya was one of the first graduates of our Intern Program in 2009. Today, he’s a successful cook at Casa Mono in New York. We spoke to Moya about his experiences and evolution in the kitchen.
We were at the fifth annual “Let Us Eat Local,” where 40 of New York’s top chefs came together to celebrate local ingredients and support Just Food, the nonprofit that connects NYC communities with local farms and food.
We spoke to the co-owner of the Upper East Side restaurant about how he developed his wine list, the emergence of Greek labels in the American market, and introducing the neighborhood to some nontraditional bottles.
The annual New York Wine & Food Festival arrives next weekend, four days of industry panels, events, tastings and, of course, parties, with some of the biggest names in the business. Here are some events not to miss.
A look at what’s new and hot in New York’s fast-paced restaurant scene. Where will you eat this week?
We spoke to Delaney, the owner of soon-to-open BrisketTown, a Williamsburg restaurant specializing in Texas-style smoked brisket, about starting a food business online, the challenges of pop-ups, and moving to brick-and-mortar.
For the latest Tools of the Trade, we’re talking to Ron Paprocki, Pastry Chef at longstanding Greenwich Village farm-to-table favorite Gotham Bar & Grill about the kitchen device he can’t live without: a refractometer.