Several prominent members of the New York City culinary industry reacted to the sudden passing of Anthony Bourdain, who committed suicide at the age of 61.
The Regency Bar & Grill, located inside the super sophisticated Loews Regency New York on Park Avenue between 61st and 62nd street, has just added some absolutely delicious new menu items to try right in time for the summer.
Chelsea remains one of the most popular spots to head to in New York City for a bevy of reasons, one in particular being the variety of foods you get to eat from. Coppelia, which is located smack dab in the middle of 14th street between 7th and 8th avenue, is one of those spots, as the Latin cuisine they are able to create is nothing short of absolutely scrumptious.
The Meatpacking District is about to get a lot more saucy thanks to the opening of its “cheesy” new neighbor SIMÒ Pizza.
The Little Beet, with multiple locations throughout Manhattan, is yet another fabulous example of how great food can truly taste during the lunch time rush in The Big Apple.
Say it with me… Thai-Scream Sandwich! I’m always on the lookout for something completely new and innovative in a city that churns out something smashing and creative every day of the year, and Nolita hotspot Kay’s Boutique Café has just introduced something (for a very limited time) that you are going to want to hop on the 6 train to Spring Street to try out.
BELLA New York should really just change their name to “Simply Fabulous” as its Editor-In-Chief Courtenay Cooper Hall makes sure that every single issue that is put out is chock full of the best of the best in terms of style, beauty and more for the everyday Manhattanite. Bella’s latest party exemplified that, as they celebrated the launch of their beauty issue with mother-daughter duo Alexa Ray Joel and Christie Brinkley.
Hunan Slurp Shop may just become a very welcomed neighbor in the East Village, as their soft opening last week proved just how distinguished they are among all the redundancy that is plaguing Manhattan.
The Workmen’s Circle fourth annual “Taste of Jewish Culture” Street Festival, illustrating that “Diversity is Delicious,” returns this Father’s Day, featuring dozens of food purveyors putting their original ethnic spins on traditional Jewish foods, on Sunday, June 17 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Sixth Avenue between 48th and 49th Streets (rain or shine). The festival will include music, dance, and family-friendly activities, including arts-and-crafts.
If you don’t have any plans tomorrow for Memorial Day and still want to celebrate it with something classically American, then head to Junior’s Restaurant as they are doing something big and special for National Hamburger Day, which happens to all fall on Monday!