Every year, the Village Voice hosts Choice Eats, our annual tasting event, in which we provide delicious dishes from all of our favorite restaurants.
And now with that in mind, we've announced a partnership with Foursquare.
Monday, January 21
Inaugural Luncheon at 606 R&D
Not one of the 250 guests dining at the inaugural luncheon? Have no fear. You can dine on the exact same menu at 606 R&D in Prospect Heights. The $75 prix fixe menu features lobster, grilled bison, and apple pie. Email the restaurant to make a reserva ... More >>
With the closing of St. Vincent's in the West Village still fresh in our mind, it's always a sad story to tell when a hospital might be forced to close its doors. The bankruptcy of any institution that provides a service necessary for the general welfare of the people is a blemish on our social reco ... More >>
There's news to report on the who's-paying-our-salary front: The Village Voice is now under new ownership.Our parent company, Village Voice Media, has been sold to a group of the company's editors and publishers in a deal that includes the Voice and our 12 sister publications across the country. The ... More >>
With Mitt Romney as its de facto candidate, the roster of Restore Our Future, Romney's designated Super PAC slush fund, reads like a laundry list of New York City's wealthiest denizens. And, according to the Center for Responsive Politics and contrary to popular belief, Super PAC ... More >>
FacebookEarlier this year, we wrote about how a bevy of civil rights groups like GLADD and the NAACP supported, inexplicably from our point of view, the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile. That deal fell apart yesterday, and the telecoms will not be combining forces after all. One civil rights group ... More >>
In a case that should resonate with the protesters down in Zuccotti Park, three San Francisco bank officials have been charged with fraud after receiving nearly $300 million in federal bail out money during the Bush era financial crisis.
United Commercial Bank CEO Thomas Wu, along with vice ... More >>
You know it for fridges. Now Sears is looking to sell food, too. The company quietly launched MyGofer on Memorial Day in Manhattan and the Hamptons, which delivers groceries and other goods from its Kmart stores.
Since being voted the best restaurant in the world by San Pel ... More >>
Whole Foods reported that second-quarter profits had more than doubled, raising its full-year earnings forecast.
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The popularity of Tom Colicchio, Gordon Ramsay, and Anthony Bourdain has taught chefs to indulge their fiery tempers.
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A new study suggests t ... More >>
The Baby-Shaking app didn't do it for us, but this one looks promising: L magazine announces a partnership with Cocktail Compass, with which we are told we can find "the nearest happy hour... its location, distance, and how long you'll have before happy hour is over." It also features an "all ... More >>
She might want to pour one for Sasha, too.
All is far from well for Sasha Muniak: The restaurateur, whose Centro Vinoteca filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, is now filing a Chapter 11 for one of his four Mangia eateries, which to office workers are synonymous with panini a ... More >>
Whole Foods shares recently fell 8.6 percent after more than tripling over the past year. CEO John Mackey said he expects no "positive change in the economy over the short term," adding that 2010 sales should improve slightly.
Kraft is expected to make its hostile takeover offer ... More >>
Tishman Speyer and BlackRock, the owners of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village in Manhattan, turned over the main mortgage for the 11,200-unit complex to a "special servicer". Special servicers are given the power to renegotiate the terms of a failing loan and possibly sell the assets t ... More >>