You know, that infernal hybrid of breakfast and lunch that appeals to hipsters and sickos.
I ask that very question in my current column, a hilarious yet insightful romp consisting of 40 things I hate about food.
And thanks to a devoted reader, I now have my trend-Nazi answer.
A black Stanley Kowalski?
Well, why not? We had a black Maggie the Cat just a few years ago.
And at a meet-and-greet for the Streetcar Named Desire of color (with the white folks living next door) coming to Broadway, director Emily Mann gave us the reasons.
"I knew Tennessee Williams and loved hi ... More >>
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Fat Tuesday Bash
Blue Water Grill
Tuesday, March 8 at 8 p.m.
The restaurant's Jazz Room will host a three-course prix-fixe menu inspired by New Orleans and accompan ... More >>
Here lies a bad drink.
First, they killed off the Appletini, then they killed off the Redheaded Slut. This year, at Tales of the Cocktails in New Orleans, the bartenders of the world (or at least those of this country) will say goodbye to the Sex on the Beach.
This summer, Green Table, a café in Chelsea Market, will sell brown-bag lunches for customers to enjoy at the neighboring High Line park.
[Wall Street Journal]
Despite the oil spill threatening the seafood supply, the first New Orleans Oyster Festival, originally scheduled for the summer of ... More >>
boston.comDrink in Boston at Drink, in Boston.
Ask any cocktailian worth her salt and she's sure to tell you that, hands down, New York City has the best cocktail culture in the country. Sure, San Francisco has its abundance of fresh, seasonal produce and New Orleans, in many ways, started i ... More >>
Apparently, roux isn't the key to perfect gumbo. Actually, it's all in the water.
Tasting Table reports on a New Orleans bookshop that will ship bona fide NOLA tap water to anywhere in the country so that even us Yanks can make authentic Cajun fare. Kitchen Witch, in the French Quarter, specialize ... More >>