This past Saturday, culinary Justin Bieber and 27 Desbrosses chef Greg Grossman took to Facebook to relay a message of disbelief about an injury incurred at a Chinese restaurant.
Spring for some one-hand sammy classics
One innovation this year was the appearance of cafeteria trays, enabling one to amass several dishes at once, and then enjoy them. This guy told me, "I got mine on the Bowery for $2." The Fifth Annual Choice Eats tasting event was underway in one form or another from 5:30 to 9pm this evening. Ther ... More >>
Fork in the Road is proud to announce former Smiths bass guitarist and veteran DJ Andy Rourke will be spinning the wheels of steel at this year's Choice Eats tasting event. Which raises the question: Can you pogo while eating?
Many, many good guesses coming in for this week's Where Am I Eating?, but I'm not at François Payard, Café Ollin, Joe Dough, Tortaria, El Paso Taqueria, Guerrero Food Center, Tacos Morelos, Tortilla Flats, Oaxaca, Tulcino del Valle, Barros Luco (which has closed), or Cemitas at Smorgas ... More >>
Mile End's legendary smoked-meat poutine, with curds and gravy, of course. Choice Eats proudly announces the fourth group of restaurants, bakeries, and other purveyors of delicious foodstuffs to its Tuesday, March 13 festival line-up. Newcomers include: Bep, Brooklyn Brine Co., Fay Da Bake ... More >>
It's time to invest in that pair of elastic sweatpants you've had your eye on. The third round of restaurants participating in The Village Voice's tasting event, Choice Eats, is out -- and, boy, is it a tasty bunch.
The past and present of a legendary soggy sandwich
Coles P.E. Buffet, one of the L.A. places that claims to have invented the French dip This week Counter Culture explores the history of an American classic sandwich, the French dip. But is it really French? You'll have to read the piece to find out, but in the meantime, here is a gallery of sandwi ... More >>
The Almighty Brisket at Joe Doe spin-off Joe Dough. As sandwiches have undergone a resurgence in popularity over the last couple of years, restaurateurs have been studying how to make them bolder and greasier -- raising the price tag and pushing foodie buttons in the process.
Say you find yourself wandering the East Village with the munchies. (Of course, you would never, ever do this, because you are a responsible adult, who knows that pot will obviously make you jump out of buildings, talk to dogs, and run naked through the streets. Besides, drugs are bad, mmkay.) ... More >>