We're glad the brunt of this snowstorm missed us, but there's no avoiding the cold this week. Warm up your appetite with a few events.
At Gazala Place, Nice Matin, Gottino, and a host of other NYC restaurants
Photo courtesy Craig HopsonCraig Hopson will make you pasta primavera...if you ask nicelyIn New York City, restaurants come and go on a near daily basis. So when a restaurant stands the test of time, it's clearly doing something right. Le Cirque is one such example, so we got in touch with ... More >>
First course: An amuse of broiled rabbit hearts with garlic and olive oil On Friday evening the Organ Meat Society met to celebrate the 14th anniversary of the organization.
Dive into the comparative culinary wonderland! For two railroad terminals only two-thirds of a mile apart as the crow flies, the chow couldn't be more different. Penn Station is awash in cheesy fast-food, and the rancid smell fills your nostrils as you run for the train. By contrast, the cu ... More >>
Orlando has more McDonald's, Burger Kings, KFCs, and other fast-food restaurants per 100,000 residents than any other city in the country. [LA Times] Homes for the Homeless has launched the new Milk From the Heart initiative that will distribute free fresh milk to needy families. [PR Newswir ... More >>
The bavette cacio e pepe is killer at Lupa. When Lupa opened on October 1, 1999, it was the third restaurant for Mario Batali, and the second he'd started with partner Joseph Bastianich, following closely on the heels of Babbo. But Lupa was different.
www.drvino.comThis self-serve wine-vending machine has been installed in eight supermarkets in France. Dr. Vino reports that French supermarkets have begun selling jug-quality wine from 500- and 1,000-liter kegs, using a nifty machine that allows you to fill up your own bottles.
Some wine shops go crazy with the signage, as with this European vineyard vehicle parked in front of the Seaport's Pasanella & Son. But will it make our top 10? What does Fork in the Road look for in a wine store? A broad selection of wines, from France, Italy, Spain, and California; smaller ... More >>
Dug days ago in Umbria, this imported black truffle may not be as expensive as you think. If you're one of those people who dislike the hideous truffle oil, and spend much of the year crying into your glass of vino nobile de montepulciano that you can't get a taste of truffles except once i ... More >>
More than just panini and prosciutto, but less than we might have hoped
Masterpiece Theater HBO stylestar-studded entertainment that's supposedly good for you
Whistling and walking away with a ham in Central Italy
Fighting and Food Where Hannibal Rode
George Russell Goes for the Modes
Rachel Stearns, Senior, Interior Design, Parsons School of Design
Artists vs. Workers vs. Landlords on the Brooklyn Waterfront