High on our list of participating bars include Rouge Tomate Chelsea, Pondicheri, Olmsted, Butter & Scotch, Slowly Shirley and Montana’s Trail House.
It’s not just the big brands who want to undo its youthful missteps and drunken pirate associations, but some of the city’s best bartenders.
Both events look to be as surprising and wide-reaching as the book itself.
You’ll be able to taste fresh cacao fruit, nibs and finished chocolate.
Chef Simone Tong will be serving rice noodles in Williamsburg in advance of opening her East Village restaurant next month.
“I’m inspired by the people who come in the door and get me out of my own head for a bit.”
The Puerto Rico native has been bartending for nearly 20 years.
The married couple bridges the gap between comfort food and fine dining.
The couple didn’t intend to work together at the restaurant, but it’s worked out beautifully.
And a pisco expert.
Her bar, Le Boudoir, is inspired by Marie Antoinette.
The event brings together educators, policy makers and funders to share knowledge about farming and gardening education in New York City.