“We are better,” Silvia Barban says of women chefs. “We have to be more tough.”
Get your red sauce, soppressata and cannoli fixes at these spots.
Get a big group together and make a reservation at Mile End, Kings County Imperial or others now. (In other words, the more people at the table, the more you can order.)
The legendary dark chocolate layer cake has become a hit the world over, with variations available far and wide. Here’s where to try it.
When people found out author Sri Rao had worked in Bollywood, they asked him for film recommendations and about Indian food simultaneously.
The new owners want to build a spot that is “of and for the neighborhood,” much like its beloved predecessor.
Twenty-seven years after the fall of communism, a generation of chefs is ready to show the world what Polish cuisine can be.
Whatever your edible (or otherwise) gift needs, there’s a market in either Brooklyn or Manhattan for you.
The concept began with demographic research to ensure they were being community and culturally responsive to the gentrifying area.
A Brooklyn ceramicist known for her jewelry has made a foray into housewares with a brilliant idea.
A neapolitan marshmallow that will take on the shape of an ice cream bar and a line of saucy truffles are in the works.
Chef Christina Lecki joined Reynard as executive chef in July with an ambitious goal: reduce the kitchen’s waste to zero.