We know your time is precious. From local wine tastings to ice cream shop tarot card readings, here are our editors’ and writers’ picks for upcoming events that are worth it.
You don’t know how to choose an event among all the amazing upcoming ones in the calendar? Here are our editors’ favorite ones.
A collection of food lovers-turned-entrepreneurs gathered at the Northside Innovation Food Sustainability talk last Tuesday at the Brooklyn Brewery for an evening of conversation as part of the lead up to the larger festival next month.
Michael Pollan would have loved it.
Queens has quietly exploded into the beeriest borough of New York City. Starting tomorrow, Queens Beer Week will be a ten-day exploration and appreciation of the borough’s thriving beerbounty.
In New York, we have reason to celebrate more than just local food. Our state is home to some of the country’s premier wine producers.
New York is awash with festivals showcasing its top professional chefs but this weekend, a competition in Gowanus celebrated the city’s best home cooks.
Armed with note pads, questions and a dream, an audience of interested Edible readers descended on the Brooklyn Brewery for our most recent event: “How To Build a Business in the Food World.”
Lovers of all things heat joined for a spirited lecture on everything from sweet pimento heat, up to the ghost pepper mutants (mostly cultivated for shock value and Youtube views).
Right in time for V-Day, we hosted some of our favorite dessert experts to join Edible readers at the Brooklyn Brewery for a night of demos, discussions and tastings.
This past weekend, dozens of kitchen creatives jumped at the chance to prove their cookie recipe was the best by taking part in “The Takedown” at Brooklyn’s Bell House.
The weather was unexpectedly, bitterly cold, but that didn’t stop our guests from coming out to the Brooklyn Brewery to check out the locally crafted goods at our first ever chefware expo.