We look at the bright (and tasty) side of staying at home in the city during the holiday season.
The veteran bartender hungers for the cocktail that is vegetal and food-based instead of sickly sweet.
The annual event sponsored by Slow Food NYC, will address the question: “Are good, clean and fair food and ag being Trumped?”
If Rooftop Reds were allowed to put “Brooklyn Bordeaux” on the label, they certainly would.
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce wants to make navigating nearby wineries easier for tourists and locals alike.
Their North 8th Street location is party in the front, fermentation in the back. See how they press New York–grown grapes in the middle of Williamsburg.
Learn more about how the food system will adapt to climate change in the not-at-all-distant future.
Hungry? Our events calendar is packed full of Edible events around the city, like this crazy delicious dessert popup where you can learn how to launch a food startup while enjoying cool treats like cherry pomegranate ice pops, black sesame ice cream, raspberry cilantro sorbet, and mango-laced soft serve–all to benefit Wellness in Schools. Here’s what else is happening this week.
Chefs for the Marcellus–a group of chefs concerned that hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) will damage our upstate farms, wineries and breweries–is hosting a fundraising dinner this Thursday at the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg.
We’re still coming down from our Eat Drink Local Week buzz (Without the ingredients of the week, what will we eat??) and reminiscing about our favorite events. For one of them–Meet Your Maker–we teamed up with the Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Winery and NY Distilling Co. for behind-the-scenes tours of their facilities and learned how some of our favorite local beer, wine and spirits are made.
It is very cool to see more and more natural-skewed wine shops popping up around Gotham, and one of the great, new entries into that wonderful world of pesticide kickin’, natural-yeast lovin’, environment coaxin’ versatile vinous offerings is Billyburg’s one and only Natural Wine Company at 211 North 11th Street. NWC is celebrating their First Year Anniversary tonight (woot-woot!), and in honor of this auspicious occasion are pouring some pretty fabulous and fun celebratory bottles.