We spoke with Tarlow and Fidanza on the eve of their anniversary, meditating on many years past, and those hopefully yet to come.
The married couple bridges the gap between comfort food and fine dining.
Blow-out parties, refined French fare and more ways to say good-bye.
Inspired by the city’s flavors, All-You-Can-Eat Press designs easily-digestible maps for food lovers.
This week, join them as they release a new issue, discuss their upcoming cookbook, share publishing insights and—of course—party.
From biscuits so good they’ll make you think you’ve teleported south of the Mason Dixon to a classic slice, here’s where our editors and writers might be found on any give late night.
It’s hard to say which shots from 2013 were our photo editor’s favorites. All the same, consider the following to be just a few of our highlights.
He’s changed the course of New York dining time and again, but 19 years ago when Andrew Tarlow decided to take a chance on Williamsburg, he didn’t start out with a game plan, let alone visions of an epicurean empire.
I’m ashamed to say I can’t remember the first meal I ate at Diner, but there have been plenty since that I’ll never forget.
Behind the scenes at Williamsburg’s Roebling Tea Room.
While mastering the art of turning carcasses into cuts, this butcher shop courted locals at the same time as picking up city chef clients.
Like skinny jeans and TOMS shoes, horchata is hot. The ageold pearl-hued beverage-rice, roots or nuts soaked in water or milk, then sweetened, spiced…