The “Asian in America” VR dinner series debuted last week in Brooklyn and will now had to other cities including San Francisco, L.A. and Seattle.
A part of Edible History’s longer series “Dinners of the Past,” a feast drew inspiration from Judy Chicago’s now-iconic installation The Dinner Party, which is on permanent view at the Brooklyn Museum.
This week, drink rosé on a rooftop, go see some cheese art, check out our favorite recent Prospect Heights opening and more.
This week, we’re hanging with José Andrés at Food Loves Tech, celebrating the return of seasonal farmers markets, going to a pop-up dinner in Prospect Park and more.
Where you should go according to three Greenpoint experts.
This week, goats arrive in Prospect Park, we continue the hunt for our next digital strategy editor, MOFAD talks Caribbean food in Central Brooklyn and more.
The event series kicks off in Crown Heights on Thursday, May 5 with a discussion about Central Brooklyn’s Caribbean culture.
He brought plenty of nitrogen, balloons, Teddy Grahams, raspberries, heavy cream—standard mise en place for a kitchen magician.
This week, learn how to eat cheese, hone your cooking knowledge with some of the country’s most talented chefs and more.
Learn how to break down a whole pig, take a beer-fueled cruise around the New York Harbor, taste cheese and local spirit pairings and more.
This interactive discussion of military food will be led by Anastacia Marx de Salcedo, author of Combat-Ready Kitchen: How the U.S. Military Shapes the Way You Eat.
The new location is within a fork’s throw of McCarren Park.