Helmed by true old-world artisans, L’Albero dei Gelati is the only international outpost of a storied gelateria in a tiny town outside Milan.
We’re not sure if it’s the proximity to Prospect Park or the area’s famously large number of small children, but Park Slope boasts some of the city’s best frozen desserts. Here’s our tour of the best.
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).
The newest taqueria on the block (specifically Union Street in Park Slope) is Taco Santo. They’ll be joining us at Good Spirits on February 13 in collaboration with Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur to serve lobster tacos and a thoughtfully paired cocktail.
Cultured dairy from upstate farms is still widely available around this time of year, and Park Slope’s aptly-named Culture yogurt shop has products that hit the spot.
I’ve had many firsts since I moved to New York, including what I consider to be my first real panettone. Albero dei Gelati invited me to their store in Park Slope last week to try their glowing variation of the holiday loaf.
Recently, when Stephen and I sought refuge from the frigid avenue in a dark-lacquered, high-backed booth at Talde in Park Slope, there were several clues we had come to the right place.
This teacher helps locavore home cooks tackle weekday meals.
At first glance you might think Valley Shepherd Creamery—the new cheese shop at Seventh Avenue and Third Street—is yet another boutique engineered to offer…
The anti-hunger advocate on how he slimmed down, why soda should remain in the Food Stamp Program and why you shouldn’t volunteer at a soup kitchen on Christmas.
This special cake lives on in secret recipes, Brooklynites’ memories and on social media.
A spate of startups pursue slow food over fast cash.