In our current issue, Rachel Wharton takes us inside Weather Up in Prospect Heights, where the lights are low and the cocktails are carefully crafted little treasures in a glass. Read the story for more on this gin-soaked romantic joint.
Kathryn Weartherup’s charming Prospect Heights endeavor.
New York’s only all-from-scratch ice cream shop was unprepared for its customers’ enthusiasm.
The Smith Street chef who blazed the trail to great cooking in Brooklyn.
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.
A Prospect Heights high school teaches recent immigrants from 50 countries. Once a year, they share tastes of home.
Devour an egg cream. History (and your tastebuds) will thank you.
Of Brooklyn’s three craft breweries—Williamsburg’s mighty Brooklyn Brewery, the pint-size Kelso in Clinton Hill and Red Hook’s quirky Sixpoint—the last one best embodies this…
As Brillat-Savarin once almost said, our magazines are what we eat. That is, our pages chronicle the very things our savvy staff savors all…
It’s not just about the pie.
How Brooklyn’s seemingly eponymous restaurants came by their monikers.
Of all the schemes launched after a night spent drinking, Jordan Silbert’s might be the most edible. Silbert, who lives in Prospect Heights, is…