There will be specials from October 20th through 26th at a bunch of the borough’s best spots.
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce wants to make navigating nearby wineries easier for tourists and locals alike.
Each shareholder receives six to seven whole sashimi-grade fillets of wild Alaskan sockeye caught by Christopher and his family.
Thanks to a happy accident of the neighborhood kind, the Daily Show editor-turned-distiller found he has much passion for grapes as he does for grains and other spirit sources.
With Brooklyn Uncorked mere days away (woo hoo!), I’m finding myself unendingly thirsty for local grapes. Over some Long Island fluke I’d picked up at the Southold Fish Market on my way back to NYC, I popped a Macari 2012 Sauvignon Blanc, which was great with my butter-seared fish with its crazy, straight-back notes of zingy lime, grapefruit, and tart apples.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like today’s grand reopenings of the Red Hook Winery, Red Hook Lobster Pound and Fairway Market. Here’s what’s happening this week.
How can something so delicate and nuanced bear such a revolting image?
Wild sockeye salmon may not technically be in our foodshed, but thanks to the salmon CSA from Iliamna Fish Company in Alaska — the project…
Vineyards in Brooklyn’s backyard have bottles to pair with whatever you’re sinking your steak knife into.
A winery in Red Hook—yes, Red Hook—proves you can make it anywhere.