High on our list of participating bars include Rouge Tomate Chelsea, Pondicheri, Olmsted, Butter & Scotch, Slowly Shirley and Montana’s Trail House.
There will be specials from October 20th through 26th at a bunch of the borough’s best spots.
Whole Foods, Stinky Bklyn, Greene Grape, R&D Foods and Bklyn Larder share how to get—and keep—your product on their shelves.
The team invested in state-of-the-art equipment and converted one of three tunnels into a licensed New York State dairy plant and soon Crown Finish Caves was open for business.
Her tea is already available at Saraghina Brooklyn, Stinky BKLYN and Nextdoorganics, but she needs your help to expand.
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.
Last Wednesday we kicked off the summer season with a taste of Long Island in the heart of downtown Brooklyn at Brooklyn Uncorked. Wine sippers and food noshers descended on the spectacular Skylight One Hanson (aka the former Williamsburg Savings Bank), where we raised our glass (many times) to celebrate 40 years of Long Island wine making.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this Passover Nosh and Stroll tour of the old Jewish Lower East Side. Here’s what’s happening this week.
With our new subscriber benefits program, now is the perfect time to introduce someone you love to the Edible community.
Last week local cheesemongers, milk purveyors, ice cream makers and butter churners took over the giant white space–fitting for a dairy-filled evening–at The Openhouse Gallery in Soho. From the sweet to the savory, the endless samples reminded us why we love all things dairy.
Our sold-out sixth annual local wine tasting in downtown Brooklyn promises to be bigger and better than ever. Lucky for you, VIP passes–the first we’ve ever offered–are still available at Thrillist.
Perhaps next week’s Good Dairy event should’ve been called Excellent Dairy. Judging by the lineup of decadent dairy and delightful drinks our vendors will be serving on April 25th, it looks like we’re in for a fabulous evening. And what could be more appropriate for our nightlong ode to dairy than the big, white space at the Openhouse Gallery on Mott Street in Nolita?