Heritage Farm at Snug Harbor is a rare thing within the five boroughs: a production-scale agricultural endeavor that even has a tractor.
A new pop-up restaurant in Prospect Heights aims to give emerging chefs a chance to be executive chef for a night.
If you joined us at Good Beer 2013 in July, you already know that the evening was a knockout. The room was packed with a sold-out crowd and over 60 of our favorite restaurant, food, and drink artisans, in addition to cider makers, spirit brands, and (of course) terrific breweries.
When we think about all the fantastic, frothy, hoppy goodness coming our way at the end of the month, we can barely stein it! We mean stand it! See? Beer on the brain.
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.
The Smith Street chef who blazed the trail to great cooking in Brooklyn.
We’re blessed by photo editor Michael Harlan Turkell’s picture prowess, but his culinary connections are just as much a marvel. Want to take him…
Brooklyn artisans are creating bitters that are joining cocktails worldwide.
How inadequate upstate infrastructure is hobbling local livestock.