White wine and seafood have become as synonymous as peanut butter and jelly or oreos and milk. But at Extra Fancy, they are making the case for beer with your favorite fish and crustaceans.
Last Friday, we traveled to the creative epicenter of Brooklyn’s food scene. We’ve written about this space before, but on the eve of its second birthday, we revisited the building to see how things have developed.
We could name several favorite drinks from Maison Premiere (especially the absinthe), but are particularly taken with their “Maltese Falcon.” To get a shot of the action along with the recipe, we reached out to their bar to show us how.
There’s nothing simpleton about Kari Morris’s simple syrups.
Absinthe and oysters, the old way.
Check out some of the photos from our feature on Maison Premiere that didn’t make the final print cut!
He’s changed the course of New York dining time and again, but 19 years ago when Andrew Tarlow decided to take a chance on Williamsburg, he didn’t start out with a game plan, let alone visions of an epicurean empire.
I’m ashamed to say I can’t remember the first meal I ate at Diner, but there have been plenty since that I’ll never forget.
On January 9th a fire ripped through Oslo Coffee Roaster’s Bedford Avenue location, destroying the space and the equipment. Now their friends at Blue Bottle Coffee are hosting a latte art throwdown to raise money for the folks at Oslo. Aw…it’s so sweet, right? One coffee roaster helping another.
After all the holiday feasting and feting, who couldn’t use a little pick-me-up to get through the work week? Here’s a cocktail from the folks at Kings County Distillery and Marlow & Sons restaurant in Williamsburg that’s just right for our we’d-rather-be-baking-cookies-than-sitting-at-this-desk mood.
Ahoy, Mateys! Saltie, the Williamsburg café known for spectacular sandwiches with nautical names and foods that rock the sweet/salty combo, has recently released a cookbook. Now you, dear reader, have a chance to get your hands on a copy, free of charge.
Brooklyn’s newest roaster knows where your cup really came from.