Brooklyn chef Dale Talde (of Talde, Thistle Hill Tavern and Pork Slope) was born to Filipino parents and is organizing a major fundraising event to be held on December 4 to raise money for Typhoon Haiyan relief.
What happens when three veterans of the fine dining industry venture into the world of…drunk food? That’s the big question at Taquitoria, a late-night shop that opened its doors this summer on NYC’s Lower East Side. A collaboration between three individuals from Restaurant Marc Forgione, the mini restaurant serves variations of just one item: taquitos. Read on.
Wednesday specials from NYC, San Francisco, Chicago
Nov 20, 2013 4:00 pm
Every Wednesday, Food Republic’s new column “Would You Like to Hear About Our Specials?” highlights the nightly special dishes offered at popular restaurants from around the country. This week, we take a look at some of New York City’s hotspots, as well as a few places in San Francisco and Chicago.
Kicking off this Wednesday night, the Chicago Food Film Festival will allow guests a multi-sensory experience. As in, there will be tastings of the food after a film's screening. In addition to the 30+ screened food films, five events will feature some of the best food that the city has to offer. All the information you need, after the jump.
Travel guidebook publisher Lonely Planet has released A Fork in The Road — a collection of 34 original stories that show how travel, food and eating combine to shape and inspire our lives. Here is the entry from Alan Richman, a long-time food writer who has won 11 James Beard journalism awards for restaurant reviewing, most recently at GQ. He frequently angers people, but never before have they been Egyptians.
There’s no better remedy for uninspired mealtimes than getting out of the cubicle and into a trendy food festival. This week’s events celebrate wine, art, chocolate, music and basically all else that is good in the world. Hit St. Pete & The Bay Festival of Food, Wine and the Arts, Music To Your Mouth, the Savannah Food & Wine Festival and much more — check out some of the best food events this week.
Food, beer highlight inaugural Las Vegas festivity
Nov 14, 2013 4:01 pm
The days of suffering through bad food and cheap beer at music festivals are slowly but surely becoming a thing of the past. Simon Ford was in Las Vegas for the inaugural Life is Beautiful event, a festival dedicated to music, food, art and learning. Here's what he found.
Food Republic is debuting a new column titled “Would You Like to Hear About Our Specials?” Every Wednesday, we’ll highlight the nightly special dishes offered at popular restaurants from around the country. In our inaugural feature, we take a look at tonight’s specials from a few New York City hotspots.