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Video: Joey Campanaro Remembers Lou Reed, A Regular At The Little Owl

He was one of NYC's biggest restaurant fans
Apr 16, 2014 9:00 am

“We don’t put on Pandora and let it play,” says Joe Campanaro. “The maître d looks around the room and gets a vibe.” And sometimes the maître d would look around the room and see rock royalty, which created a pretty unique vibe, as we find out.

The Riesling Road Trip Is Hitting Up The East Coast This May

There's a wine-dispensing truck involved. We're in.
Apr 14, 2014 4:00 pm

Few things are better than a 10-day road spring road trip. A 10-day spring road trip in a wine-dispensing truck, though, just may take the cake. Wines of Germany is hosting its second annual Riesling & Co. Road Trip this May, in collaboration with Paul Grieco from NYC’s Hearth and Terroir and wine author and expert Stuart Pigott. Read on.

16 Of The Country's Top Barbecue Masters Are Visiting NYC In June

Welcome back, Big Apple Barbecue Block Party!
Apr 11, 2014 1:00 pm

New York City will play host to some of the nation’s best barbecue at the annual Big Apple Barbecue Block Party the weekend of June 7-8. Taking place in Madison Square Park and neighboring streets, the two-day festival will feature 16 of the country’s top pitmasters from a a dozen states.

Video: Wylie Dufresne Starring In The Most Michelin-Starred Episode Of Punk’d Ever

This takes epic meal time to the next level
Apr 10, 2014 11:15 am

Yesterday the food media world was buzzing about the epic (and this is not one of those throw-away epics) surprise pop-up dinners held in New York City. Here are the basics: Wylie Dufresne is the much-loved chef-owner of wd~50, an 11-year-old pioneering restaurant on New York’s Lower East Side. He’s the friend of many. So many, in fact, that over 30 chefs flew in from around the world to surprise him with a tribute dinner. 

What I've Seen: Marc Murphy Reflects On 10 Years As A Restaurateur

Plus, ya know, he's a chef, Chopped judge, good guy
Apr 10, 2014 10:00 am

Marc Murphy has come a long way since he opened Landmarc in NYC's Tribeca 10 years ago. Here's Murphy on spotting critics, improvising dishes, feeling defeated and more...

Michael Psilakis Talks Evolution Of Stadium Food, Yankees Baseball

Greek chef has theories about America's pastime
Apr 4, 2014 12:00 pm
Photo: Morgan Ione

Greek chef Michael Psilakis is a passionate man. The former Food & Wine Best New Chef and Bon Appétit Chef of the Year is also quite the baseball fan, and it turns out he has quite a few theories on the evolution of the game.

5 Things We Learned At The Cherry Bombe Jubilee

An inaugural event celebrating women in food
Mar 31, 2014 12:00 pm

“I’m not good at doing what people want because I want to do things my way,” Oakland chef, Preeti Mistry, told the crowd at yesterday's inaugural Cherry Bombe Jubilee, a day of discussions featuring some of the biggest names in food. Chefs Anita Lo and April Bloomfield, media luminaries like Christine Muhlke and Ruth Reichl, and other joined Cherry Bombe, a biannual magazine about women and food at NYC’s High Line Hotel for a festive Sunday afternoon. Here are 5 things we learned from the women at the Jubilee.

NYC: Reports Of Little Italy's Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated. Or Have They?

Rising rents are displacing the red sauce legends
Mar 31, 2014 9:00 am

The New York Post is always good for a solid doomsday scenario, and in yesterday’s edition they dropped a story about how New York City’s iconic Little Italy neighborhood, once a 50-block expanse of markets, restaurants, offices and pizzerias, is currently on life support.  Could it be true?

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