Food Fetes

The Brooklyn Brewery Mash To Hit New Orleans

The food, beer and arts fest travels to N'Awlins
Feb 22, 2013 12:01 pm

Last week, we told you about Brooklyn Brewery's new national food meets beer (and art, music, film and books) tour, the Brooklyn Brewery Mash. The 11-city, yearlong festival kicks off on March 6th in Austin, and will end in Miami on December 15. Yesterday came news of the tour's second stop, in one of our favorite eating and drinking towns, New Orleans! Info after the jump...

Cool Festival Alert: Introducing The Brooklyn Brewery Mash

Bringing Brooklyn attitude, and beer, to 11 cities
Feb 7, 2013 5:01 pm

This morning Brooklyn Brewery announced an 11-city festival called the Brooklyn Brewery Mash. Each stop will include a lineup of parties, concerts, private dinners and readings, all “featuring humanity’s favorite beverage, beer,” according to a news release. Not going to fight that.

Le Fooding Brooklyn Fling? Mais Oui!

The French food fest hits the borough next month
Aug 28, 2012 9:04 am

It's time for another Le Fooding event in the states. This time, the French rock star chef/cool music mash-up takes to Brooklyn for a series of dinners, experiences and mayhem. Oh, and tickets go on sale TODAY! More info plus some awesome illustrations, right this way...

NYC: Wellness In The Schools Annual Benefit

A charity benefit with epic food and drink
May 23, 2012 3:31 pm

Last night we attended the annual Wellness In The Schools Benefit at the Tribeca Rooftop in New York City. See who turned up, with plates and plates of carpaccio de buey. Read on.

Eat Outstanding In The Field

Farm-to-table dining, coming to a farm near you
Mar 13, 2012 3:31 pm

Outstanding In the Field is a nationwide series of dinners hosted by favorite local chefs, enjoyed in a natural, historic or other best possible setting for celebrating the bounty of the host city's regional farms. Food Republic has even been to one right in our neck of the woods (literally), The only downside: tickets sell out fast. And we mean fast. So when they go on sale next week, act accordingly. 

Beaver Creek Food & Wine Fest Wrap-Up

Eating, Drinking and Skiing with chefs in Colorado
Jan 30, 2012 12:01 pm
Tim Love photo

There are several hundred people recovering from a weekend of too much booze, rich foods and over-exerted, rarely used, muscles. Actually, there are probably several hundred thousand, if not millions, of people suffering this same plight in America today, for a variety of reasons. But I am referring specifically to the lucky ones who attended the Beaver Creek Food & Wine weekend in Colorado.

Austin Food & Wine Fest Tickets On Sale

Texas's burgeoning food city gets a new April fest
Jan 24, 2012 10:31 am

Ever had a breakfast taco in Austin? Or an enchilada? Or a brisket sandwich? Or a basket of salty tortilla chips with spicy guacamole and a big-ass margarita to wash it all down? Ah, then you know that Austin is one of the best cities in America for Tex-Mex, barbecue and more. 

Brady Lowe is High On The Hog

Cochon 555 founder expands his tour in 2012
Jan 17, 2012 10:01 am

A little over a year go, the great inventor of culinary vocabulary Josh Ozersky coined the term lardcore to describe the balls-out cooking taking place in Southern kitchens — where locally raised animal fat is treasured like uni and methodically worked into something mind-bendingly creative. And delicious.

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