Author: Jessica Goodman

  • Nick Fauchald Turns to Kickstarter to Fund Small-Format Cookbooks

    Tasting Table‘s former editor-in-chief, Nick Fauchald, turned to funded through Kickstarter to fund his new project, Short Stack, “a series of small-format cookbooks about inspiring ingredients, authored by America’s top culinary talents.” According to Fauchald’s description, these books will combine the personal connection of cookbooks with periodical quality of food magazines. The first three editions […]

  • Tavern29’s First Anniversary Open Bar; Try Delta Airlines Food for $4

    Wednesday, May 22 David Chang and Friends Momofuku chef and owner David Chang will take the stage at the New York Public Library on Wednesday at 7 p.m. for a discussion with Massimo Bottura and Daniel Patterson. Tickets are $25. 455 Fifth Avenue; 212-340-0833 Delta Airlines Pop-Up Delta Airlines has been celebrating its newly renovated […]

  • 5 Great Food Events This Weekend

    Friday, May 17 Sweet Leaf Tea’s Be Sweet New York Sweet Leaf Tea will unveil a bottle cap art installation on the High Line in Chelsea tonight. The event kicks off the company’s “Be Sweet Out There” campaign to inspire kind acts in New York City, and complimentary tea and entertainment will be given out. […]

  • GoogaMooga Countdown: Watch Northern Spy Food Co. and Landhaus Prep on Food.Curated

    With GoogaMooga just a day away, we’re savoring the videos Food.Curated created to preview what some of the participating restaurants will bring to this weekend’s food festival in Prospect Park. The whole series is worth a watch, though we’re partial to the above video, in which chef Hadley Schmitt from East Village kale haven Northern […]

  • GoogaMooga Participants: Reviewed

    This weekend’s GoogaMooga, the hyped-up food festival set to take over Prospect Park from Friday through Sunday, has a cast of 85 food vendors, 75 brewing companies, and 100 wines. But after last year’s debacle–Saturday was deemed “a mess” after food and drink ran out, cell service dropped out, and vegetarians left hungry–the folks at […]

  • Sietsema on Cole’s Greenwich Village; Rao on Alder

    This week Robert Sietsema reviewed Cole’s Greenwich Village, a West Village restaurant in a building “shaped like a wedge of brie,” while Tejal Rao took a crack at Alder, Wylie Dufresne’s new spot in the East Village. Sietsema begins with a history lesson: For 30 years this space hummed along as Café de Bruxelles, occupying […]

  • Today is Free Cone Day at Häagen-Dazs!

    Though the weather this week doesn’t really feel like summer, Häagen-Dazs is celebrating the warmer months with free cone day! All locations in New York (and across the country) will give out free ice cream cones from 4 to 8 p.m. today. By the way, if you choose to fill your free cone with a […]

  • Best Tweets about the Arrested Development Banana Stand, which is at Columbus Circle today

    Fans are loving the Arrested Development frozen banana stand that hit London last week and Radio City Music Hall yesterday. The stand will be at Columbus Circle from noon to 7 p.m. today, and Terry Crews, who has a cameo on the show’s third season, will make an appearance from noon to 1 p.m. Bluth-o-philes […]

  • Happening: Queens Taste and BBQ Blowout with Brooklyn Brewery

    Monday, May 13 Bourbon BBQ Dinner at Perilla Perilla is launching a series of Monday night bourbon-BBQ tastings that will run through the end of June. Tonight, the menu features Gouda hush puppies, Hampshire pork spare ribs, and buttermilk ramp biscuits. Call to make a reservation. Tastings are $50 a person, plus an additional $25 […]

  • Arrested Development’s Banana Stand Is at Radio City Music Hall Today!

    Arrested Development‘s frozen banana stand will makes its way from London to New York even faster than we thought! The Bluth family business announced last week that it will open shop on Monday, May 13 diagonally across from Radio City Music Hall from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. ] Stop by to get a free […]

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