Be sure to check out Thalia Restaurant, as they also have $1 oyster nights!
We’ll be sure to report back with plenty of pics and our brutally honest review, as always
UPDATE: We had a feast! Check out the succulent 48hr boneless short rib above! PICS HERE
Ok, we’re done hibernating from the cold. It’s time to kick some ass in the kitchen again. Inspired by the Freestyle Cooking, the next i8 Supper Club will have no menu. Here’s to hoping you can join us! Click above to RSVP
UPDATE: We feasted and drank to our heart’s content. Check out the Pineapple Short Rib Shrimp Fried Rice above! PICS HERE
After taking over this meetup as Organizer with over 2500+ members, it is only fitting that we throw an ice breaker Pot Luck Dinner! Click above to join us!
It’s been too long since the last party. Long time no see. Let’s catch up with good beats and great company. Make new friends, reacquaint with old ones, go gangnam style or be a wallflower. It’s up to you, my lovelies. Just know that these parties are infamous for inadvertently hooking singles up. You know who you are.
It’s BYOB. A bottle of liquor gets you in. Into who or what, that’s up to you. Please leave the farm animals at home.
Drink responsibly. Or not, it’s your liver. Who cares, it’s the weekend.
See ya’ll there!
Starts: July 26 @ 8:30pm
Ends: July 27 @ 1:00am
Location: 57 Warren Street
New York, NY 10007
Don’t believe the hype. It’s a sequel. -Public Enemy
Hyped by many as the young Rick Bayless of the East Coast, Chef Alex Stupak left as pastry chef of wd-50 to open Empellon Taqueria in the West Village. A few years later, he opened to rave reviews of what many consider to be a Mexican crown jewel in the East Village. We’re talking about none other than Empellon Cocina, taco free edition. After numerous recommendations by friends, we finally caved and paid them a visit… Continue reading
Credit proprietor Jodi Richard for hand-picking Chef Matt Lightner for Atera, the former the Compose space at 77 Worth St in TriBeCa. Even more props for convincing him to come to NYC from Portland. This guy is the real deal, having worked at the highly revered Mugaritz, and it shows. When it comes to textures, temperature, and technique, the execution is practically flawless. None of the food is coerced or phony. Even their butter is intentional. The flavors? Well, read on…
It’s not often you find a restaurant group that excels at what they do. Let’s face it: fusion makes cuisine that much harder to pull off. From the same peeps that brought Greenwich Grill and Sushi Azabu spawns Ristorante Aglio. Where? On 277 Church Street. Yes, you read right. On a street riddled with misses [ahem, Stuzzicheria, Da Mikele, Kori, Matsugen (R.I.P.)], the odds are highly stacked against them. Primarily known for car traffic vs pedestrian traffic, you have to give people a reason to walk this street. How does Aglio rank?
Yes, it is that time again. This time 20 days of discounted menus for all you bargain hunters. Below are our recommendations which we hope will prove useful to you. Some restaurants did not post their RW menus, but such is life. Your mileage may vary in terms of Lunch/Dinner, so please check accordingly. We feel the selection is much thinner than years past, but I guess you can still save a bundle if hitting multiple venues. Oh yeah, don’t forget to redeem your $20 off by using your AMEX. You can register by clicking on the pic above. Feel like we left something out? Comment below.
Want to see the list? Click on, my friends…
Chef Chris Jaeckle vs Chef Lee Anne Wong Quickfire Challenge. It’s going to be EPIC!
Purchase your tickets here! (Referred by = Jeff)
|Thursday Sep.22nd (preliminaries)
City Meals on Wheels Charity Event with Gael Greene
Celebrity Chef Challenge & Forbidden City Feast Charity Event
|Friday Sep.23rd (finals)
|Finals of the Competition
7pm – 10pm
839 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10001
Glimpse the future of New York dining at our tasting gala and awards ceremony. Enjoy high-concept food from up-and-coming culinary stars from the top restaurants in and around town. All dishes are paired with ultra-premium wines selected by the Rising Star Sommelier.
Tickets: $150 per person; $200 VIP admission which includes private reception, tasting preview, Champagne and Petrossian caviar.
The Joy of Sake is the largest sake-tasting outside Japan, and has been held annually since 2001. It features premium sakes submitted as entries to the U.S. National Sake Appraisal, a rigorous blind tasting held every year with ten judges from Japan and the U.S.
This once-a-year event features the world’s finest sakes in peak condition and the best in traditional and contemporary Asian cuisine. Over 300 sakes will be available for tasting, along with appetizers presented by 12 of New York’s finest restaurants. BUY TIX
As we all know, Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue is home to numerous great restaurants and bars. With such a rich and varied selection, it can be tough to choose just one. Google Places wants to celebrate some of these local spots. Join us on September 15th, 6-8pm, for a Taste of Fifth Ave. Stop by the Google Places table at 269 Fifth Avenue (corner of 1st St. at TD Bank) where they’ll offer free tickets redeemable for a food or drink special at a participating business and hand out some Google swag. The first 150 customers will be eligible. Continue reading
Indoor and outdoor dining at 35 of Little Italy’s most famous Italian restaurants. More than 300 licensed street vendors selling international foods, official Feast of San Gennaro, New York City and Little Italy souvenirs.
“One of New York City’s major cultural attractions!”
“Fun for the entire family!”
“New York City’s biggest and most famous street party!”
“A celebration of the Patron Saint of Naples!”