Interior: Part of the bar and the main dining room
This past weekend, I went with my family to the hipster neighborhood of Williamsbug, Brooklyn to Gwynett St for my mother’s birthday.
I know it seems strange that I picked this venue generally since Williamsburg usually appeal to young adults around [...]
SCRATCHbread’s side exterior and the menus at their takeout window
SCRATCHbread is a brand that I’ve been aware of over the past two years, thanks to the great video my friend Liza of Food. Curated. created. Eventually, I met Matt at a few local food events over the years, ate his delicious [...]
At Le Fooding’s entrance and the lengthy line
For its fourth year, upstart French culinary group Le Fooding* used Brooklyn as its muse for their five-day long dinners and brunches, taking along the young modern chefs of the United Kingdom and France to cook.
Of their numerous events, I’ve attended their Campfire [...]
Chió’s Exterior, Main dining room interior, Garden area, and the menus
Chió (pronounced kee-OH) is located on the Waterfront District of Brooklyn that mainly focuses on rustic Italian fare, opened in August 2012. Unlike most restaurants, co-owner Chef Alex McWilliams created a menu that has hints of proteins (meats and fish) rather [...]
In case you haven’t read around the Internet by now, The Great Googa Mooga occurred this weekend.
Admittedly, I didn’t stay long enough on the first day (Saturday, May 19th). I was there for an hour or so and had a not-so-good time because of mainly really poor cell phone reception (obviously, this was not [...]
The Next Big Small Brand 2012 at BAM
The 3rd Annual The Next Big Small Brand was held at a larger venue at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) this past Tuesday. This year’s theme was New York vs. San Francisco, where three small businesses from each city held their own perspective [...]
Burning in the hot sun; Views of Downtown Manhattan & Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridge
Yesterday at Meatopia 2011, was literally the hottest event I’ve ever attended. Temperatures in New York City was in the high 90s, feeling like 100 and being surrounded with the attendees and have burning coals and smokers nearby [...]
Apologies for the extended delay on updating this blog. I’m packing up my bags to get ready for Paris next week and I’m busy with work and eating out a few more places before I jet out from New York City. I’m sorry, my readers.
They’re setting up
Back on April 30th, [...]