Entrance to The Elm; Bar/Dining area; Part of our table setting; Amuse Bouche: Olive financier
I’ve been a fan of Chef Paul Liebrandt’s elegant, modern, envelope-pushing food for a while now. I’ve eaten at his now closed 2* Michelin restaurant Corton a few times (my most epic, humbling experience was the 20-plus [...]
O Milk is an all natural, Brooklyn-based nut milk company that creates really delicious nut milks started and run by a husband and wife, Greg and Julie Van Ullen.
I took a liking for nut milks when I did try juice cleansing earlier this year. As it’s creamy, rich and a [...]
Hawker Bar exterior, back garden & menus
Hawker Bar focuses on foods from Southeast Asia, with an emphasis on street food like skewers of chicken hearts dunked in sake and soy sauce. This space used to be the Sunburnt Calf, where many locals adored this bar to have a drink and conversation [...]
Ample Hills Creamery: Exterior; At the counter; Stacks of ice cream cones and organic toppings
Last weekend, my friend and I headed to Ample Hills Creamery in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn before we we had dinner at Kiwiana since we had time to kill before our meal after making our trek from Manhattan.
Interior of Kiwiana and Apertif of New Zealand Rosé
This weekend a friend and I headed to Kiwiana for dinner. I admit I’m not sure what is New Zealand cuisine but I could generalize for the most part that it’s locally and seasonally driven cuisine but it’s primarily British influenced due to [...]
Table setting, pouring wine
This past Friday, I was invited to Chef Michael Patlazhan‘s Supper Club that took place at [...]
Exterior of Peter Luger and at the bar
The past weekend, my family and I headed to Peter Luger Steakhouse to celebrate my dad’s birthday. This venerated steakhouse located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (the original location) opened in 1887 (126 years and counting) that tends to garner a lot of praise from most [...]
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 [...]