Eleven Madison Park: Exterior, Roses, Interior
It’s almost a year since I’ve been to Eleven Madison Park.
How quickly time flies.
Eleven Madison Park: The Cookbook
It’s interesting how a year can change someone or something a lot. Even for this restaurant. In case you haven’t heard or read, [...]
Tribeca Grill (exterior), Inside the private dining room; Laurent Drohin of Joseph Drohin’s family & menu
Last night I was invited to a Rue La La dinner partnered with Tribeca Grill featuring Joseph Drouhin wines from Burgundy, France. Laurent Drouhin, the great grandson of Joseph Drouhin joined the festivities for educating us [...]
Spiked Lunch at Philip’s Seafood
The Spiked Lunch event that was part of the Annual Atlantic City Food & Wine Festival 2011 took place at the Phillip’s Seafood Restaurant at Caesar’s Palace.
I was relatively surprised as to the format of this event. Instead of it being buffet style with a raw [...]
I’ve been invited to a press party with Esquire at Pier 9 and 9 Restaurant this past Thursday. (It’s pretty interesting that I had a chance to mingle with the well-dressed people of Esquire.)
These two restaurants are under the helm of one chef (and partner) Eric Hara. Despite they [...]
This year for me, was pretty fun and a whirlwind in itself from going back to graduate school, vacation to Paris for the first time, and still manage to eat. A lot. This is looking at 2010 in the rear view mirror at what meals (overall) and food-related experiences that resonated me to this day.
If you would like to read about the farm tour (with the adorable farm animals) I had prior to this dinner, please go back or click here. This dinner took place back on November 5th, 2010.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns
After watching the adorable, fluffy sheep grazing and chickens running around [...]
Several weeks ago, I asked my family if they would like to go out eating at Sesonal, the 1* Michelin-rated, Austrian restaurant that’s located in Midtown West. Everyone except my father could attend and we set the date back last Saturday. My reasoning was the fact there aren’t that many restaurants in Manhattan that serves [...]
The evening of the epic chocolate tour and pastry tasting, HC and I had early dinner reservations to Fogón. My dining plans in Paris were essentially trying to get a taste of everything and I hoped to get my lips around some good, creative Spanish food. Granted, we’re not in Barcelona [...]
As a born and bred native New Yorker, I don’t exactly understand the concept of brunch. Brunch to me is basically another way to sneak in more alcohol into your system even though you had your fill of poison the night (or two, if you started on Friday) before and eat [...]