Category Archives: Food & Drink
The 15th annual WhiskyFest will hit New York City October 26 – 27. The Marriott Marquis Times Square will be hosting the event, that will feature a selection of more than 250 whiskies from around the world. Whisky enthusiasts will be treated to some of the rarest and most expensive whiskies you can find.
The 86th Annual Feast of San Gennaro will take place this year from September 13-23. Little Italy in Lower Manhattan will be transformed into a giant feast of Italian cuisine that includes, religious processions, colorful parade, free musical entertainment, and a world-famous Cannoli eating competition.
New York City Restaurant Week is back for another summer of delicious cuisine. The event will run from July 16 to August 10. Now’s the time to enjoy some of the city’s finest restaurants at a discount price. Over 300 participating restaurants will be offering either a three-course lunch for $24.07 and/or three-course dinners for $35. Restaurant Week is a great time to try out new restaurants and to take advantage of world class dining on a budget. The official list of New York City Restaurant Week participants can be found at NYC Go.
The Big Apple Barbecue Block Party will celebrate their 10th anniversary this year and from June 9-10, meat lovers from all over the city will flock to Madison Square Park for the annual event. Some of the nation’s top pit masters will be in attendance along with chef’s from local spots that include, Hill Country, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que and Blue Smoke.
Make Mother’s Day 2012 in NYC a special day of celebration for all moms. Planning for the big day should include making reservations at one of NYC’s top restaurants. Treat your mother to prix fixe brunch or dinner and give her a day to remember. A great way to spend the afternoon or evening is on a trip around the island on World Yacht cruises.
The LUCKYRICE Festival is a gastronomic celebration of Asian culinary culture that showcases the love of fine food and drink. Entering into it’s third year in New York City, the festival will put on a number of events that include, the Grand Feast, Night Market, Opening Cocktails, Dinner Parties and numerous tasting events that are held by some of the top chef’s in Asian cuisine.
Every third Sunday from April to October in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, over a dozen of the top New York City food truck vendors will set up to feed hungry customers. Head over to Grand Army Plaza for the opportunity to try some of the popular eateries that include, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Kimchi Taco,Coolhaus, and the Rickshaw Dumpling Truck.
New York City’s German population has been steadily growing over the years. If you ask a German what they miss the most about home, they will probably say, “the bread”. Like most things in New York City, if you look for it, you will find it.
There will be a number of restaurants throughout the city that will be offering a prix-fixe menu for Easter brunch and dinner. Check out the Easter menu’s and make a reservation today from restaurants such as Benjamins Steak House, Lupa, Maze, The Sea Grill, Tribeca Grill and The View Restaurant and Lounge in the New York Marriott Marquis.
Dine In Brooklyn Restaurant Week will take place this year March 19-29. There will be over 200 participating restaurants that will be serving all types of cuisine that include, Italian, French, Caribbean, Japanese and more… There will be three-course lunches for $20.12 and dinners for $25. Some restaurants also offer “two for the price of one” meals. Make a reservation and enjoy dining in Brooklyn!