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Since 1988, Taste of the Nation has been New York’s premiere tasting event, with 100% of ticket proceeds going to benefit the charity Share Our Strength, working to end childhood hunger in America. Over 70 of the city's best restaurants and bars travelled down to Soho to set up shop at 82 Mercer and feed the best-dressed foodies of Manhattan. The 2013 line up included Momofuku Ssam Bar, Gramercy Tavern, Ai Fiori, Aldea, Red Rooster, The Marrow, The Meatball Shop, PDT, Pegu Club, Booker & Dax, The Dead Rabbit, Pouring Ribbons, and more. Fortunately, even if you weren't able to make it, we attended this year's event and intend to spill the secrets with you. We've rounded up our top ten favorite bites, in case you don't have time to hit all 70 restaurants.
In the gorgeous Soho loft, 82 Mercer, on Friday, April 26th, Taste of the Nation is back. This is the premier tasting event in New York, with over 70 top restaurants and cocktail dens participating. 100% of the ticket sales benefit Share Our Strength, which helps fight childhood hunger in America. Some of the tastes you will get to sample are from Gramercy Tavern, Aldea, Ai Fiori, Red Rooster, The Marrow, The Meatball Shop, PDT, Pegu Club, Booker and Dax, The Dead Rabbit, Employees Only and more! More»
There's no denying that the official draw of New York Fashion Week is getting to see the new collections and shows, but unofficially, we know that no Fashion Week would be complete without the parties. The past seven days proved to be no exception, as our favorite designers and A-listers celebrated everywhere from Bow to No. 8. Click through to see where else the fashion set partied this week. These hot spots are sure to be your go-to venues this spring.
Psssst... Want to impress your dinner date this fall? NYC restaurants are dishing up some seriously secret eats with these these "off-the-menu" dishes. Here are 6 secret dishes worth checking out.
It can be a struggle to decide where to take out-of-town visitors out to eat in the city. The key components include: an energetic vibe (but not too loud), delicious food (but not too pricey), and excellent service (but not too snobby). Whether you’re dining with your parents, in-laws, grandparents, or cousins, these 10 restaurants fit the bill and are sure to impress your guests. More»
Last night in NYC, Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber stepped out together for Chanel's Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner, Rihanna, Hillary Clinton, and Jeremy Lin were among the many stars honored at the Time's 100 Most Influential People Gala, Greta Gerwig attended the after party for Lola Versus, The Big Pink rock out at the Electric Room, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about throwing down with the most influential people in the world! More»
The reincarnation of Studio 54, Jay-Z hits up the 40/40 Club, Red Egg got raided, Debbie Harry hosts a party, the Giants get rowdy, Super Linda's opening and much more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
The New York Post reported yesterday that on Sunday night, the most coveted table at Nick and Toni's in East Hampton was not occupied by Paul McCartney, Nancy Shevell, Steve Buscemi, Anne Hearst, Jay McInerney or Danny Meyer, who were all there dining, but instead but a group of unidentified hotties. The Post described them as, "an attractive trio of 20-somethings, a sylph-like blond and two buff men." A random group of beautiful twenty-somethings got the coveted table over Sir Paul!? They must've been smokin hot and really important right? Apparently not, because the hostess didn't even know who they were but simply seated them there because they were so gorgeous. If only Derek Zoolander could see them now. [Photo via] More»
New York's Restaurant Week Summer 2011 is almost here! It start July 11 and goes on until July 24. Save your money for the booze since you only have to pay $24.07 for lunch and $35 for dinner. Check out our recommendations and leave us comments on your favorites! More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.