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Whether you're visiting from out of town or you're a born and bred New Yorker, hotels are always a good option for an all-in-one destination. As important as hotel bars and clubs are, the true quality of a hotel can be judged by the food it serves. This is one aspect of the hotel that most people will experience, and a great restaurant can significantly raise the reputation of the whole place. We've rounded up some of our favorite Downtown hotel restaurants to dine at. Click through to see our picks! More»
The Michelin Red Guide for New York City hotels and restaurants has selected an elite club of seven New York Restaurants who unwaveringly stand above the rest. The esteemed rankings concentrate on the quality, mastery of technique, personality and consistency of the food, not on things like interior décor, table setting, or service quality. According to the Michelin guide, three stars signify a restaurant with “exceptional cuisine and worth a special journey, often extremely expensive, and with an extensive wine list.” These seven restaurants and chefs represent the greatest masters of haute cuisine in the American breadbasket.
With so many high quality restaurants in New York (often with prices to match), it can be difficult to frequent them all. Fortunately, there are plenty of cookbooks available to make some of these rare dishes at home. Check out our list of cookbooks published by some of our favorite restaurants in New York. More»
Did you know that the ear tug is an urgent signal used other than behind home plate? The New York Times recently published an op-ed featuring the discrete lingo between the staff of Eleven Madison Park. We think the signal also could mean a few other things... More»
via guestofaguest.com Molecular Gastronomy is a technique employed by some of New York's trendiest restaurants using the chemical composition of foods and the body's reaction to these chemicals to make new and innovative combinations of ingredients. Some chefs actually hire scientists to help assemble the dishes at these unique restaurants, which often include unconventional combinations of ingredients and enigmatic cooking methods. This cutting-edge concept has started quite the worldwide craze... MORE>>>
Molecular Gastronomy, sounds like some horrible class you took in high school, right? It's actually a technique employed by some of New York's trendiest restaurants. It uses the chemical composition of foods and the body's reaction to these chemicals to make new and innovative combinations of ingredients. New to the idea? Make a reservation at any of these innovative restaurants, and make sure to keep an open mind. More»
Last night some 2000 chefs, foodies, and restaurant personalities gathered at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center for the James Beard Awards, aka The Food Oscars. We take a look at the NYC winners as well as where guests partied after the ceremony. More»
When heading to a derby party hosted by Esquire Magazine, Maker's Mark, and Eleven Madison Park, you're bound to encounter plenty of wingtips, rocks glasses, and passed hors d'oeuvres. If you're looking for an outfit, Erica Cerulo of limited-editions site Of a Kind has put together great outfit ideas to get you started! More»
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Last week was the third annual Craft Beer Week in NYC, aka seven days of lots and lots of beer. To close out the week, beer enthusiasts gathered for a Brewer's Bash at Eleven Madison Park. Two live bands, beer friendly bites, and, well, lots and lots of beer. Naturally. More»
Saturday, May 18
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.