Ramona Cocktail Bar Uses Reclaimed Atlantic City Boardwalk Wood to Line Its Cozy Interior

Ramona Cocktail Bar Uses Reclaimed Atlantic City Boardwalk Wood to Line Its Cozy Interior

Ramona is a collaboration between specialty cocktail goods company City of Daughters' Jay Schneider and Natalka Burian and Jay's brother Scott. The trio called upon interior design firm…

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Villard Michel Richard Marries Fine Dining with Modern Whimsy Inside the Historic New York Palace Hotel

Villard Michel Richard Marries Fine Dining with Modern Whimsy Inside the Historic New York Palace Hotel

The challenge faced by Jeffrey Beers was to update the three rooms in the New York Palace Hotel in a way that would be compelling to modern diners without removing or altering the 19th…

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten to Open Vegan

Jean-Georges Vongerichten to Open Vegan "ABC Home Grown" Restaurant in 2014

Jean-Georges Veganrichten? NYC veggie-lovers are overjoyed at news that celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is planning to launch a new vegetarian and vegan restaurant this year.…

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Tavern on the Green Slated to Reopen This Month with Local Food-Filled Menu

Tavern on the Green Slated to Reopen This Month with Local Food-Filled Menu

The long-awaited resurrection of New York’s historic Tavern on the Green restaurant is slated to make its big debut later this month. The reconstructed Central Park gem, which is now…

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SNEAK PEEK: Dirck the Norseman Transforms an Old Bag Factory into Brooklyn's First Brewpub

SNEAK PEEK: Dirck the Norseman Transforms an Old Bag Factory into Brooklyn's First Brewpub

What proper brewpub would be complete without lamps made of old kegs? Raven, a beer veteran who got his start two decades ago selling beer for Brooklyn Brewery, chose the old plastic…

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PHOTOS: 7 Delightful

PHOTOS: 7 Delightful "Quintessential New York" Gingerbread Scenes Pop Up at Le Parker Meridien

The 2013 Gingerbread Extravaganza will be on display at Le Parker Meridien's 56th Street atrium until January 6th, 2014. All of the scenes were made by local bakeries and restaurants…

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Get Your Local Holiday Shopping Done at Greenpoint's Trippy Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Get Your Local Holiday Shopping Done at Greenpoint's Trippy Brooklyn Night Bazaar

The Brooklyn Night Bazaar has been around for several years now, but recently moved to a new location at 165 Banker Street in Greenpoint. Inside, the 23,000 former bakery warehouse…

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New "Snow Day" Maple Syrup-Themed Food Truck Will Provide Jobs to Formerly Incarcerated Youth

Drive Change was founded by social entrepreneur Annie Bickerton and Jordyn Lexton, a teacher who saw a need for change after teaching at Rikers Island for three years. Lexton explained…

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Massive Village of 160 Gingerbread Houses Pops Up at the NY Hall of Science

Massive Village of 160 Gingerbread Houses Pops Up at the NY Hall of Science

Lovitch has been making his sweet architectural treats in his Bronx apartment since February, using over 2,200 pounds of icing, 400 pounds of candy and 400 pounds of gingerbread dough.…

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NYC Food Waste Challenge Announces 2,500 Tons of Trash Diverted from Landfills

NYC Food Waste Challenge Announces 2,500 Tons of Trash Diverted from Landfills

Mayor Bloomberg's NYC Food Waste Challenge reached a major milestone recently with the announcement that the city diverted over 2,500 tons of food from landfills in the past six…

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Roof Farm-Topped Gowanus Whole Foods Set to Open in December

Roof Farm-Topped Gowanus Whole Foods Set to Open in December

Whole Foods has announced that it will be opening its long-awaited Gowanus store on December 17th this year. In addition to putting the usual organic and artisan products on it shelves,…

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Good Eggs: New Home Food Delivery Service Offers Local and Sustainable Fare at Fair Prices

Good Eggs: New Home Food Delivery Service Offers Local and Sustainable Fare at Fair Prices

Eating healthfully, locally and sustainably is a goal that many Brooklynites aspire to, but many of us are restricted by our wallets and busy lives. The beauty of Good Eggs is that for…

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GrowNYC Farmers Market Pops Up in the Middle of JFK Airport JetBlue Terminal

GrowNYC Farmers Market Pops Up in the Middle of JFK Airport JetBlue Terminal

Last month, travelers leaving out of JetBlue’s Terminal 5 at JFK airport were treated to the opportunity to shop for farm-fresh fruits and veggies right before their flights. The…

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Starbucks Bets on Tea, Opens Teavana Tea Bar in New York City

Starbucks Bets on Tea, Opens Teavana Tea Bar in New York City

The charcoal effect of the store's wood was achieved right in NYC, and Liz Muller, Director of Starbucks' global concept design even helped out in the process herself. Starbucks,…

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New Article Highlights New York City's Terrifying Potential for Sudden Food Shortages

New Article Highlights New York City's Terrifying Potential for Sudden Food Shortages

When Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast of the U.S. last year, it did more than just flood streets and knock out power. In its wake, the superstorm also revealed terrifying deficiencies…

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New Taste NY Shop Filled with New York-Made Food, Beer and Wine Coming to Grand Central Terminal

New Taste NY Shop Filled with New York-Made Food, Beer and Wine Coming to Grand Central Terminal

Looking to grab the perfect gift or a quick bite on your commute home? A new Taste NY location coming to Grand Central Terminal will make it even easier for New Yorkers to purchase…

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These Chickens Eat More Food from Four-Star NYC Restaurants Than You Do

These Chickens Eat More Food from Four-Star NYC Restaurants Than You Do

Photo via Shutterstock If you've been saving your pennies for a chance to dine at Per Se, Daniel or Gramercy Tavern, it might be disheartening to learn that a group of NYC chickens…

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23,000 sq. ft. Greenpoint Bakery to Become Permanent Home of Brooklyn Night Bazaar Asian-Style Market

23,000 sq. ft. Greenpoint Bakery to Become Permanent Home of Brooklyn Night Bazaar Asian-Style Market

Construction at the new space is already under way. Brooklyn Night Bazaar was founded by Aaron Broudo and Belvy Klein in 2011, and has been calling a Williamsburg warehouse its home…

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The Hester Street Fair Finds an Indoor Home at the New Museum (and it Opens Today!)

The Hester Street Fair Finds an Indoor Home at the New Museum (and it Opens Today!)

We’re big fans of the Hester Street Fair, so we were absolutely ecstatic to hear that it's found a new indoor home at The New Museum. Rechristened the Hester Street Café, the indoor…

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National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival Serves Up Vegetarian Alternative Wings for First Time Ever

National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival Serves Up Vegetarian Alternative Wings for First Time Ever

The National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival in Buffalo, New York is usually only known for two things: copious amounts of chicken wings (forty tons!) and blue cheese dressing. But…

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HONEY FEST 2013 Invites New Yorkers to Sample 100% Local NYC Honey

HONEY FEST 2013 Invites New Yorkers to Sample 100% Local NYC Honey

Exciting news for beelovers - Brooklyn Grange and Rockaway eatery Rippers are joining forces to throw the third annual NYC Honey Fest on September 7th! This super-sweet event is a…

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VIDEO: Would You Eat a Cricket Canape? New Yorkers Devour Chirp-Worthy Delights at the Future Food Salon

VIDEO: Would You Eat a Cricket Canape? New Yorkers Devour Chirp-Worthy Delights at the Future Food Salon

Cricket cuisine seems to be trending these days, and we've seen plenty of people debuting their newly minted edible insect farms across the web. With people lining up for hours to get…

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6 Easy Eco Escapes From New York City

6 Easy Eco Escapes From New York City

Buttermilk Spa There are plenty of spas you could visit in the city, but walking out into the muggy, crowded city streets after your massage is a bit of a relaxation buzz-kill. At the…

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NYC Soda Ban Found

NYC Soda Ban Found "Arbitrary and Capricious" by Supreme Court Appellate Division

Image via Shutterstock New Yorkers can drink as much soda as they want after the Supreme Court's Appellate Division ruled in favor of a lower court that dismissed Mayor Michael…

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Shark Fin Sales to Be Banned in New York Starting in 2014

Shark Fin Sales to Be Banned in New York Starting in 2014

There's little debate that cutting the fins off of living sharks and selling them as food is cruel and inhumane, but the state of New York is finally acknowledging its disapproval of…

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