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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NYC Approves Prescriptions of Fruits and Vegetables to Obese or Overweight New Yorkers

NYC Approves Prescriptions of Fruits and Vegetables to Obese or Overweight New Yorkers

Image via Shutterstock It looks like there's more to that old adage "An apple a day..." than previously thought. New York City health officials recently approved the Fruit and…

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Green-Roofed Ample Hills Kiosk Scoops Up Local Ice Cream at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Green-Roofed Ample Hills Kiosk Scoops Up Local Ice Cream at Brooklyn Bridge Park

The Ample Hills Creamery outpost is located at Pier 5 of Brooklyn Bridge Park, right between the beach volleyball courts and picnic/BBQ area. The ice cream is handcrafted right in…

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Breadbox Cafe Boasts a Facade of 1,600 Rolling Pins in Long Island City, Queens (PHOTOS)

Breadbox Cafe Boasts a Facade of 1,600 Rolling Pins in Long Island City, Queens (PHOTOS)

Located in Long Island City, Queens, the Breadbox Cafe occupies an old Esso Standard Oil mechanic's garage from the 1950s. Today the eatery serves up carbs instead of servicing…

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6 Hot Ways to Stay Cool in NYC

6 Hot Ways to Stay Cool in NYC

PLAN AN INDOOR PICNIC Skip lunch at your desk and head to one of the city’s many public atriums for an afternoon chow down with friends or co-workers. New York is home to dozens of…

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The Taco Truck Serves Up Tasty Organic Mexican Goodness On-the-Go

The Taco Truck Serves Up Tasty Organic Mexican Goodness On-the-Go

The Taco Truck chain was born in Hoboken, NJ and combines delectable organic Mexican food with environmentally-friendly design.  Their tasty tortas and tacos can be enjoyed from one…

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Crispy Whole Grasshoppers to Be Served in Guacamole at NYC Mexican Restaurant

Crispy Whole Grasshoppers to Be Served in Guacamole at NYC Mexican Restaurant

Back in May, the United Nations suggested that people introduce insects into their daily diets as a viable source of protein - and one Upper East Side restaurant is doing just that with…

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South Bronx Mobile Food Market Will Be a Farmers Market on Wheels!

South Bronx Mobile Food Market Will Be a Farmers Market on Wheels!

The South Bronx is prepping for a new kind of farmers market that will bring healthy, affordable food to as many as 300 people per week, and get this—it’s on wheels! The new South…

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Red Hook Housing Project’s New Urban Farm Grows Fresh Produce and Jobs for the Community

Red Hook Housing Project’s New Urban Farm Grows Fresh Produce and Jobs for the Community

Urban farms have been popping up on NYC rooftops, corner lots, and schools, and now they’ll be finding new homes on the grounds of select New York housing projects. City officials…

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Mayor Bloomberg Set to Announce All-Borough Composting Program in NYC

Mayor Bloomberg Set to Announce All-Borough Composting Program in NYC

NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is planning to announce a citywide composting plan that would divert 100,000 tons of food scraps from landfills annually. Tested through a spring pilot…

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6 Ways to Spend Father's Day with Your Dad in NYC

6 Ways to Spend Father's Day with Your Dad in NYC

Whether your father is a bonafide foodie or just a guy who enjoys getting his eat on, he'll find tons to tickle his palate at this Sunday's Food Truck Rally in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.…

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Black Tree Serves Up Yummy Sandwiches in a Cozy Reclaimed Interior on the Lower East Side

Black Tree Serves Up Yummy Sandwiches in a Cozy Reclaimed Interior on the Lower East Side

Black Tree’s cozy interior is chock full of history. The tables, chairs, stools and bar were made by Brooklyn Reclamation out of wood salvaged from a bowling alley built in the 1920s…

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Drive Change Food Truck Helps Former Youth Inmates Serve Sustainable Food

Drive Change Food Truck Helps Former Youth Inmates Serve Sustainable Food

New York-based start up Drive Change offers formerly incarcerated youngsters the opportunity to serve up locally-sourced food with a side of social justice. With the already competitive…

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