Food & Drink / New York

Brooklyn Eats Celebrates the Artisan Food Scene

For those who missed it, “Brooklyn Eats,” Brooklyn’s first food and beverage trade show, just held in South Williamsburg pretty much had it all: fame (rock-star chocolatier and Brooklyn patriot Jacques Torres pumping the BK economy), history (Edible Brooklyn editor Stephen Munshin reminding everyone that the BK food scene barely existed in 2006, the year …

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Food & Drink / New York

NYC Museums Take an Interest in the Local Food Movement: NY Historical Society, Museum of Natural History, NYPL

In May, the Historical Society launched a Taste of New York History, its collection of specialty foods by local producers. The line includes city farmer’s market mainstays like Anarchy in a Jar, Hot Bread Kitchen, Liddabit Sweets, Mast Brothers Chocolate, Morris Kitchen, Sfoglini Pasta and The Good Batch. The culinary offerings are complemented by local …

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Events / New York

Your Week Untapped: Best NYC Events for June 3-9

MONDAY, JUNE 3: Join Bryant Park for the 2nd annual epic game of musical chairs, featuring the park’s iconic green bistro chair. Prizes for last chair standing. Winner will take home a pair of Southwest airline tickets and an iconic Bryant Park chair! 7pm at Bryant Park. Pre-registration is required. Sign up here. You must …

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Barcelona / Food & Drink

The Creative Universe of Ferran Adrià­  

The “Ferran Adrià­   and elBulli. Risk, Freedom and Creativity”  exhibition at the Palau Robert in Barcelona unveils the creative universe and talent of Ferran Adrià­  , the late 20th and early 21st centuries’ most influential chef, as well as the comprehensive capacity to innovate that he has applied to gastronomy with his work at elBulli restaurant.

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