Today, the James Beard Foundation announced its Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists for 2020. While last year’s awards saw changes to address the gender and racial diversity of nominees and winners,
For almost a year, the City Council has warned major food delivery apps like Grubhub and Uber Eats that their business practices were hurting local restaurants in New York, and that legislation to regulate
An over-the-top Israeli gelato maker is headed uptown for its first U.S. location One of Israel’s most popular gelato and yogurt makers is planning to open its first U.S. outpost on the Upper East Side
As soon as I walk into Schaller & Weber, the little German grocery shop on East 86th Street, on a blustery day in January, I sense that something has changed. Until about four years ago, I regularly visited
Restaurant award season is back and things are getting underway with the James Beard Foundation announcing its semifinalists for this year’s annual food awards. Often called the Oscars of the food industry,
Located southernmost in the Bronx, hemmed in by the Harlem and East rivers, Mott Haven is a sprawling neighborhood with a diverse population — and perhaps accordingly, the food available there widely too.
Portale in Chelsea is as much an ode to Italy as it is a tableau of suburban riche, a place where stately gourmands in blazers enjoy mushy cod fritto misto while listening to U2’s City of Blinding Lights.