It's the season of the cookbook for New York City restaurants. Everyone seems to be releasing a book of recipes and history, from the folks at Roberta's to Andy Ricker from Pok Pok. Here's a sampling:
DANIEL: My French Cuisine
By Daniel Boulud
The latest cookbook from French master chef Daniel Boulud comes out just in time to celebrate 20 years of Daniel, the flagship restaurant... » more
Pizza consistently ranks as the favorite food of many, many people. That must be due in part to the innumerable possibilities that pizza presents. The topping options are endless.
And some New York City pizzerias aren’t letting convention stop them when it comes to pizza. Toppings st these spots go far and beyond pepperoni and mushrooms.
For National Pizza Month, here are some favorites...
The... » more
This past weekend, the 6th annual Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival came to town. All over the city, hungry people, industry insiders, writers, chefs and New Yorkers came together to eat, drink and indulge.
amNewYork attended a few events and snapped pictures at each:
The Chef and the Doctor dinner, hosted by renowned chef David Bouley and the New York... » more
It took a while, but we finally have our smoke together here in the Big Apple.
For far too long, what passed as barbecue in NYC was steamed or grilled chicken and ribs in a cloyingly sweet sauce. The idea of actually smoking meat over wood and embracing a distinct regional style such as Texas, Kansas City, Tennessee, North or South Carolina was as distant and remote as those places themselves.... » more
Do you like to eat, drink and talk about food? Then get ready for the weekend to top all weekends. The Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival, presented by FOOD & WINE, is in its sixth year, and come next weekend, the city will be abuzz with chefs, food, dinners, panels and discussions. And to make it even better, 100% of the net proceeds benefit the Food Bank For New York City... » more
The Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival runs Oct. 17-20.
What can attendees expect at this year's Wine & Food Festival?
There's something for everyone's palate and budget -- whether you're into the larger tasting events, new food trends, intimate dinners and wine seminars, or great mixologists -- there's an event for you on this year's program. I think people... » more
In the past 10 years, eating in New York City has been marked by a rise in all forms of dining — from upscale haute cuisine to food trucks that sling everything from lobster rolls to artisan tacos to everything in between.
We’ve seen the rise of creative cuisine and “molecular gastronomy," and high levels of participation on the public’s part. Good food is everywhere: at music festivals,... » more
With Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently proclaiming this year's apple crop as the best it's been in years, we can't help but be jazzed about the crunchy autumnal fruit. And we're not alone. Here are our picks for the best ways to enjoy the fall favorite:
An apple-accented smoked salmon appetizer
At Domain NYC, a Modern American restaurant near Columbia University, two-time Michelin-starred executive... » more
Sixty-seven New York City restaurants made Michelin's 2014 restaurant guide yesterday, the most since 2005, when the French guide was first published in the city.
Only one that made the list last year climbed the ranks this year. Jungsik, a Korean restaurant in TriBeCa, earned two stars after receiving one last year.
To assess a restaurant, Michelin "inspectors" judge across... » more
When it comes to dining out, New Yorkers are getting a little help from their friends at Zagat.
While the city's top-rated restaurants have mostly remained the same from last year according to Zagat's just-released 2014 New York City restaurant guide, there are some surprises.
Le Bernadin retained its No. 1 in both the Food and Popularity categories in 2014.
But the movement of... » more