Food

The Autopsy of a Dead Food Trend

The Autopsy of a Dead Food Trend

By ALANA AL-HATLANI A stream of Park Slope families, girls with selfie sticks, and man buns with skateboards trickle into Prospect Park at 11a.m. on a Sunday—a congregation of urban foodies on their way to a fast-food ‘service.’ Everyone stakes their claim at a handful of benches or optimal shady […]

 
 

Fully Booked: Managing Both a Restaurant and GPA

Fully Booked: Managing Both a Restaurant and GPA

By ALANA AL-HATLANI At Hakkasan in Times Square, a heavy steel door opens to an electric blue bar right out of “Bladerunner.”  The upscale Cantonese restaurant has the familiar wood paneling of a Dim Sum spot, but much like the food, a refined edge. This is Arnold Byun’s classroom with […]

 
 

Fermentation: Coming to a Kitchen Near You

Fermentation: Coming to a Kitchen Near You

By ALANA AL-HATLANI The Sunrise Market, hidden on the second floor of a non-descript building in the East Village, is packed on a Sunday morning. A steady buzz of afternoon shoppers crowd the tight aisles lined with shelves displaying imported Asian foods. Many of the imports are fermented products, whose […]

 
 

Amp Up NYC Family Dining

Amp Up NYC Family Dining

By JENNA JARDINE Dining in the city with kids can be daunting. No matter if you’re a family of tourists, exhausted after a long day of sightseeing, or a family of New Yorkers, trying to break out of your normal routine, it can be tough to find a place with […]

 
 

Not So Seamless

Not So Seamless

By ALANA AL-HATLANI  Seamless delivers restaurant-quality food without the hassle.  No shopping, no cooking, no standing in line for takeout or a seat.  But in less than the two hours it takes to decide what to order and waiting for delivery, you can have the same meal at home and […]

 
 

5 Recipes You Must Try Before #Avocadogate

5 Recipes You Must Try Before #Avocadogate

By AMANDA REGALADO  With the Trump administration threatening to institute a 20% tariff on all Mexican goods, Millennials are crying out, “#avocadogate!”

 
 

What Drunk Millennials Eat

By DANIELLE STROLIA  

 
 

9 Reasons Why You Eat Like a Millennial

9 Reasons Why You Eat Like a Millennial

By KATHRYN JONES 1. You tell your friends you know how to cook but in reality, you can only make the simple stuff: A GENYU survey on cooking ability revealed that 52 percent of millennials know how to cook at least one dish, excluding microwavable meals. Jenna McMarrow, 22, cooks […]

 
 

The Modern Speakeasy Reveals the Secret to Drawing Millennials

The popular Beauty and Essex restaurant that looks like a pawn shop from the exterior.

By EMILY WOOD Speakeasy style restaurants and bars are cropping up from Chinatown, to the Upper East Side, to Brooklyn. A quick Google search reveals a host of 1920s-inspired establishments in the heart of the city—Apothéke, Sons of Essex, The Richardson, Bathtub Gin, among others. What makes them so popular […]