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Don the finest dress that you don't mind getting soaked in frigid icewater and suck down some Consomme Olga!
Ever wonder what it would be like to eat the last dinner served on the Titanic? Well, you don't have to wonder anymore! Just be prepared to spend some dough.
Hops lovers, take note. The first ever NYC Craft Beer Festival, featuring 75 breweries, is March 3rd!
The No. 7 crew are at it again. While the charming Fort Greene restaurant remains a one-off, the team continues to push their sandwich spin-off No. 7 Sub.
Whole hogs ahoy at the Lighthouse in Chelsea Piers!
Prepare for the beefiest, beaniest night of your life.
Air your Grievances while licking a Festivus Miracle Cone at the store's end-of-year celebration (with proceeds going to New York Cares).
Like crabs and deals? Sure you do! Well, pull out your calendar, we've got a crab deal for you.
On Wednesday night Nueske’s, the beloved smoked meats purveyor, will be taking over Bark Hot Dogs for a five-course tasting menu paired with various Sixpoint beers, including a new beer that hasn't been released yet.
"Ever since the first lonely Jew ordered Chinese takeout on Christmas, there has been an undeniable bond between Jews and Asians."
You can have a fancy champagne brunch atop the historic 5 Beekman building... but it'll cost you around 200 bucks.
Dan Ross-Leutwyler of Fatty 'Cue, Jake Dickson of Dicksons Farmstand Meats, Hugues Dufour of M.Wells Diner, and Tom Mylan of The Meat Hook discuss the salughterhouse documentary "A Son's Sacrifice."
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