When it comes to culinary adventures, the art of pairing food and spirits can elevate the dining experience to new heights. Most people think of wine and food, but food and vodka pairing is just as refined.
With its clean and neutral taste, vodka presents an exciting canvas for gastronomic exploration, especially vodka that is GMO-free, sustainably made, and contains zero additives. From light bites to rich delicacies, contrasting flavors to refreshing zest, discovering the perfect companions for this beloved spirit will take you on a flavorful journey. Continue reading Sip and Savor: Pairing Vodka with Food→
A major perk of authoring this website is discovering fantastic, neighborhood-adjacent dining spots that I probably wouldn’t have walked by on my own. Located within a comfortable walking distance from the east village, but also technically midtown adjacent, GG Tokyo is a fun and cool spot for intimate dining and cocktails that I’m excited to have on my radar. Continue reading Restaurant Review: GG Tokyo Brings the Izakaya Vibe to Manhattan→
If you agree that the mood and comfort-level set by a restaurant’s decor is equally important as the food they serve, then you have to check out La Pulperia, a welcome addition to the many excellent dining options in Hell’s Kitchen. Opened in March of 2021, La Pulperia provides diners with fun, innovative Latin American cuisine and cocktails, showcasing renditions of familiar dishes infused with cross-cultural flair. Not only is the food delicious, but the interior design of the space will charm you and enhance your dining experience tremendously.
I’m back, Bitches. If you’ve been paying attention to my fabulous Instagram account (which you can follow now by clicking the link at the end this post (so you don’t keep missing out on all the goodies) then you are aware that for the past two weeks I’ve been on a cruise to Alaska, bookended by several days in the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada. Vacationing: I am doing it right. Click on the photo above to see some pics from my very fun visit to the Vancouver Aquarium, an extended post on which will be coming in the next couple of weeks or whenever I can get around to it.
Do you like Italian food? I sure do. Since my favorite neighborhood place closed before Covid, and Arthur Avenue is a long haul if you’re not already in the area, I’ve been looking for a restaurant that strikes the perfect balance of location, service, atmosphere and, of course, delicious food, to steal my heart away. Little did I suspect that I would discover a new favorite Italian place in the excellent Masseria dei Vini, conveniently located around the corner from my office. Win win! Continue reading Restaurant Review: Masseria dei Vini Fine Italian Dining→