Stephanie Sica

Easy & Delicious Mac & Cheese Recipe by Alice’s Arbor (Video)

We’ve been hearing the term “farm to table” thrown around excessively as of late, but regardless of the overuse, we’re big believers in the concept. And Alice’s Arbor in Clinton […]

Perfected Roast Chicken, Outdoor Seating, and Amazing Italian @ Barbuto

When on the hunt for al fresco dining in the quant streets between the Meatpacking District and West Village, your options are basically endless. Simple and unassuming, Barbuto is an almost-hidden […]

‘Tender’ is the Tinder for Food

Let’s be real, food is the true love of my life — forever and always. And I know I’m not alone. Now we can score an amazing meal as opposed to an awkward date via […]

Slow Food Event at The East Pole, July 27th

On the evening of July 27th, from 7:00 to 9:00pm, Slow Food NYC is hosting their monthly Happy Hour at The East Pole. Though housed in a historic brownstone in […]

Belgian Independence Day July 21st, Beer and Waffles at Clinton Hall

Duvel USA, Brewery Ommegang and Clinton Hall invite you to celebrate Belgian Independence Day tomorrow from 6:00 – 11:00pm with authentic brews and free waffles. You can be one of the only people […]

This Seaweed Tastes Like Bacon?

Researchers at the Oregon State University have discovered and patented a type of seaweed that tastes like bacon… Say what!? Dulse is a highly nutritious seaweed strain that grows along the […]

95-Year-Old Lobster Spared by Long Island Restaurant

Stephen Jordan, of Jordan Lobster Farms in Island Park on Long Island, couldn’t believe his eyes when a 23-pound lobster arrived in a shipment to his restaurant this week. The […]

Caviar Happy Hour at Petrossian NYC This Friday

National Caviar Day (July 18th) is like Christmas in July for the Petrossian’s — one of New York’s nearly-royal families and the world’s largest purveyors of caviar. And this year, they’re […]

Unveiling: Shake Shack Chicken Sandwich

After the opening of David Chang’s ‘fast food’ joint, Fuku (serving up some serious spicy chicken sandwiches) and the plotting of a massive Chick-fil-A in Manhattan, there’s emerged a new player. Shake Shack’s introducing a chicken sammy of […]

The Keurig of Cocktails

Just as the Keurig enables us to roll out of bed and click to brew a cup of coffee in the morning, this new appliance will allow us to come home from work and […]

Holographic Ads in our Grocery Stores

We’ve officially entered the future. Mondelez, the global snacks division of Kraft Foods Inc., unveiled the first-ever holographic display ads in a grocery store this week. The new displays are the […]

It’s Official, Whole Foods is Ripping You Off

It’s lunchtime. You’re hungry. You want (hell, need) food right now. Logically, you venture to the local Whole Foods, dodge through the throngs of people inside, pay no mind to the […]

Feds Seize $12 Million of Cocaine …Stuffed Inside Shrimp

A delivery of 268 kilos of frozen cocaine-stuffed crustaceans arrived at the Red Hook Terminal from Guyana on Monday. Talk about a ‘seafood special’. The street value of these shrimps was estimated at […]

Ben & Jerry’s Renames Ice Cream to Celebrate Gay Marriage Legalization

“No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family,” Justice Anthony M. Kennedy declared for the majority in the […]

40th Anniversary Queen “Bohemian” Lager

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of their enormous hit “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Queen is officially launching their own beer brand. Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? No, […]

Guinness Nitro IPA Officially Coming Stateside

Guinness is turning over a new leaf (or, maybe four) as they announce the introduction of Guinness Nitro IPA to the US of A. The Ireland-based brewery is best known […]

The Only 3 Beers Invented in America

Of all the boat-loads of beers lining shelves and filling taps at Americas many bars, only 3 styles were born-and-bred in the USA. All the rest have European roots. Steam Beer, […]

Italy Dishes Up the World’s Longest Pizza

Leave it to the Italians to create a record-breaking pizza. Viva Italia! The theme for Expo Milano 2015 is “Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life.”  Seems like Italy took that rather literally. The […]

What is the Bourbon and Bacon Fest?

Only four fortunate cities in our great nation were graced with the first-annual Bourbon and Bacon Festival, but we’ve got the dish on what went down. The four-city tour started […]

New Beer-Based Beauty Products for Men

Men, the time has come, there’s now a brew for your hairdo. Denmark-brewed Carlsberg beer dominates 8% of the global beer market and they’re branching out into beauty products. Hear […]

You Can Now Get Rosé On-Demand

Rosé on-demand. Need I say more. If you’re fortunate enough to attend the Cannes Lions creative festival next week (June 22-25th) in France, and a fan of rosé — and honestly, […]

Did You Know There Are Different Bourbon Yeasts?

We’re kind of on a bourbon kick, but really — who isn’t. “The billion-dollar bourbon boom” of 2014 proves it. Backtrack a decade and you’d find a suffering American whisky industry. Fast-forward […]

Momofuku Opens “Fast-Food” Concept with Spicy Chicken Sandwiches

Another unveiling of altered identities this week — here’s the Caitlyn Jenner of the restaurant industry. David Chang, the mastermind behind Momofuku, Inc. is finally unveiling Fuku. After six, intense months […]

Snoop Dogg vs. Pabst Brewing Co.

This is the ultimate college party culture conflict: Snoop Dogg versus Pabst Brewing Company. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Snoop filed a lawsuit against Pabst (producers of Pabst Blue Ribbon and Colt 45) […]