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Sushi Lab: Tiny Restaurant, Substantial Experience

Sushi Lab:  Tiny Restaurant, Substantial Experience

10 days ago   |   Honest Cooking

Just a half block away from the dazzling bustle of Times Square, nestled in a corner of a boutique hotel, hides a respite from the sensory overload just a few hundred feet...
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Jongro BBQ May Be Replacing Ittoku in Brighton

17 days ago   |   Boston Restaurant   |   2 articles

By Marc Hurwitz It looks like a new restaurant could be replacing a dining spot in Brighton that is known for its Japanese fare. According to a licensing board hearing page...
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Watch: This Sushi Chef Thinks Rice Is More Important Than Fish

Watch: This Sushi Chef Thinks Rice Is More Important Than Fish

23 days ago   |   Eater

The chef behind Portland, Oregon's Zilla Sake in Portland is on a never-ending quest for the perfect rice “Sushi chefs are basically professional rice makers in my humble...
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Holy Craft Brewery Opens First Taproom

2 monthes ago   |   Brewbound

SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco-based Holy Craft Brewery announced the opening of its first taproom, in the former home of Sip Bar & Lounge, located at the intersection of North...
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Bringing The Japanese Whisky Highball Home

Bringing The Japanese Whisky Highball Home

2 monthes ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

With just two ingredients-whisky and sparkling water-the Japanese highball seems like an almost effortless drink to make. Yet, despite its simplicity, it's surprisingly easy to...
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Everything That's Worth Drinking in Singapore, According to Employees Only's Igor Hadzismajlovic

Everything That's Worth Drinking in Singapore, According to Employees Only's Igor Hadzismajlovic

4 monthes ago   |   Vine Pair

Say the name “Employees Only” to a New Yorker, and watch their eyes light up. For more than a decade, the West Village bar and restaurant has been teaching hospitality...
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Crave - Mad for Chicken Plans to Open in Allston

5 monthes ago   |   Boston Restaurant

By Marc Hurwitz It looks like a Chinatown restaurant that features Korean fried chicken may be expanding to another part of Boston. According to a licensing board hearing page...
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American Saké Takes Flight

American Saké Takes Flight

5 monthes ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

A cup of saké at Brooklyn Kura. In its homeland of Japan, a river of saké has been flowing for near on 12 centuries, through uncountable millions of funerals, festivals and...
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Restaurant Chain Growth Report 08/07/18

Restaurant Chain Growth Report 08/07/18

7 monthes ago   |   Restaurant News

RestaurantData.com has released its latest Restaurant Chain Growth Report. Growing Concepts of Multi Unit Operators Concepts that have grown by at least 5% . Washington-based...
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Giardino's Italian Steak House and Sushi Bar Opens in Former Great Chow Space in Abington

7 monthes ago   |   Boston Restaurant   |   3 articles

By Marc Hurwitz A new restaurant with a rather eclectic menu has replaced a popular South Shore spot. According to a source , Giardino's Italian Steak House and Sushi Bar is...
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Italian Style Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington is a true delicacy often served on holidays and very special occasions that your dinner guests will find very impressive. Making a great Beef Wellington is... Read more ...

Chicken Liver Pate

Pâté sounds intimidating to make but this Chicken Liver Pâté recipe is simple and inexpensive yet has a magnificent flavor. This recipe combines the flavors of chicken livers... Read more ...

Tequila-Lime Marinated Angus Sirloin - Sound of Flavor

The Roasted Red Pepper Semolina Focaccia recipe in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking is packed full of flavor but still an easy bread to make at home. This Italian... Read more ...

The Differences Between Light and Dark Roast Coffee Are Complex, Chemical...

The Differences Between Light and Dark Roast Coffee Are Complex, Chemical, and Surprisingly Easy to Understand

“Roast can really make or break a coffee,” Sam Sabori, the national quality control and roasting manager for Intelligentsia Coffee, says. “Too light and you can get asparagus... Read more ...

Goldfinch

Goldfinch

1 oz Cocchi Americano 1 oz Fino Sherry 3/4 oz Lemon Juice 1/2 oz Simple Syrup 2 dash Orange Bitters Shake with ice, strain into a Collins glass with ice, top with soda water... Read more ...

Irish Ale Potato Cheddar Soup

Irish Ale Potato Cheddar Soup

This hearty, creamy Irish Ale Potato Cheddar Soup topped with crispy beer battered leeks is comfort food at its finest! Read more ...

Cenci, Fried Pastry Ribbons

Cenci, Fried Pastry Ribbons

These crunchy fried ribbons with a hint of orange zest and sweet wine, are covered with a thin layer of powdered sugar and are addicting! Read more ...

Simple Shrimp Linguine

Simple Shrimp Linguine

Shrimp, butter, pasta, white wine, and lots of garlic! The perfect dish to serve a picky crowd in just 20 minutes! Read more ...

Temptation

Temptation

1 jigger Rye Whiskey 2 dash Curaçao 2 dash Absinthe 2 dash Dubonnet 1 piece Orange Peel 1 piece Lemon Peel Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Two Saturdays ago, I... Read more ...

Say Hello to Summer - Corona's Fruity Spiked Malt Refrescas Are the Perfect...

Say Hello to Summer - Corona's Fruity Spiked Malt Refrescas Are the Perfect Poolside Drink

Corona is here to celebrate Summer a little early this year - but not with beer! Corona Refrescas are the alcohol brand's first nonbeer drink, packed with fruity flavors like... Read more ...

Smoke & Mirrors Mezcal Cocktail

Smoke & Mirrors Mezcal Cocktail

The heat of jalapeño makes the pineapple and ginger flavors pop in this mezcal cocktail. 1½ oz. mezcal ½ oz. orange liqueur 1 oz. fresh lime juice ½ oz. ginger syrup ½ oz... Read more ...

Drink of the Week: Tesselaarsdal Pinot Noir

Drink of the Week: Tesselaarsdal Pinot Noir

In our March/April 2019 Travel Issue , we interview sommelier and writer Peter Weltman about his new project, Borderless Wine , which aims to highlight under-the-radar wine... Read more ...

The past, present and future usages of head trained vines in Lodi

The past, present and future usages of head trained vines in Lodi

Classic 8-spur head trained vine in Burness Vineyard on the east side of Lodi's Mokelumne River AVA In the 1850s and 1860s, when pioneering growers first began planting wine... Read more ...