Dining

Air France Parters with Chef Daniel Boulud

Air France Parters with Chef Daniel Boulud

TweetAir France partners with Chef Daniel Boulud, bringing Michelin-starred flavors to cruising altitudes. For one year starting today, Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud will be the creative culinary boss man of the Air France La Premiere (first class) and business class cabins. His food will be featured on long-haul flights from 11 North American cities, and will feature menus inclusive of ever... »

10 Middle Eastern Spices You Need to Know About Now

10 Middle Eastern Spices You Need to Know About Now

TweetChef and food writer, Yehudah Jacobs, walks us through the 10 Middle Eastern spices every American mouth should fall in love with now. There are a lot of spices out there, but as any good chef will tell you, it’s about quality and balance versus throwing tons of random flavors into the fire. Middle Eastern spices are exceptional when it comes to delivering crisp, precise flavor notes th... »

Finally, A Hotel with a Cold Brew Coffee Tap

Finally, A Hotel with a Cold Brew Coffee Tap

TweetIf you’re a fan of less acidic caffeine binges, you’ll be happy to know the Langham Place Hotel has a cold brew coffee tap to quench your ongoing thirst. The Langham Place Hotel, New York is officially the only hotel in New York City with Stumptown Cold Brew on tap– and that’s a big deal for fans of the more complex flavor notes, or those just in it for the healthier a... »

Falafel Balls: A Jerusalem Love Story

Falafel Balls: A Jerusalem Love Story

TweetCan falafel, Israel’s fast food, be luxurious? It can in Jerusalem. Summer has officially arrived in Jerusalem. Tis the season when Israel’s capital fills up with tourists and locals eager to explore Jerusalem’s rich history and impressive innovation. Obviously, with touring comes hunger. In Jerusalem craving that hunger means munching on falafel balls– solo, in pita, or on platters. Je... »

Shake Shack for Dogs: It’s a Thing

Shake Shack for Dogs: It’s a Thing

TweetThere’s a menu item that translates the popular love of Shake Shack for dogs. Get ready to pee on something with happiness if you’re a fan with a pup. Shake Shack is the New York area’s equivalent of cheap burger heaven. New locations tend to create mass positive hysteria, so imagine what this info will do to the people? There’s a secret menu item for DOGS. The ‘... »

Mandatory Prix-Fix Menus Dampen Romance

Mandatory Prix-Fix Menus Dampen Romance

TweetMandatory prix-fix menus and other annoyances were found to significantly dampen the romantic mood of Valentine’s Day, according to survey results. NoWait, the mobile waitlisting app for anti-reservation, casual-dining restaurants, polled more than 150,000 restaurant-goers who want to avoid lines on the popular heartfelt holiday. What they found was that not-surprisingly, lines and forc... »

Top 7 Vegan Friendly U.S. Cities

TweetSee which seven cities have been rated the most vegan friendly in America. These cities, which are classified as “vegan friendly,” not only have populous vegan communities, but the most variety in vegan dining options. Have you visited or lived in one of these vegan havens, yet? Check out the slideshow below. 1. Austin, Texas Austin has been rated on several websites, including th... »

hamster bartender

Introducing the Japanese Hamster Bartender

TweetThis Japanese hamster bartender serves up miniature sushi and sake. Fucking Japan, #amiright? This little dude is named Ginja. He is a hamster that serves miniature refreshments made of plastic. He is also the head of social media of a Japanese restaurant in Yachiyo, and regularly tweets out these photos doing random bartender things, all in the name of promoting the bar where he lives. This ... »

Paris Best: Ethnic Food

TweetIf you want to take a break from all the steak frites and duck confits you’ve been downing in Paris, then consider trying these five ethnic restaurants around the city. From Middle-Eastern street food to Korean barbecue lunches, these five dining experiences will spice up your trip — and satisfy your palate with these Paris Best ethnic foods: L’As du Fallafel L’As du F... »

A Vegan’s Guide to Paris

TweetA handy guide for vegans in Paris (good for general veggie lovers, too). Below are seven city spots for juices, veggie platters, dairy-free desserts and more:   Bob’s Juice Bar Bob’s Juice Bar is the very first place in Paris to serve organic cold-pressed juices– the epicenter of social happenings for vegans in Paris. Founded by New York native Marc Grossman, Bob’... »

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