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Official Unofficial NYC Brewery Tour: Breweries of Industry City

For the next stop on the Official Unofficial NYC Brewery Tour, we head a few blocks down from Five Borough Brewing Co. to Industry City. On the sixth floor of one of the reclaimed industrial buildings is a unique space that holds not one but two breweries and a distillery. The Wartega brewery, Industry City… Continue reading Official Unofficial NYC Brewery Tour: Breweries of Industry City

Adventures · New York · Restaurants · Review

Restaurant Review: Nix

For the fabulous Sarah’s birthday, we indulged by going to dinner at the vegetarian restaurant Nix. And even without any meat, it was seriously rich and indulgent! I started out the meal with a surprisingly savory cocktail. I tried the Baja, which is mango, paprika, tequila, and lime. It tasted like a margarita with a nice… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Nix

Adventures · New York · Restaurants · Review

Restaurtant Review: Colador Cafe

Off the Bedford-Nostrad G stop is a delicious café, restaurant, and bar called the Colador. You can catch a Mets game there, grab a bite, or sip one of their beers on tap. One things I really love about the Colador is that they always have a very unique selection of drafts. Gabe, of the band Trash Gendar, (above)… Continue reading Restaurtant Review: Colador Cafe

Adventures · Cooking · New York · Restaurants · Review

Greenpoint Bites: Baoburg

New to the neighborhood, but not to NYC, is Chef Suchanan Aksornnan’s Baoburg.  Recently named one of New York’s most badass female chefs by Thrillist, the creations at Baoburg live up to the hype. I stopped by late on a recent week night, and the tiny restaurant was pretty packed. The décor is cute and charming, very… Continue reading Greenpoint Bites: Baoburg

Adventures · Cooking · New York · Restaurants · Review

Adventures in New York: Chinese Dry Pot

As a fan of hot pot, I knew I had to try Chinese dry pot! The new East Village/Alphabet City restaurant Mala Project serves just that. But what exactly is dry pot? A Sichuanese specialty, this dish is like hot pot but served dry sans soup.  Dinners select 4-10 different ingredients from meat to veggies to… Continue reading Adventures in New York: Chinese Dry Pot