Tucked away off Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, sits the tiniest nook of a deli, Mile End. Noah Bernamoff and Rae Cohen opened up this smoked-meat sandwhich shop in 2010, same year I moved to neighboring Cobble Hill, yet this is shamefully my first time dining there. I think I was turned off by …

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Every week, Brooklyn is flooded with 5000+ people a day, as they meander the aisles of food tents known as Smorgasburg in Williamsburg and Brooklyn Heights. From 11-6 on Saturdays and Sundays, you can choose from anywhere from 75-100 vendors that offer specialty honeys, teriaki balls, pizza, and everything else in between. I’m a veteran …

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Welcome to the first in my series New York Needs to Know. Having just had my 5 year New York-iversary, I have become privy to a few tips and tricks to make life here easier. In regular conversation, I can drop these suggestions or steer you in the right direction, whether it be where to …

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Much like prohibition-style speakeasies, the NY foodie scene is flush with private supper clubs and pop-up restaurants, and likely any major city you visit. Dinner Lab, the New Orleans born members-only roaming dinner series, started off when a group of friends couldn’t find a decent late night meal. Now in 34 cities, Dinner Lab is …
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Last night I was craving creamy pasta but I am a) watching my diet after July 4th debauchery and b) getting over the flu and so I have to steer clear of dairy. So I made this: Mock Alfredo with spaghetti squash. No butter no heavy cream just deliciousness! Part 1 – Spaghetti Squash My …

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