What can be sweeter than bringing your own bottle on Sunday nights at the Leopard? Since opening in 2011 the Leopard (the former home of the iconic Cafe des Artistes) the restaurant has been a favorite with an assortment of discriminating NYC locals, especially wine lovers.
Recognizing this, the Leopard is now offering guests to bring their own bottle on Sunday, when corkage fee is waived. Executive Chef Vito Gnazzo and Chef de Cuisine Fausto Ferraresi will also be serving some traditional family sunday supper specials.
Chef Tim Maslow and his crew that hails from all the places you would have wanted them to cook at previously, are presenting a changing menu that delivers advanced imaginations and construction. On a recent evening we were served smoky oysters, fennel, orange, pistachio, and buttermilk. Textures, thoughtful ingredient prep, symbiotic flavors, and complete palate impressions delighted (as opposed to challenges) our senses and intellect.
Same with the mafalde pasta, ribiola due latte, shiitake …
…Ribelle , a relatively new restaurant in owned by Chef . He stated: " I ordered one dish after another, idiotically hoping the food would get better. " Locally, has garnered many raves and accolades for its cuisine. Boston Globe writer Devra First reviewed Ribelle, awarding it four stars, only the second restaurant she has awarded such a high rating. It was also selected as the 's Restaurant of the Year …
This April, guests will enjoy a taste of Southeast Asia with Chef Edlbauer's special three course menu of authentic Vietnamese fare. The dinner is $ 50 per person and includes an amuse bouche and three courses of fresh, seasonal Vietnamese cuisine. Dinner will be served at an intimate communal table, allowing guests to share this unique and tantalizing culinary experience with one another. The menu includes:
Chao Tom (shrimp, sugar cane, nuoc cham)
Chatty, funny, interested, gourmand, well drunk and ‘I don't do PR during harvest', Frédéric Panaïotis is the Chef de Cave of Ruinart. Seven years ago he started with Ruinart, before that twelve years at Veuve Clicquot, born and raised in Champagne, ‘my grandparents own a chardonnay vineyard', he gives off the sense he isn't going [...]
This week I was invited to an intimate tasting of German and Austrian wine hosted by Rudi Wiest Selection , the "leading importer of fine German wines in the market". The tasting was held at B Too , the latest restaurant from Chef Bart Vandaele ( Belga Café ) and featured wine from three young winemakers who have just ascended to the wine making thrones for their respective family operations: Johannes Hasselbach, Gunderloch in …
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…Spoke Wine Bar. As the name suggests, Spoke offers bespoke small plates, from Chef John DaSilva, in a casual speakeasy setting with an extensive organic wine list, handpicked from small wineries by the owner, Felisha Foster. This past weekend, I had the opportunity to speak with Foster about her impressive career, love of Boston, and of course, organic wine.
Falling into wine (her own words) fifteen years ago Foster has worked on the retail side, as a distributor and an importer, …
Last night was our foods that will never perish , just like your love for wine!'s inspired cooking class, appropriately titled, ‘ Bee Mine: Honey, I You'. The entire class was centered around one of our favorite flavors... honey! Honey is one of few
Lynfred Winery Chefsand Janaki Jitchotvisut went about coming up with a fun honey inspired menu and boy oh boy, did they deliver!
Chef Chris Smith
CIA Graduate. Pie Crust Wizard. Wicked Funny.