For Pooja Bavishi, entrepreneurship runs in the family. Her father is an independent businessman in the textile industry, and her mother has worked alongside him for as long as Bavishi can remember. Making the the jump from undergrad studies in North Carolina, to fair housing and social enterprise work in DC, to business school in […]
Maybe we Americans have the wrong idea about barbecues, and September, not July, is the ideal time for outdoor grilling. At least that's what it felt like during the Taste Talks All-Star Cookout on Sunday, in Williamsburg's East River State Park. With little humidity and temperatures barely passing 70, the fires burning at 12 different […]
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When Dana Cowin sat down with Dan Barber for a "Fireside Chat" at Taste Talks Brooklyn—a sister festival to both Northside Festival and Brooklyn Magazine—on Saturday, she acknowledged that a talk about the chef's work to make food more sustainable and less wasteful food have been too dark. Instead, the former Food & Wine editor declared […]
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It may have struck a blow to our bathing suit bodies, but NYC beach fare sure has come a long way. So forget about packing a sandwich, and squirrel away some sunscreen and singles instead, for spreading around the following sun and sand-blessed spots. Rockaway Beach Low Tide Bar: One of the first outlets to […]
The 60,000-square foot DeKalb Market Hall purposely devoted a majority of its headquarters to up-and-coming, Brooklyn-born purveyors. Yet there’s no denying their marquee vendors’ entrenched, Lower East Side cred: that would be the 129-year-old Katz’s, which has peddled pastrami on the corner of E. Houston since 1888. But to hear owner Jake Dell tell it, the […]
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DeKalb Market Hall is indubitably the year’s biggest opening, in every way, shape, form and, well, size. Occupying 60 thousand-square feet of prime, downtown Brooklyn real estate, the labyrinthine basement of the City Point (itself a behemoth of big box options like Target, Century 21 and Trader Joe’s, together with Alamo Drafthouse, Fortina restaurant and […]
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