Five New(ish) Food Halls to Get on Your Radar

Move over Chelsea Market, there are new heavy-hitter food halls in town! Perfect for when you want to try a variety of the food that New York City offers but not venture around too much, food halls are a great option. They’re curated and diversified and just in the past year, there have been a plethora of new openings. Here’s the low-down on some of our favorites: Continue reading “Five New(ish) Food Halls to Get on Your Radar”

5 Reasons You Need to Go to Louisville

Turns out my food-filled trip down to Louisville was full of a lot more than hot chicken, cheeseburgers and biscuits and gravy. In just two days, I felt like I had a second home, a new abundance of knowledge and profound pride in being an American. If you’ve ever considered taking a trip to Louisville, or even if you haven’t, here are five reason why it’s worth checking out ASAP.

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New Apparel!

So excited to announce that I just created some food-themed swag now for sale on Etsy. I wouldn’t have been able to do this without all of you and am so grateful for your support. It would mean so much to me if you could check it out and let me know what you think. Would also LOVE it if you got a shirt 🙂

HERE is the link again!

5 Romantic Spots with Last Minute Valentine’s Day Reservations

Ah! It’s Monday and you still haven’t made plans for a Valentine’s Day dinner. You immediately go online to look for a reservation and all that’s left are stuffy tasting menus and places too casual for a day this special. We did some research and found that these five gems still have some tables for two available, and don’t worry, with these places your date will never know the res was last minute.

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Guest Blog Post: 8 Fried Chicken Dishes to Get on Your Radar

Screen Shot 2016-12-23 at 10.30.32 AM.png1) Harold’s Meat + Three Fried Chicken: Marinated for three days, this dish is well worth the wait you’ll experience at Chef Harold Moore’s new spot in the Arlo Hotel. The secret to Harold’s fried chicken is that it’s made with cornish hen, rendering a uniquely juicy, tender experience when fried. The chicken is served with two sauces: one sweet and tangy and the other super spicy. We’d recommend switching between the two for the perfect balance.

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2016 Review: NYC’s Best New Restaurants


2016 was an exciting year in NYC. We experienced a poke explosion, more rainbow everything and A LOT more pizza and pasta. It was pretty hard to narrow it down, but here are my top ten picks for the best restaurants of the year and what they brought to the table (pun-intended):

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Recap: Food Photography Workshop with World Kitchen

This post was sponsored by World Kitchen though all tips and opinions are my own.

This past Thursday night I hosted a food photography workshop with World Kitchen, one of America’s leading brands for cookingware products. My mom has always been a great home-cook, so I was very familiar with brands like Pyrex and Corelle growing up.

Needless to say, I was so excited when World Kitchen reached out to me about this unique opportunity!

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