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2015 Food+Enterprise Conference Feb. 27–March 1

Last year's Food+Enterprise conference. (Courtesy of Food+Enterprise)
Last year's Food+Enterprise conference. (Courtesy of Food+Enterprise)

Social impact summit Food+Enterprise will take place Feb. 27–March 1 in Brooklyn. The event is dedicated to collaboration between farmers, entrepreneurs, consultants, funders, and investors...




  • Masseria Dei Vini focuses on southern Italian cuisine. (Courtesy of Masseria Dei Vini)

    Puglia Is on the Menu at the New Masseria Dei Vini

    Puglia is the focus at the newly opened Masseria Dei Vini. The chef, Pino Coladonato, is from Puglia and prepares traditional and modern Italian cuisine... Read more

  • Bar Bolonat. (Quentin Bacon)

    Bar Bolonat Launches Brunch

    Owner and chef Einat Admony is introducing brunch at her restaurant Bar Bolonat starting this weekend. Expect to find dishes like Green Shakshuka, made with... Read more

  • Juniper Bar. (Courtesy of Juniper Bar)

    Juniper Bar Opens in Midtown West

    Bar and eatery Juniper Bar has just opened in Midtown West, near Penn Station. The casual dining menu includes wraps, sandwiches, and gourmet burgers such... Read more

  • Chicken for Two With Savory Bread Pudding and Sweet and Sour Greens. (Courtesy of Almond Tribeca)

    Almond Tribeca Opens on Feb. 18

    Co-owner and executive chef Jason Weiner brings the seasonal fare from his Bridgehampton and 22nd Street Almond restaurants to Tribeca. Almond Tribeca, opened on Feb... Read more

  • Fritto Misto. (Noah Fecks)

    Bay Kitchen Bar Opens on Upper East Side

    Co-owners and father-and-son team Eric and Adam Miller have opened an outpost of their East Hampton restaurant Bay Kitchen Bar. The new location is on... Read more

  • Black Sea Pie at East Village Pizza & Kebabs. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    East Village Pizza: Pizza by the People, for the People

    On a cold winter evening, I unlocked some golden secrets of pizza making. I was speaking—over pizza, what else—to Frank Kabatas, the man behind East... Read more

  • (peddhapati, CC BY 2.0)

    10 Ways to Save 2,000 Kilojoules and Drop a Clothes Size

    Want to drop a dress or pants size? Then losing five kilograms, or about 5% of your body weight will help that zipper start to... Read more

  • Baklava with ice cream and pomegranate seeds. (Manos Angelakis)

    Molos: Grand Views—and a Grand Meze

    It has been affirmed over and over again that location is everything. Well, in the case of Molos Restaurant—situated at the water’s edge in Weehawken,... Read more

  • (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Tinker Fisher Butcher Chef

    It’s time to feed Stu. He’s been waiting all day even though, by all appearances, he looks stuffed to the brim already. Still he’ll eat... Read more

  • (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Say It With Chocolate: Our Gift Picks for Valentine’s Day

    Here are our top picks for Valentine’s Day classic gift—chocolate. Fika ‘Date Night’ Box Fika master chocolatier Hakan Martensson makes these truffles by hand, with... Read more

  • Casablanca, in Alphabet City. (Courtesy of Casablanca)

    Casablanca to Open on Feb. 12

    After opening Long Island’s first hookah lounge, and a hookah supply wholesale business, 30-year-old entrepreneur Amar Patel has made his jump to Manhattan. Casablanca is... Read more

  • TALDE Jersey City. (Courtesy of TALDE Jersey City)

    TALDE Comes to Jersey City

    Chef Dale Talde and partners David Massoni and John Bush are bringing TALDE’s cooking to Jersey City. The trio have partnered with HGTV’s “Kitchen Cousins”... Read more

  • Warm Potato salad with olives, bitter greens, and crispy Japanese yams. (Evan Sung)

    Dirt Candy Opens on the Lower East Side

    Amanda Cohen’s awaited Dirt Candy reopened this week in a new larger 60-seat spot on the Lower East Side. Expect old favorites from the original... Read more

  • Glasses of milk in Frankfurt no July 31, 2007. In January 2015, embattled US milk producers launched a social media campaign to rebuild public confidence in the health benefits of their product. While the government urges milk consumption, some studies have begun to suggest potential ill effects from drinking too much. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

    Milk Does a Body Good? a Look at the Science

    NEW YORK—Embattled milk producers launched a social media campaign this week to rebuild public confidence in the health benefits of their product. But how healthy... Read more

  • Duet Brasserie, in the West Village. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Art Exhibit: Duet of Art and Food

    Internationally acclaimed artist Anya Rubin, whose work is being shown at the Second International Biennial of Art in Palermo, Italy, will show highlights of her... Read more

  • Dana Cowin and Andrew Zimmern will speak about cutting edge food trends at 92Y. (John Kernick)

    Cowin and Zimmern to Discuss Cutting Edge Food Trends

    Curious about the future of food? Dana Cowin, editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine, and Andrew Zimmern, TV host on the Travel Channel, weigh in... Read more


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