Dining & Nightlife

Cooking Chops
Taking a cooking class is one thing, taking a cooking class from a bona fide teacher and a pro in the catering industry is a whole new ball game. This dynamic duo shares farm-to-table insights with clients of all stripes. Hawaiian luau anyone? Read Full Article
Clubs / Lounges December 2013
Drinkology: Cape Fear Punch
Riddle us this: What is 1 part sour, 2 parts sweet, 3 parts strong, 4 parts weak with spices? The answer is a punch that might just save the adults at a Halloween party. Read Full Article
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Foodie Gossip October 2014
A heaping helping of our local restaurants’ breaking news. Read Full Article
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Red Zone October 2014
Beer meister Niko Krommydas reports on brew news and new brews. Read Full Article
The Great Brooklyn Shuffleboard Experiment
A duo in Brooklyn have yanked shuffleboard from the ranks of retired Floridians and given it a fresh take—a stone’s throw from the Gowanus. Read Full Article
Wall Street to Fifth Street
As a triathlete, Michael Esposito knows the physical grind of a long race: The focus, determination and tenacity to keep going. The 45-year-old Seaford native sticks to a strict daily regimen of running and biking, and swims several times a week. The plan keeps him fit in body and mind. And that mental fitness came in handy this summer at the World Series of Poker. Read Full Article
The Right to Bare Arms
When the sous chef she was talking to didn’t believe she really wanted to cook for a living, chef Nicole Roarke showed him her catering-inflicted burn marks. Currently, she’s got her sleeves rolled up in a kitchen in Long Beach. Read Full Article
Having wine with dinner is obvious. But what about wine in dinner? It’s not overly complicated, but sommelier Chris Miller has a few rules to guide you. Read Full Article
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