Elle McLogan joined CBS2 in September 2017 as a digital reporter for CBSNewYork.com.
She hosts, shoots, and edits The Dig With Elle McLogan, which uncovers gems hidden across our area. The Dig has explored a Staten Island restaurant where the cooks are grandmothers, a Manhattan cathedral where sheep mow the lawns, and a North Fork farm where potatoes become chips.
In 2018 Elle was named Outstanding Social Media Personality by the New York State Broadcasters Association.
Born in Manhattan and raised on Long Island, Elle moved to North Carolina to attend Davidson College. She joined the Davidson Dance Team and pursued extracurricular activities in food and cooking.
Elle earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and graduated with Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude honors.
After graduation, Elle moved to China to review restaurants as a food critic. She spent four years in Shanghai, hosting television programs and documentaries with a focus on food and culture.
A volunteer with the nonprofit organization Reading Partners, Elle teaches reading to struggling students at under-resourced New York schools.
Brooklyn’s Industry City offers a little something for everyone.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan celebrated spring with icy desserts at an old-school institution and a new-school pop-up.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan tasted wild drinks at Korean-inspired café Round K.
Jenny Bui gave CBS2’s Elle McLogan a manicure with her signature sparkle.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan visited Bar Moga, which celebrates the spirit of the “modern girl.”
CBS2’s Elle McLogan gets a look inside the landmark skyscraper.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan visited Chinatown to see how New York celebrates the Spring Festival.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan celebrates National Pizza Day with a local pizza guru.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan visited Enoteca Maria, where ‘nonnas’ from around the world prepare dishes from their childhoods
CBS2’s Elle McLogan visited Kick Axe, where you can drink beer and hurl axes at mounted targets.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan tastes a neon kelp cocktail and seaweed-flavored funnel cake at Sunken Hundred.
New York artists reveal to CBS2’s Elle McLogan how social media is transforming their art.
How do Instagrammers get their food to look so good?
Memory loss, weight gain, and weakened immunity are consequences of sleep debt.
How does pasta get made? This hypnotizing machine answers the question in the most satisfying way. CBS2’s Elle McLogan digs in at Sfoglini Pasta in Brooklyn.