Elle McLogan joined CBS 2 in September 2017 as a digital reporter for CBSNewYork.com.
As host of The Dig, Elle hunts for treasures hidden across our area—the people, places, and foods that few know about but everybody should.
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 programs and documentaries with a focus on food and culture.
Elle McLogan’s mother Jennifer celebrates her 30th anniversary with CBS this year.
Watch a time-lapse of Elle’s spooky makeover.
A one-winged bald eagle, a blind owl, and a rescued fox live among friends at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.
Ever wonder where your favorite bag of chips actually comes from?
Tired of the constant mixed messages while dating? Relationship expert Susan Winter tells Elle McLogan the solution.
A jack-o’-lantern time-lapse, just in time for Halloween.
On the West Side Highway, an unexpected warship serves a new purpose beyond its tours of duty.
Are New Yorkers looking to settle down and partner up for the winter?
From post-apocalyptic cartoon characters to life-size strips of bacon, the costumes at Comic Con 2017 do not disappoint.
Overwhelmed by options at cocktail bars? Bartenders spill exactly what you should order.
Nestled in NoLIta is a growing enclave from Down Under known as Little Australia.
CBS2’s Elle McLogan meets the local canines and devoted owners celebrating National Dog Week.
To Try Bolivian Cuisine, Go Underground: Checking Out ‘Bolivian Llama Party’ At Turnstyle In Columbus Circle
Beneath the streets of Manhattan, a restaurant hidden in a subway station serves foods you may never have heard of.
Your work lunch routine just got a lot less boring.
Elle McLogan eats and greets her way through the 91st annual Italian American festival.