Dine on Demand
Rusty Mackerel has only been open for about seven months, but it has already become the place to go in Washington Heights.
When you think of NYY Steak you probably think of Yankee Stadium, but now you can enjoy all of the food and the fun in Midtown.
Dig Inn wants New Yorkers to eat their vegetables. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited the restaurant’s West Village location.
At Nino’s Restaurant, you can sink your teeth into a $1000 pizza, or sample one of Derek Jeter’s favorite dishes.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited The Black Tree on Orchard Street. The Lower East Side restaurant is known for its seasonal ingredients, meaning that their menu is constantly changing.
It’s a one-of-a-kind event that’s connecting New Yorkers with the folks that make their food.
The NFL season has kicked off, meaning tailgate parties with food, beer and games. But not everyone can score or, for that matter, afford a coveted ticket to a game.
Oktoberfest is in full swing, but you don’t have to venture to Germany to experience delicious beer and authentic bites. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited SingleCut Beersmiths in Astoria, where the brewery with a laid-back vibe is celebrating the beer festival.
Umami Burger is a West Coast favorite — but it now has fans lining up in the city’s West Village. The restaurant recently opened here in the city. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis met with Adam Fleischman, Umami Burger’s CEO and Founder.
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited Villa Colombia Bakery in Elmhurst, Queens.
Bread’s Bakery, a popular Union Square shop, is known for their babka and delicious bread recipes. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited the bakery to learn how to braid and bake a festive Challah, the “famous” babka and some other decadent bites.
Uptown Social is the first gastropub in Washington Heights, Denis reported.
The restaurant is honoring the 3rd Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival — a one-day family-friendly food and music festival where patrons feast on spicy and succulent jerk fare, as well as enjoy a variety of music, cultural, culinary and entertainment.
For this week’s Dine on Demand segment, TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited Cherrywood Kitchen, where chef Chris Cheung has crafted a menu of new style barbecue and American fare that he calls “sophisticated, yet approachable.”
In an effort to save bees from rapid decline and create mouth-watering “bee-pollinated” recipes, chefs from the InterContinental Hotels & Resorts in major cities like New York, Boston and Cleveland are keeping their own rooftop gardens. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited Chef Andrew Rubin of the InterContinental Times Square to taste test some roof-grown dishes.