Come For Your Passport, Stay For The Food Outside Nigeria's Consulate At Africana Mobile KitchenAfricana Mobile Kitchen aims to bring a taste of home to Nigerians in New York City. The main draw is the jollof rice with goat.
Keeping A Classic NYC Tradition Alive With The Brooklyn Seltzer BoysAlex Gomberg's great-grandfather passed his business down to his son, son's sons, and son's son's son.
Latin Sandwiches And Life Lessons: Doorman-Turned-Chef Follows His Passion At Jibarito ShackAfter ten years working as a doorman, Angel Medina was ready for a change.
The Dig: Long Island's Big DuckWhat's your town's claim to fame? One area on Long Island's east end is known for a very unusual attraction. CBS2's Elle McLogan takes us to The Big Duck in the latest episode of The Dig.
Fans Flock To Flanders To See The Big Duck"We don't have a zip code. We don't have a bank. We don't have a grocery store. But we do have a big duck," docent Janice Jay Young told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
At Rubie's Costume Company, Every Day Is HalloweenCBS2's Elle McLogan goes behind the scenes at the Westbury headquarters of a global costume empire.
Pastelitos And Café Con Leche At 'The Cubanest Corner In All Of New York City'CBS2's Elle McLogan visits Pilar Cuban Bakery, where Chef Ricardo Barreras is bringing a taste of Miami to Bed-Stuy.
The Cocktail World's 'Mad Scientist' Makes Drinks Out Of Waffles At Existing Conditions BarCBS2's Elle McLogan visits a Greenwich Village bar using liquid nitrogen, hydraulic presses, and centrifuges for experimental cocktails.
Matzah Ball Ramen And Wagyu Pastrami: Japanese And Jewish Cuisines Combine At Shalom JapanShe's from Hiroshima. He's from Great Neck. So what do these husband-and-wife chefs cook up together? Find out at Shalom Japan.
Backyard Honey: Long Island Beekeeper Keeps It LocalCBS2's Elle McLogan gets suited up to see the hive at Promised Land Apiaries in Mattituck.
Step Behind The Counter At The Grand Central Oyster BarWhat makes a good oyster? CBS2's Elle McLogan finds out from some real New York City experts.
Sara Erenthal's Backstory: NYC Street Artist Makes Art Out Of TrashSara Erenthal ran away from home to start a new life. Now, she gives new life to trash by turning it into art.
Nearly 100 Years Of Tradition At Defonte's Sandwich ShopCBS2's Elle McLogan visits a Red Hook institution where the energy is big and the sandwiches are bigger.
Thompson Chemists: A Pharmacy Where 'Mama J' And 'The Medicine Man' Prescribe Music, Magic, And Community"This type of store, you can't cookie-cut this," Gary "The Medicine Man" Alony told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
3 Generations Cook Up Something Special At Ricas Pupusas & MasThe Vargas family brings a taste of El Salvador to Sunnyside.
A Hamptons Icon: Lunch At The Lobster Roll"A lot of people don't know the name of the restaurant is actually the Lobster Roll. They just call us 'Lunch,'" manager Paul DeAngelis told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Convent Garden: An Oasis In Harlem Where New York Meets 'Miami'"I feel that I was chosen to do this," gardener Juliette "Miami" Davis told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Babka, Bureka & Kugelhopf: A Taste Of Israel At Michaeli Bakery"The Israeli who come in here are definitely looking for home," owner Adir Michaeli told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Wrapping Art In Art: Make A Frame At Make At Frame In BrooklynWhen you look at a painting, chances are you're looking at the art. Thoren Vadala is looking at the frame.
969 NYC Coffee: Japanese Snacks In Jackson HeightsHeart-shaped onigiri and other treats await you at this unassuming snack shop in Queens.
Leader Of The Pack: Dog Walking With The Academy Of Royal WolvesAt dog-walking service the Academy of Royal Wolves, the canine "cadets" dress in uniform.
Meet The 23-Year-Old Chef Opening Restaurants And Minds In BrooklynFrancesca Chaney thinks differently about food and restaurants. At Sol Sips, she offers customers a chance to pay for brunch based on what they can afford.
'A Remarkable Place Known To Too Few People': The Art Students League Of New York"Art Students League is the most important art academy in the world for the last 150 years, roughly," executive director Michael Rips told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
'Tea Is Everything' For Couple Behind Bed-Stuy Sanctuary Brooklyn Tea"We're not trying to make you quit coffee. We just want to make you drink more tea," co-owner Jamila McGill told CBS2's Elle McLogan.