Letting their establishment speak for itself, chefs, restaurateurs consider the quality, portion and price of their product. But how do you grow/build your business? Guests discussed word-of-mouth recommendations, social media, professional press and brand recognition arrangements with hotels.
Panel: David Burke, Chef & Restaurateur; Frank Crispo, Restaurateur, Crispo; Drew Nieporent, President, Myriad Restaurant Group.
The Stoler Report, Real Estate Trends in the Tri-State Region, New York’s only television broadcast featuring real estate and business leaders, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in September, 2003 (the series has enjoyed two previous seasons on radio.) Hosted by Michael R. Stoler, the weekly program features lively round-table discussions of topical issues in the world of real estate.
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this is a short doc done entirely by me for my editing class 🙂 terri is a vegan fast food restaurant located in new york city. hope you enjoy the video and don’t forget to check them out at www.terrinyc.com
edited on Final Cut Pro.
esse é um curta-documentário feito inteiramente por mim pra minha aula de edição 🙂 terri é um fast food vegano localizado aqui em new york. espero que goste do vídeo e não deixe de checar o trabalho deles em ww.terrinyc.com
editado com Final Cut Pro.
Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau are the masterminds behind NYC’s Shuko, a restaurant that plays with the traditional understanding and boundaries of what constitutes Japanese dining. From the hip-hop that fills the sushi bar to the apple pie that caps the meal, Nick and Jimmy are finding a balance between their traditional training with Chef Masayoshi Takayama (of the sushi empire Masa) and their diverse backgrounds. Nick grew up in Los Angeles in a Korean family who had roots in Japan, while Jimmy was born in China where he always helped his mother cook at home. While Nick and Jimmy’s personalities and roles at the restaurant vary—what Nick refers to as the “good cop, bad cop” approach—the two find a balance that complements each other’s strengths. As the two chefs experiment with new flavors and styles of cooking, the seasonality of the ingredients always remains at the forefront of their approach.
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The birthplace of the grandma pizza is nearby on Long Island at a longtime family-run business called Umberto’s — and obsessives of the restaurant say it still makes the best version in the country.
In this episode of Cult Following, host Serena Dai visits Corteo with former Long Island food critic (and current Eater New York editor) Melissa McCart to see what all the fandom is about.
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This burger place is amazing. Nice sized burger and a quality burger. Fries are amazing and that cherry Sprite is to die for. The best part of this place is their selection of 10 different sauces. It’s worth trying out for sure. Like comment subscribe. First 100 subs will have a chance to win a gift certificate for this restaurant. Have a great day and #EatWithMe22
This is my review of Pommes Frites, a restaurant in New York that makes amazing French fries and accompanies them with a large assortment of dipping sauces. They are located at 123 Second avenue between 7th st and St. Marks. (http://www.pommesfrites.ws/)
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Chazz Palminteri, star of A Bronx Tale and Modern Family, has recently opened an Italian restaurant in New York City bearing his name. Zagat visited the Midtown East restaurant to speak with Chazz and get a first hand look at his classic restaurant, which features Frank Sinatra inspired martinis. For more videos, subscribe to Zagat’s channel here: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
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Its hard to get more stylish than the fashionistas prowling the trendy streets of SoHo, but Lure Fish Bar’s chic, ultra-modern interior comes close. The glitzy subterranean eatery has the feel of a superbly appointed yacht cabin, with a ships distinctively curved ceiling, sensual low lighting, slick, circular leather booths and round, nautical-style windows, ideal for peering up at the elegant heels of the pedestrians on the sidewalk above.
The Menu: As the name and the unmistakably seaworthy decor suggest, Chef Josh Capons menu is heavy on seafood, with starters like New England clam chowder, niçoise salad, garlicky lobster croutons and tuna tiraditos in snappy ginger vinaigrette. Notable entrées include mahi mahi tacos in a crispy tortilla shell, an abundant serving of steamed mussels in lemon and white wine and a whole daurade accompanied by dill gnocchi. Theres also top-flight sushi, sashimi, and tempura and a winning raw bar spanning both coasts.
The Must Have: While youre almost obligated to order at least one item thats sprung from the sea (the nautical theme is practically daring you not to), you wont be disappointed by sticking closer to shore, either. Lures best-kept secret is a sophisticated burger thats a take on the infamous patties at the In-N-Out chain on the West Coast. Its served on a brioche and is actually more delicious than the better-known burger at Fanellis across the street.