In September 2021, I wrote here about the pandemic evolution of Michelin-starred Lord Stanley into Turntable at Lord Stanley, an exciting residency for chefs from around the globe and the U.S. to showcase their beloved menus, concepts they’re working on or other collaborations with the tight and consummate Lord Stanley team. Returning this August 2022, I experienced chef Melissa M. Martin’s cooking from New Orleans’ lauded Mosquito Supper Club: Read more →
Category: On the Town
7 Foods From Outside Lands 2022 We’re Still Craving
Published August 8, 2022, at The Bold Italic, seven foods from Outside Lands 2022 that we’re still craving (and thankfully, you can still eat around the Bay Area): Read more →
7 Foods From Outside Lands 2021 That We’re Still Craving
Published November 1, 2021 at The Bold Italic, seven foods from Outside Lands 2021 that were still craving (and thankfully, you can still eat around the Bay Area):
Gin (Me) Talking Gin & RTDs at ADI’s 17th Annual Craft Spirits Conference
In the Fall 2020 print issue of Distiller Magazine: A recap of our first virtual week of ADI (American Distilling Institute)’s 17th annual Craft Spirits Conference, which was to be in my beloved New Orleans in April but went virtual this Summer. You’ll see me here in this story, as I was on a couple international panels, both for gin… Read more →
Now that Indoor Dining is Back, Here’s How To Break Bread Inside… Safely
Published October 5, 2020, at Bob Cut magazine is my checklist on just reopened (September 30) indoor dining, how you can stay safe and keep hospitality industry workers safe while dining out.
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We Are Losing So Much More Than Business: What Makes America Great?
The color drained from the world. That’s how I felt as the pandemic hit and independent restaurants, bars, food and drink purveyors were forced to shutter overnight. Millions are (still) unemployed in a $1 trillion industry that’s the U.S.’ largest private sector job provider. Many already can’t afford to come back (closure estimates range up to 85% from industry experts across the nation and in this recent detailed report). But we’re losing much more than jobs. We’re losing culture it has taken decades to build. A “secret” American strength. I’ll explain.
The Hunters Point Supper Club That Helped Transform a Community Needs Your Support
My latest article below on a treasure of a restaurant/bar/jazz club that employs the youth of Hunter’s Point. As a special community resource that goes well beyond a restaurant, this is the kind of place we want to keep alive during pandemic:
Recapping American Distilling Institute’s 2019 Conference & Expo in Denver
In the Summer 2019 print issue of Distiller Magazine, my feature on ADI (American Distilling Institutes) Craft Distilling Conference and Expo attended by around 1800 distillers, drink and distilling industry from around the world.
Europe’s Biggest Cocktail Convention in NYC: Bar Convent Brooklyn in its Second Year
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