Lara Land, owner of Harlem’s Land Yoga Studio, presents “Taste of India,” a Bollywood-style fundraiser benefitting Three and a Half Acres Yoga, a nonprofit organization committed to communities of color and/or of moderate income.
The first ever Charcuterie Masters was held at the historic Flushing Town Hall on Northern Boulevard in Queens, showcasing the best meat makers across the country.
The 23rd annual International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York is a must-attend event bringing together thousands of foodservice, restaurant and hospitality professionals from New York State and the surrounding areas.
Last week, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture celebrated “Harlem on My Plate,” a documentary short film that explores the history of Harlem’s food renaissance.
There is a new hot couple in the neighborhood. Both residents of Lenox Avenue, one has been shaking it up for a couple of years and the other is an ingénue, a new vintage in Harlem.
New restaurant opens in Harlem catering to the homeless.
Do you have what it takes? We are looking for some creative, ambitious, focused, passionate and resourceful interns to be part of the team.
Winston Stona, co-founder of Busha Browne, was inducted into the Specialty Food Association Hall of Fame 2016 class for his leadership in the specialty food industry.
Just in time for those New Year resolutions to eat a little better, lose a few pounds, work out a little more or all of the above here comes New York City Restaurant Week 2016 to test your will power.
This is the beginning of my 11th year writing “Talking SCHOP!” and other food-related stories for the Amsterdam News.
There have been a couple of openings (and closings) of note for Harlem restaurants, but overall the year has been good for Harlem eating.
A merry Christmas Eve to you! Though the weather might not reflect our internal winter wonderland, the season is still upon us.
Whether you are a causal drinker or an aficionado, wine continues to be something that can surprise the palate both with food and on its own.
Potato pancakes are a traditional food during the Jewish holiday of Hannukah, but you don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy them.
The holiday season is always a time to stop and take stock in friends and family.