Tag Archives: Dining

Fowl Territory
Territorio de aves

Acción de Gracias es la comida más grande que muchos cocineros preparan cada año. Su pieza central -el pavo- es el plato más grande...
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Back to the future
De vuelta al futuro

They go way back.Roberto D. Álvarez has known Jimmy Rodríguez since he was a teenager. “I started working with him at Jimmy’s Bronx Café,” said Álvarez, referring to the first eatery the restaurateur he opened in 1993...
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Made at Manna’s
Hecho en Manna’s

Heaven is here. Manna’s Restaurant, which was established in 1984, offers the good stuff. The eatery at the 2331 Frederick Douglas...
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Happy hours come to Hutch
Llegan los ‘Happy Hours’ a Hutch

Chairman and CEO Zane Tankel has came a long way since opening his first Applebee’s Grill and Bar 20 years ago. Tankel has opened the new eatery in Pelham Bay...
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Time to #WHIN & DINE
Hora de #WHIN & DINE

Uptown foodies have reason to raise a glass — the official Washington Heights and Inwood Restaurant Week, dubbed #WHIN & DINE, will soon be back.
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On the map
En el mapa

Pónganlo en los libros. El Consejo de Turismo del Bronx lanzó la primera Guía para Visitantes del Bronx.
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Hot and smothered
Caliente y cubierto

There is a bright yellow façade that stands out from the rest on Amsterdam Avenue. That the place is famous is obvious – it says so right on the awning. Owner and manager Eddie Salguero...
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Filling, and fitting, for all
Comida y acomodo para todos

Much like inns of yore, there is room here for everyone. Whether it is a three-hour Sunday brunch for your extended clan or a romantic tête a tête, set your GPS to the corner of Bronxdale...
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A Public Offering

Niall Henry loves craft beer. And he's counting on plenty of other people in Inwood liking it too. Henry, along with business partner Shean Carbin, have just launched the Tryon Public House, a craft beer bar at 4740 Broadway, near Thayer Street. "I think the neighborhood is ready for something like this,"

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Talking the Bronx 10.29.14
Hablando del Bronx 10.29.14

On Sun., Nov. 2nd, join Wave Hill's long-time partner and exclusive caterer Great Performances’ brunch presentation in historic Armor Hall. The meal will feature...
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Within the bounty, brews and burgers
Casi ocultas, cervezas y hamburguesas

Apaga tu sed con más que limoncillo. Aun puede pasear a través de los pasillos de barriles rellenos de aceitunas grandes, brillantes latas de aceite y dorados aros de queso en el legendario Mercado al Detal en la Avenida Arthur...
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Afire on the water
Encendido en el agua

Algunos platillos están avivados por una guarnición fresca, el sabor se intensifica por la textura o el aroma de un poco de esto o un toque de aquello. ¿Qué le parece cenar ...
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Going for the Gefilte
Vamos por el gefilte

Cuando Jeffrey Yoskowitz decidió producir y vender pescado Gefilte fresco, un aperitivo tradicional para judios Ashkanazi, él...
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Dollars for beans
Dólares por habichuelas

Got a dollar? Then step right up, as just 4 quarters or a single dollar bill will buy you some of the sweetest delight you’re...
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Dollars for beans

Got a dollar? Then step right up, as just 4 quarters or a single dollar bill will buy you some of the sweetest delight you’re ever to find in a steaming Styrofoam cup. Known as “habichuelas con dulce,” or, literally, “sweet beans,” the portable liquid delicacy is precisely...

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No scalpels, just smiles

Looking for a tummy tuck? Skip the surgery, and bypass that hospital closest to Gun Hill Road. Instead, head to V.I.P. Café and settle in at one of the diner’s sun-splashed tables. The restaurant, which offers a host of menu selections that are creatively – and medically – named. The...

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A sweet beacon
Un dulce faro

Twin Donut en Inwood se levanta como un centinela en el cruce de la Calle 218 y Broadway. Por los pasados 18 años, el...
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A sweet beacon

Inwood’s Twin Donut stands as a sentry at the crossroads of 218th Street and Broadway. For the past 18 years, the luncheonette with the large parking lot has served local regulars and itinerant passerby in equal measure. Patrons for the last two decades have known they...

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The eternal summer (in a bowl)
El eterno verano (en un tazón)

The forecast is calling for another snow storm. It always is these days. More snow, slush, and ice. You’re likely to...
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Bragging at Bombonada
Presumiendo en la Bombonada

Bragging rights are in play – you’ll need to grab a fork. Ten blocks north of La Casa de Mofongo, the culinary institution that has arguably elevated the...
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Savor the flavors
Saboree los sabores

It’s time again to savor—and favor—the Bronx. The Third Annual Savor the Bronx Restaurant week was launched this past Fri., Oct. 25 at Jake’s...
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Hello to halal
Hola al ‘halal’

The aisles at Sano Halal Food are filled with cassava, gari du togo, sagnon mougou and other products unfamiliar to most American tastes.
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Hands on cuisine
A comer con las manos

Por más de un cuarto de siglo, el Restaurante Massawa ha estado ayudando a la gente a comer. Massawa combina las tradiciones culinarias de...
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Pushing the sweet stuff

Alejandro Nino is a pusher, a man of the streets. He’d be the first to admit it. Nino offers his wares from a specially reconstructed stroller that he uses to store and showcase his shiny, sweet goods. So perfectly rigged is his store-on-wheels that there is a refrigerated unit to keep the treats cool and fresh.

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Heights Community Farmers’ Market Will Remain Open Through Mid-November

The BronxWorks Heights Community Farmers’ Market will remain open each Thursday until November 15th, announced Kimberley Wong, the organization’s nutrition program specialist. The market, located across the street from Bronx Community College and the Francis Martin...

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Frozen teats, served with flash

Victor Sidberry, co-owner of Inwood's new VS Berry frozen yogurt shop, was looking to fill a void. "It seems like all the new businesses in the neighborhood are bars or clubs. We wanted to have someplace that was designed to be kid-friendly,” he remarked. The recently opened store, located at 4971 Broadway, on the corner of Isham Street...

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Make It A Lucky Friday The 13th

Convierte el viernes 13 en uno de buena suerte

Convierte el viernes 13 en uno de buena suerte

It goes without saying that New Yorkers love their coffee, and on Friday, September 13 you can get your caffeine fix for free!
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Scoop serves it up

However you like your chicken, choices abound uptown. There is chicken roasted, stewed and fried; there are wings, breasts or thighs; dark meat...

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Sudsy crawl through history

Excursión por la historia y la cerveza

Excursión por la historia y la cerveza

¿Sabía usted que Gun Hill Road solía tener una artillería de cañones? ¿O que el Grand Concourse fue diseñado para emular la avenida francesa...
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A la calle

If you are walking down 116th Street in El Barrio, you might not have noticed at first that you are hungry. But you will. Even if you’ve just finished a full meal, the chances are your appetite will stir again. All along the busy thoroughfare, as the sun warms the sidewalk, food street vendors...

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Coupons Savings for Every Mom

Ahorros con cupones para todas las madres

Ahorros con cupones para todas las madres

Usually, when young moms think of saving, it’s more likely to be while rifling through the sales rack at a children’s department store, ...
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To the last drop: el sancocho vegano

Hasta la última gota: el sancocho vegetariano

Hasta la última gota: el sancocho vegetariano

Quinoa, asparagus, brussel sprouts, curry sauce. And sancocho, the classic meat-based stew of many a Latin Caribbean home. Any sense of what these might all...
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