The first ever “global food celebration” in the Bronx will be held in Fordham Plaza at the end of June. There will be over 35 food and beverage vendors representing a diverse selection of food and drinks as well as live performances and local merchants. The event is a collaboration between quarterly magazine Edible Bronx, […]
We highly recommend the New York Botanical Gardens Orchid show and while you’re there, treat yourself to a luxurious meal at Hudson Garden Grill, the full-service restaurant on the grounds. The Orchid show is Thai-inspired and the inspiration carries over to the restaurant with Thai red curry, coconut, papaya, basil and lime showing up on […]
Lloyd created a legendary carrot cake and cemented his reputation in the Bronx. After he died in 2007, his wife Betty Campbell-Adams decided to keep it going. Betty not only preserved his husband’s legacy, she also worked with her family and their team of bakers to build upon it, taking the business to new horizons. […]
Did you know that over 60% of New York City’s food comes through Hunts Point in the South Bronx before it is distributed to other supermarkets? An informative video posted on The Point’s website talks about the threat climate change poses to the Hunts Point Food Distribution Center, which sits right on the water’s edge. […]
In the mood for cheesecake? S&S Cheesecake, in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx, has got you covered. All cakes are baked with the craftsmanship of an artisan, using only the finest ingredients. Each and every bite of this award-winning cheesecake melts in your mouth. Click here for more details.
The Bronx is getting a lot of attention these days with new residential projects on the horizon and cultural centers following. But the neighborhood already boasts many great things including dining and drinking spots. Time Out New York highlights a few of what they consider to be the best from Dominick’s on Arthur Avenue to […]
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, BronxMama has some great date ideas in the Bronx. From horseback riding lessons to a cozy brunch at Mott Haven Bar, many suggestions on the list would be great with friends, family or solo as well. Click here for more details.
Check out Eater’s annual list of Bib Gourmands, a list of restaurants where you can eat two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for under $40. Tra Di Noi, Zero Otto Nove and Havana Cafe are just a few of the Bronx favorites that made the list. Click here for more details.
This longtime Bronx mainstay is considered a vegan delight in an area that doesn’t offer many vegan options. Those that don’t live in the Bronx are urged to visit and not only sample a number of amazing dishes from the vegan menu (that is mostly Caribbean), but also to stock up on organic and vegan […]
The winter weather is not giving up and comfort food is definitely calling. The Bronx’s “Little Italy” which runs along Arthur Avenue which forms a triangle with East 187th Street and Crescent Avenue. The area was formed at the turn of the century when Italian immigrants moved in. Here’s a breakdown of the best places […]