Posts Categorized: Food & Drink

Date night at French Louie


For a spontaneous date night last week, Matt and I decided to check out French Louie, a delicious new restaurant (from the guys behind Buttermilk Channel) that just opened in our neighborhood. The space is gorgeous! Soft lighting, hand-painted walls, tons of secluded tables—there’s even an outdoor seating area, set to open when the snow… Read more »

Crepes, Brooklyn-style


When I was in Paris, I had a nutella crepe every. single. night. We stayed in St. Germain des Pres, and there was a creperie that stayed open past midnight located right beneath the apartment we rented on Airbnb. It became my late night fix, and the sweetest way to end each day. Fast forward to… Read more »

Food Page: Di Fara


A few weeks ago, I checked out the Greenpointers Valentine’s Market. Zipcar had a booth there with a wheel of fortune, and a chance to win a driving credit. As luck would have it, I won the grand prize: a $60 Zipcar rental! The catch? We had to use it in less than four weeks…. Read more »

Channel Beyoncé at Brucie


I’m all for staying in on Valentine’s Day and avoiding the pricey prix fixe menus that pop up at every single dinner spot in New York, but Brooklyn restaurant Brucie may be changing my tune. The tiny (and delicious) eatery just unveiled a Beyoncé-themed special menu for the holiday. The best part: You can order… Read more »

Rachel Khoo is back


I’ve talked about Rachel Khoo before: Ever since the New York Times’ first wrote about her, I’ve been following her work, and her ‘Little Paris Kitchen’ in France. Fresh off the success of her first book, she’s released a second, called My Little French Kitchen. In it, Rachel goes on a tour of the French… Read more »