The San Francisco-based wine bar specializes in pinsa, a flatbread with pizza toppings.
Called Izzy Rose, it’s set to open soon at 214 Greene Avenue, one block away from sister establishment Clementine’s.
When it comes to Long Island summer activities, few can compete with enjoying the island’s many seafood shacks, which can range from bare-bones walk-up affairs, to boardwalk oases of waterfront al fresco dining.
It's hard to think of a more history-filled atmosphere for imbibing food and drink than at a centuries old farmhouse.
If the name Joey Bats Cafe sounds like it’s derived from the classic mob movie “Goodfellas,” that’s because it is — in part.
“The onions quickly caramelize and intermingle with a slice of American cheese. This burger is heaven,” George Motz rhapsodizes.
Chef Hannah Goldberg of the catering and event company keeps Middle Eastern recipes alive.
Long in the works, the revamped Hotel Bossert is aiming for a soft opening at the end of August, with an official opening in September.
The popular bakery and cafe plans to serve beer and wine and will have more tables for brunch as well as outdoor seating.
Queens has long been known as a destination for Indian cuisine and culture, but until Kurry Qulture opened its doors in 2015, something was missing.