Category Archives: Events

For the third year in a row, we’re excited to be part of Food Book Fair! Events run May 11-14. This year, FBF has relocated to the Ace Hotel in Manhattan, on 29th Street and Fifth Avenue, a great new … Continue reading

#independentbookstoreday Books are amazing. — ♫ Adriano&Paulina ♫ (@keet0007) April 29, 2017 We’re completely behind this!

Our 92nd Street Y Talks & Tastes series features some of early 2017′s most exciting authors. Folks like Melissa Clark, Barbara Lynch, Michael Ruhlman, Jane & Michael Stern… If you’re local, we’d love to see you at the Y. To … Continue reading

Matt says… It’s cold. The damp is threatening to drive the cold even deeper into your bones. You want some comfort. You need soup. Soup that warms and nourishes you. Soup that you make yourself, for yourself, as a kind … Continue reading

We’re always excited by and proud of the authors who are participating in our Talks & Tastes series at the 92nd Street Y. This season is no exception and we truly hope you can join us to hear and meet … Continue reading

At the threshold of the busy holiday season, we’d like to put out a plea to our followers to keep their local stores and other small businesses in mind. You’ll see lots and lots of social media posts and articles … Continue reading

Shopping for staff gifts can feel like a daunting task in the end-of-year crush of things that must be done. Let us help you choose the right gift for the folks on your line, for the talented server you want … Continue reading

Do your holidays have an extra magic because you bake a special cookie? Are you ready to pit your favorite against the best other New Yorkers have to offer? Enter the Kitchen Arts & Letters Holiday Cookie Contest! Judging takes … Continue reading

Free Tickets! Wanna hang with Morimoto, Bobby Flay, Anne Burrell, or some of the New York Yankees? We’ve got tickets to a bunch of NYCWFF events and we’re giving them out FREE this Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8. … Continue reading

Nach was given this little card many years ago by the owner of a store that has long since closed. The laws are still valid though!