Do you speak Foodie?If someone gets you on the topic of a recent restaurant experience or recipe you tried & you could go on forever, then you speak Foodie! If your friends turn to you for clarification of a term on a menu when you're out, or you're their personal Zagat guide, then you speak Foodie! So speak Foodie to me baby...
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When you meet a fellow Foodie, a person who can wax poetic and obsess about food the same way that you do, it’s a wonderful feeling. (It can also make the non-Foodies around you groan and roll their eyes, but … Continue reading
Medford’s newest eatery, Long Island Ale House, is more than it’s name suggests. Sure, they have over 30 beers on tap featuring many local brews, and they’re sold at an attractive price of just $4 or $5 a pint (plus … Continue reading
The Heat Miser finally gave us a break, so I enjoyed a nice outdoor patio lunch today with Mrs. Newlywed at Northport Feed & Grain. I’ve been trying to get to this place for months since it’s one of the … Continue reading
Let me set yesterday’s scene for you: Hot. Overcast. Muggy. Someone wanted to go to Fire Island. Someone else decided “Ocean Beach” would be the destination. Arrived late to ferry, no seats uptop, sat in bowels of the boat ingesting … Continue reading
If real life restaurants were personified in an ABC after-school tv special, Crew Kitchen & Bar in Huntington would be that unassuming friend to the Cool & Pretty Girl in high school – you know, the friend with no makeup … Continue reading
I just love meeting new people to speak Foodie with! Last night I had the pleasure of meeting several folks from the International Association of Culinary Professionals and being invited to tag along for dinner at a local place. One … Continue reading
Don’t you just love it when you stumble upon a Foodie Surprise? That’s what happened on Saturday when Meatlovin’ Man and I were out running errands and saw a tiny sign at the entrance to Walt Whitman mall that simply … Continue reading
The other night I had some time to kill, and dinner to secure, before meeting up with KH & TR at Splash for a night filled with our personal troupe of male ballet dancers hamming it up to Anything Goes, … Continue reading
One of my Fabulous Foodie Friends, Ken, came into the city the other day from Atlanta. We needed someplace in Murray Hill that was jeans-casual, easy on the wallet, and served good food in a convivial atmosphere. We spent our … Continue reading
I have a continuous quest to find the perfect on-the-water outdoor dining spot on Long Island. You would think that a place that has so much waterfront property would be crawling with little crab shacks eager to appease our al … Continue reading
It happens every few months: the hankering for a thick, juicy, freshly hand-made burger. Early in the day I’ll start obsessing about it and by the time the dinner hour rolls around I’m sitting at the kitchen table, drumming my … Continue reading
Step right up, folks, and get yer food truck lunch right here! Yes sirree, just twelve bucks will gain you entry to two city streets filled with 25 mobile units offering the finest in lunchtime cuisine! Now, it’s obvious that … Continue reading
You know “swallow” as a verb and a bird, but you should really get to know it as a restaurant. One of downtown Huntington’s newcomers, Swallow is, in my opinion, a fabulous Foodie destination!
I was meeting a friend for lunch yesterday and after some research on what was new in the Madison Square Park area (no, that’s not MSG), the decision was made to dine at The Breslin, located inside the Ace Hotel. … Continue reading
It was 7 pm on a Sunday night and I found myself already slipping into comfy pajamas in anticipation of the food coma that I knew was on its way. We went to Smokin’ Al’s BBQ Joint in Massapequa (LI) … Continue reading
Taking further advantage of the first annual Spring Long Island Restaurant Week, we visited The Fifth Season in Port Jefferson. Since it seems we’ve been stuck in this same wintery season foreeeeeever, I was looking forward to a new season … Continue reading