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Johanna Botta stopped by Barcade in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood to speak with the bar’s co-owner, Paul Kermizian. While there, she unleashed her inner child, playing Pac-Man and devouring a fried chicken and waffle sandwich, then washed it down with a craft beer from Barcade’s vast and rotating selection.
BTRtv's Chelsea White visits Brooklyn Brew for a lesson on making cider with the company's founders, Erica Shea and Stephen Valand!
Chicken Jazz Turntable (yes, that is the real name of this restaurant) can be found on the second floor of an unassuming building in K-Town.
The Holidays are tough: How does one maintain a hearty buzz without A. Falling asleep, B. Being labeled the family alcoholic or C. Sobering up in time for dessert. The key is variety, and frequency! Follow this helpful guide to a booze-filled journey to Turkey-town.
On a quiet evening, visit Randolph Beer, in Nolita. It's the perfect cozy place to unwind after a tough week.
After a long day, there’s almost nothing more satisfying than cracking open a bottle of beer or wine, sitting down, and putting your feet up, but some take this procedure a step further and extol the benefits of the “booze bath”--which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like.
BTRtv's Chelsea White visits Brooklyn Brew for a lesson on making cider with the company's founders, Erica Shea and Stephen Valand!
The beer-cocktail is an alcoholic treat that is criminally under explored. But beer-based mixed drinks hold their own, and definitely deserve some more love and range. The Penny Loafer is a beer mixed drink that is mature, and refreshing: a drink that your grandfather would enjoy while sitting on his porch in Florida, in a rocking chair, watching the sunset.
Williamsburg's Brooklyn Brewery has been churning out some of the city's favorite brews for decades. The neighborhood boasts some of the hippest places in the world to get together, but for those willing to wait in line, you can find rare beers for $5 and enjoy a tour as well.
Welcome to a special happy hour edition of Thirsty Thursday here on Dish + Drink. This week, I wandered to Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood for a few drinks on my way home to Hoboken. After just missing the happy hour deal at a place nearby, my friends and I decided to try Swine on Hudson Street.
Johanna Botta stopped by Barcade in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood to speak with the bar’s co-owner, Paul Kermizian. While there, she unleashed her inner child, playing Pac-Man and devouring a fried chicken and waffle sandwich, then washed it down with a craft beer from Barcade’s vast and rotating selection.
On one summer night, Molly Freeman ventured to the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn to check out L'isola's wood fire pizza. Though the pizza was delicious the service was slightly lacking.
Twenty years ago, St. Marks was a totally different place, crawling with crusty punks and cheap dives. Nowadays, it's not as grimy, but it is ripe with tourists, NYU lanyards, and restaurants. There remains one reminder from decades ago; a less observant person might just miss it walking down the street. It's a basement bar with only a dusty red sign that says, "GRASSROOTS TAVERN," in between Mamoun's and yet another smoke shop.
On Monday, Dish + Drink's Dane Feldman was fortunate enough to attend the very first day of the 2015 US Open. The fourth and final tennis grand slam of the year began on Monday at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York and will run for two weeks.
This edition of Sunday Brunch is a special one, albeit an also slightly disappointing one. A week ago today I had the opportunity to spend my brunching hours at Yankee Stadium for the first time since before the new stadium was erected.
This Thirsty Thursday, Dish + Drink tastes Nantucket-based Cisco Brewers' Grey Lady ale. The Massachusetts Witbier is floral, fruity, and even a bit spicy.
Scientific experts screened the TV show ‘Cosmos’ and introduce an educational atmosphere to an audience at Videoglogy, a bar in Brooklyn. Neighborhood astronomer, Dr. Kennet E. Flores, transformed the screening room into a university lecture hall.
This review focuses specifically on the Gainesville location of World of Beer, where I enjoyed a flight of four beers. WOB offers so many beers that it’s truthfully a bit overwhelming, which is why ordering a flight—or two—is the way to go here.
Today on Third Eye we are looking specifically into the relationship of old-time nostalgia with some of our favorite bars.
While the novelty of Jacob’s Pickles next door has not yet worn off, E’s Bar boasts originality all on its own. Open shelves filled with board games and other multiplayer games line the walls and patrons are free to take any game off the shelves to play.
Dish + Drink checks out Narragansett Del's Shandy, which is currently on offer at Madison Square Eats. The "refreshingly different" summer shandy hails from two of Rhode Island's favorites, Narragansett Brewing Company and Del's Lemonade.
BTR took its talents to the biannual foodie haven that is the Mad. Sq. Eats pop-up here in NYC where we tasted everything from beer to ice cream sandwiches to tuna hand rolls.
First Draft in Denver, Colo. will allow customers to pour their own beer, wine, and cider by the ounce. Besides their self-serve beer rig, First Draft will also have a full-service kitchen cooking up small, but shareable plates of what they categorize as “upgraded bar food.”
Dish + Drink checks out Rogue Brewery's Lemon Chiffon Crueller Ale. Rogue adds four types of malts and two different varieties of hops, yet both the quirky concept and bottle design lets the imbiber know that this beer was definitely not made for the brew purists and snobs.
Entrepreneurs from New Orleans released an app for users to find public or private restrooms.
Dish + Drink checks out Evil Twin Brewing’s Molotov Cocktail Single Simcoe Hop Edition Imperial IPA.
Check out these beer-infused Irish cocktails right in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
A double review of Southern Tier’s Creme Brulee Stout and Doughnut Plant's Creme Brulee doughseed.
This week we chat with the founder of Trail Wallet, talk the New York Travel Fest, and get some local eyes on Denver, Colorado!
Dish + Drink checks out the Harpoon Brewery in Boston.

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