Karczma Polish Restaurant in Brooklyn, New York

Karczma is located in the heart of Greenpoint, , where traditional is easy to find. After all, the neighborhood is primarily populated by long-standing residents of Polish heritage and recent transplants that have moved to the borough to enjoy its clean, tree-lined streets. Greenpoint is an old world mixed with new world city; close to…

Ports Café Along the Shores of Seneca Lake in Geneva, New York

Ports Café began as a small grocery store when owners Jeff Ritter and David Harvey bought the lakeside property in 1990. It was a tiny operation at first, just offering provisions and an eatery that served ice cream and hamburgers to folks coming off the lake looking for a quick bite. By 2007, the pair…

Bon Appétit! French Inspired Cuisine at Cargot Brasserie, Princeton

Cargot Brasserie a modern French Bistro, opened its doors last December on the west end of the in the new arts and transit neighborhood near the McCarter Theater in Princeton, New Jersey. With the opening of the Lewis Center for the Arts, the area was in dire need of eateries as theatergoers would have to…

CHARCOAL Bar +Grill – A Hot Spot in Miami, Florida

Wynwood Yard is an outdoor culinary and entrepreneurial concept that occupies four lots on NW 29th street in downtown . Within that space, you will discover the city’s first and only restaurant constructed entirely out of shipping containers – CHARCOAL Bar + Grill. One step inside the magical courtyard and you experience an ambiance that…

Osteria Radici: Modern Italian Cuisine in New Jersey

In the sleepy little hamlet of Allentown, New Jersey a new interpretation on classic Italian cuisine has created quite a buzz. Osteria Radici, a 24-seat storefront on South Main Street is the perfect combination of old world meets a modern artistic kitchen. When the tiny Osteria opened last fall, it quickly gained a loyal following…

Stiltsville Fish Bar an Homage to the Flavor of Old Florida

In 1938, “Crawfish” Eddie Walker, a man famous for crawfish chowder, built a bar on top of stilts to sell beer and bait. The bar, constructed a mile off of , became such a favorite place for fishermen that a few other folks decided to build shacks in the same area known as the flats….

Rolf’s: Traditional German Fare in the Heart of Gramercy Park, New York

Rolf’s German Restaurant has stood proudly in New York’s Gramercy Park neighborhood for fifty years. An institution in the city, Rolf’s is famous for its authentic Alsatian/Bavarian cuisine, German beer, and Glühwein (mulled wine). Rolf’s is also wildly popular over the holidays due to the antique Christmas decorations that cover nearly every inch of space…