New York Taste 2017

With November  storming around the corner , it’s time to prep for my favorite annual feast.  Yes, Thanksgiving is always a great harmonious day to spend with your love ones, stuff your face with turkey and maybe get a head start with holiday shopping.  Sure I like going to Walmart and go toe to toe with hundred other shoppers but Cyber Monday is more right up my alley.

The sweetness of November usually starts of with probably the best walk around tasting event in New York.  The New York Taste 2017 is surely not an event to miss.

The reason I think its one of top events. New York Magazine always has a lineup of some of the top buzzing restaurants and chefs in the city. Ticket prices are  really reasonable. For the low pricing your gonna leave that venue stuffed. Always great entertainment. Get your tickets now at

Expect bites and sips from Greg Baxtrom of Olmstead , Paul Donnelly of Chinese Tuxedo and Kenta Goto of Bar Goto.

I hope to see all my New Yorkers subscribers on November 6th.




Autumn Season

We are in the midst of brisk crisp weather and a over load of pumpkin spice flavoring everywhere. Oh the joys of the festive months of October. Lots of events coming up before the holiday season. Stay tuned !




A Second Helping of Life



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The most important food tasting in New York City is an event that benefits Share. Share Cancer Support mission is to create and sustain a supportive network and community of women affected by breast and ovarian cancer. SHARE Cancer Support brings these women and their families and friends together with others who have experienced breast or ovarian cancer, and provides participants with the opportunity to receive and exchange information, support, strength , hope and awareness. SHARE currently serves 40,000 people annually with free supportive and educational services in English and Spanish, provided by people who’ve faced these diseases.

On  September 18th , we will be celebrating 41 strong years of dedicated support that Share has been offering.

The event is called A Second Helping of Life. This will be its 14th installment of this meaningful gathering.When it comes to food, the room will be filled with some of the best chefs from New York. Did I forget to mention the lineup consist of an all star female lineup. Angie Mar from the Beatrice Inn will play the role as Executive  Chef. Rounding out this fabulous dream team includes Amanda  Cohen (Dirt Candy), Alex Guarnaschelli (Butter) to name a few.

The event will be taking place  at Pier 60 Chelsea Piers






Taste Williamsburg Greenpoint



In my book, one of the most solid neighborhoods in the food and drink scene is Williamsburg. So many dope spots opened up this year alone, joining some old classics. Stop all that noise, good ol’ Billy Burg is still the place to hang especially is your questing for food.  Can’t hit every restaurant so I suggest you go to the Taste of  Williamsburg/Greenpoint for  a foodgasm .


Tickets : /e/taste-williamsburg-greenpoint-tickets-36369014702

Taste Talks Brooklyn


Yesterday , I had to break out a jacket as the temperature dipped down to the low 60’s. Yeah ya’ll, summer is pretty much a wrap. If you haven’t taken a weekend getaway , had a froze, or went to a music festival. Your summer could have been a bit dull. You could spice it up a bit by attending the Taste Talk food convention in Brooklyn. Always a fun time to see whats the latest food trends and get to rub elbows with some of the finest chefs. The All Star  BBQ is not to be missed. Get your tickets now.

Celebrate Madison Sq. Chefs

Always a great debate. Where is the best dining neighborhood in  Manhattan?

My answer probably will be Flatiron. Though pretty small in area, Flatiron is packed with some powerhouses. To get a sample of some of the best bites the city has to offer, I recommend attending Celebrate Madison Square Chefs on July 18th. Some of the featured restaurants include Cosme, Sugarfish and The Nomad. This is not to be missed. Scoop your tickets here :

Jerk Festival

When the sun is shining and the weather is beyond sweet. The Grace Foods crew comes to the rescue for your summer time blues. All foodies should make their way to Queens on July 23rd for the annual  Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival.  Enjoy a full day of sun, fun, music and course food. Entertainment  will be provided by some reggae greats, including Barrington Levy and Morgan Heritage. The star of the show is the many vendors that will be serving the jerk of all sorts and other tropical delights.

Grab your tickets here: