Tag: Daniel Boulud

2011 Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival: Day 2

2011 Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival: Day 2

Cruising down Collins Boulevard near the shores of South Beach, in surely the most stylish of city cabs, I arrived early to the W South Beach for Saturday’s afternoon seminars. Heading inside the hotel, my first stop featured television drinky-drink man, Zane Lamprey, host of on-air barhop, Three Sheets. Focusing on the use of fresh […]

March 2, 2011 | By
The New York Culinary Experience Offers The Ultimate Fantasy Food Camp

The New York Culinary Experience Offers The Ultimate Fantasy Food Camp

Oh, New York. Always with the outstanding events…and this weekend is no different. Starting on Saturday, in support of upcoming chefs at the French Culinary Institute, the New York Culinary Experience will launch its third annual, weekend-long culinary camp. This two-day cooking extravaganza, touted as an incomparable fantasy food camp, will offer interactive cooking classes […]

September 28, 2010 | By
Seattle’s Canlis Takes It To NYC; LUCKYRICE Grand Feast Like None Other

Seattle’s Canlis Takes It To NYC; LUCKYRICE Grand Feast Like None Other

Seattle chef Jason Franey of Canlis was in New York this weekend to bring a piece of the Pacific Northwest to the James Beard House. A former executive sous chef of the highly-rated Eleven Madison Park, Franey was surrounded by family and friends for the event, from Mark and Chris Canlis to food writer Francis […]

May 2, 2010 | By
Vancouver Restaurants Score Big, Boulud To Open db Bistro Moderne Miami

Vancouver Restaurants Score Big, Boulud To Open db Bistro Moderne Miami

Unsurprisingly, Vancouver area restaurants saw a significant increase in business during the recent Olympics events. According to Ian Tostenson of the British Columbia Restaurant & Foodservices Association, local eateries, particularly those in the Olympic Zone, saw an increase of 100-300% in overall sales. “The restaurants in the outer edges, I would say sales there were […]

March 9, 2010 | By
South Beach Wine & Food Festival Readies To Rock Miami

South Beach Wine & Food Festival Readies To Rock Miami

Now in its ninth year, the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival is prepped and ready to rock-n-roll this weekend along the sunny beaches of Miami, Florida. Presented by Food & Wine Magazine, Southern Wine & Spirits, and the Food Network, fans can expect to see all of their television food favorites, from […]

February 23, 2010 | By
Predictions For 2010 Food And Beverage Trends

Predictions For 2010 Food And Beverage Trends

‘Tis the time of the year when folks across the food and beverage industry release their thoughts on next year’s culinary trends.  Last year’s predictions included higher-end kids menus, ‘functional’ cocktails, breakfast anytime, and the rise of offal. My forecast for 2009 menus included familiar foods, increased use of local/sustainable items, and flower liqueurs. (St. […]

December 15, 2009 | By
Friday Five: Five Last-Minute Foodie Christmas Gifts

Friday Five: Five Last-Minute Foodie Christmas Gifts

Fine, fine, I admit it. I don’t cook. The cookbooks on my shelves are either signed by people I admire or misdirected Christmas gifts from well-meaning folks who didn’t know my true side. I can do the basics – grilled cheese, meatloaf, maybe a pie. I just tend to leave the big stuff to the […]

December 11, 2009 | By
Today’s Food Newsbits: Fatburger Battles With Bankruptcy; Boulud’s New Bar; Kogi BBQ’s Social Media Master Talks Shop

Today’s Food Newsbits: Fatburger Battles With Bankruptcy; Boulud’s New Bar; Kogi BBQ’s Social Media Master Talks Shop

Popular fast food chain Fatburger is continuing to struggle in keeping the company afloat amid the difficult economical times. According to a recent article in the Portland Business Journal, CEO Andrew Wiederhorn is hoping that a few strategic expansion options will help steer the company back in the right direction after its California and Nevada […]

October 20, 2009 | By
Today’s Food Newsbits: NY Restaurants Continue Growth, Michelin Reveals 2010 NY Stars, Alice Waters on Gourmet

Today’s Food Newsbits: NY Restaurants Continue Growth, Michelin Reveals 2010 NY Stars, Alice Waters on Gourmet

According to a recent Zagat survey, more restaurants opened in New York this year than the number of restaurants who shuttered their doors. Despite closings from big names like Payard and Tavern on the Green, survey results show that 157 ‘notable’ restaurants opened this year compared with 102 that closed. The survey also notes that […]

October 7, 2009 | By
Make Your Reservations! Las Vegas Kicks Off Restaurant Week

Make Your Reservations! Las Vegas Kicks Off Restaurant Week

Starting on Monday, world-class dining at cash-saving prices comes to Las Vegas! Running August 31 through September 6, Restaurant Week provides diners with discounted menus, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Three Square Food Bank. Participating Vegas restaurants will offer prix fixe menus from three tiered price points: $20.09, $30.09 and $50.09. Many hotels […]

August 27, 2009 | By
Friday Five: Five Great Foodie Top Ten Lists

Friday Five: Five Great Foodie Top Ten Lists

Today, we’ve rounded up five of our favorite top ten food lists recently published around the web. From French eating to great bars where you can sit back with a stiff drink, enjoy! 1) Ten Great Places to Master The Art of French Eating. The USAToday list includes some of the best French restaurants in […]

August 7, 2009 | By
Boulud To Open New Pan-European Brasserie

Boulud To Open New Pan-European Brasserie

Posted by Jennifer Heigl Oy! The food writing world is all a-twitter with the upcoming opening of super chef Daniel Boulud’s DBGB Kitchen & Bar in NYC! Grub Street gave us a full look at the menu after a recent foodie preview. Dubbed as a ‘Pan-European brasserie’, the menu includes a great selection of seafood […]

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