MEI MEI dishes out local Asian-American fusion cuisine. The expansive open kitchen, brightly illustrated chalkboard walls and yellow-hued furniture create a laid back, upbeat vibe. Inventive non-alcoholic beverages —plus pitchers of beers and cocktails for sharing — are available to wash down the bold dishes.
Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Adam Liebman always wanted to be a sports broadcaster. But when he realized that he really wanted a career that would make every day fun and exciting, he decided to pursue sales instead. From his first job out of the University of Missouri at Yext where he scaled the sales organization, to leading SinglePlatform to its acquisition as an Executive Team member and now building Squad — an app designed to help you connect with other groups of people to make going out more fun — Adam has experienced the ins and outs of selling to small …
Known for its eclectic shops, trendsetting nightlife and artsy vibe, the East Village is one of the most colorful, laid-back parts of New York City. This diverse dining destination boasts a restaurant scene as spirited and creative as the neighborhood itself. Here are 16 East Village spots that’ll inspire your dinner (and dive-bar crawl after):
Thanksgiving is always an epic day for eating. Roast turkey, glazed ham and in some cases, a deftly stuffed turducken often take the limelight, but our favorite thing about the holiday that celebrates food in all its glory might just be the supporting players — those yummy, addictive side dishes. While we spend all year looking forward to indulging in the usual suspects — sweet potatoes with brown sugar and pecans, creamy green bean casserole, tart-yet-refreshing cranberry sauce — this season we’re challenging ourselves (and you!) to try something new. Check out some of these non-traditional vegetable dishes — and …
Little Park Little Park is Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group’s newest spot, serving a market-driven, vegetable-centric American menu. The decor, featuring modern group banquettes and an expansive bar, is perfectly suited to the restaurant’s posh location inside the Smyth hotel in TriBeCa. The restaurant boasts an extensive cocktail menu and wine list. Pete Wells, NY Times food critic writes, “since becoming his own boss, in other words, Mr. Carmellini has cooked in and around the traditions of one country or another. At Little Park, he and his chef de cuisine, Min Kong, the executive sous chef at …
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New to Reserve this week are four notable hotspots from Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group. Use Reserve to have an unforgettable meal at these NY Times and NY Magazine Critics’ picks in some of the city’s hottest neighborhoods — NoHo, South Village and TriBeCa.
Fall weather is in full swing. Feeling the chill? These delicious dishes will make you feel warm and toasty inside as we prepare for a West Coast winter. Let Reserve help you cozy up at one of these great spots!
Can you eat fruits and vegetables whenever you want them? Not everyone can. Co-founded in 2007 by James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur Michel Nischan, Wholesome Wave is a nonprofit organization that aims to help consumers make healthier food choices by making healthy and locally grown foods more affordable for all.
French food is many things — elegant, romantic, rich — all qualities we wish for in our daily lives, not to mention on our dinner plates. Never one to shy away from unabashedly decadent ingredients, French cuisine brings luxurious cream, divine butter and stinky cheese to new culinary heights. Here are a few of our favorite French dishes (plus where to get them) when you want a little “joie de vivre.”