Kimberly Wilson and John Flynn North Jersey Record Published 12:53 PM EST Mar 6, 2019 Below are the results for the (201) Best of Bergen food and drink category. To view winners in all 4 categories, click here. Best Bakery B&W Bakery 614 Main St., Hackensack; 201-342-5577 Runners-up: Best Bagels Goldberg’s Famous Bagels 90 Westwood Ave., Westwood; 201-666-9896 Runners-up: Best Barbecue Fink’s BBQ Smokehouse 26 W. Madison Ave., Dumont; 201-384-3210 Runners-up: Best Bartender Marisa Codispoti of Savini Restaurant 168 W. Crescent Ave., Allendale; 201-760-3700 Runners-up: Best Breakfast Country Pancake House 140 E. Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood; 201-444-8395 Runners-up: Best Brunch Giovanna’s Cafe 19 E. Main St., Ramsey; 201-825-5835 Runners-up: Best Burgers White Manna 358 River St., Hackensack; 201-342-0914 Runners-up: Best Butcher Shop B & M Meat Market … [Read more...] about Best of Bergen 2019 results: Food And Drink
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This week, Sergio's will celebrate Croqueta Day with a free food and drink party, the Standard's Lido Bar will host a Nashville hot chicken pop-up, Seed Food & Wine's restaurant week will launch across South Florida, and New Times' Iron Fork will return. Croqueta Day at Sergio's Coral Way. Sergio's will celebrate 20 million croquetas sold as City of Miami Mayor Carlos Jimenez proclaims Monday, October 1 as Croqueta Day. From 4 to 8 p.m., enjoy free croquetas, free cafecitos by Bustelo, free mojitos by Havana Club, and free brews by Hatuey Beer, as well as live music and other entertainment activations. 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, October 1, at Sergio's Coral Way, 3252 SW 22st., Miami; sergioscuban.com. Nashville Hot Chicken Pop-Up at the Standard. Every first Monday of the month, the Standard's Lido Bar will offer a hot chicken special complete with pimento mac and cheese, baked beans, and skillet corn bread. Order a half or whole bird ($12 to $24) with $6 … [Read more...] about Miami’s Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Free Croquetas, Seed Restaurant Week, and New Times’ Iron Fork
Seed Food & Wine Week is adding another milestone to its lengthy lineup of plant-based firsts: Seed Restaurant Week. The vegan restaurant week will take place October 1 through 15 across Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.More than 20 restaurants, ranging from juice bars and fast-casual spots to upscale eateries, are set to participate. They include Love Life Cafe, Manna Life Food, Raw Juce, Green Bar Kitchen, Soul Tavern, Plant, Parlour Bakery, and Green Wave.Like Miami Spice, Seed Restaurant Week includes eateries offering three-course prix fixes, including appetizer, entrée, and dessert. The difference with Seed Restaurant Week is that all of the dishes are plant-based.Fast-casual options cost $18 for lunch and $26 for dinner; dine-in options run $22 for lunch and $36 for dinner. "We’ve played with the concept for about two years," Seed cofounder Alison Burgos says. "I just felt like this was the year to do it. I’m excited about it. It's … [Read more...] about Seed Restaurant Week Offers a Vegan Alternative to Miami Spice
Mikaela Lefrak, The Washington Post Published 10:27 am PDT, Tuesday, August 7, 2018 Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Dixie D. Vereen Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Chef Todd Gray sprinkles his version of manna on a seafood kebab at Manna, Gray's restaurant in the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C, on July 8, 2018. Chef Todd Gray sprinkles his version of manna on a seafood kebab at Manna, Gray's restaurant in the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C, on July 8, 2018. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Dixie D. Vereen Is a biblical food the next foodie fad? This chef thinks so. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Last year, as Todd Gray and his wife, Ellen Kassoff, prepared to open their 165-seat, Mediterranean-inspired restaurant at the Museum of the Bible, they faced a culinary conundrum. The name … [Read more...] about Is a biblical food the next foodie fad? This chef thinks so.
July 5, 2018 | Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee Nashville, TN – Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee is marking a milestone in 2018: 40 years of feeding the hungry in Middle Tennessee. Since 1978, Second Harvest has grown from a 160,000-pound operation to distributing over 32 million pounds of food annually across 46 counties in Middle and West Tennessee. While the food bank’s main location is in Nashville, the non-profit organization reaches citizens throughout Middle and West Tennessee for the delivery of food through its 490 Partner Agencies. To meet the growing hunger demand in the region, Second Harvest will open regional distribution centers in Rutherford County and Benton County later this year. Along with Partners and Volunteers, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee Continues Finding Innovative Ways to Solve Hunger Issues in Our Communities “Many people do not know that Partner Agencies located in counties outside of Nashville … [Read more...] about Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee marks 40 Years of Feeding the Hungry