I don't know a ton about wine, nor do I know much about "real" housewives in New York City (shout out to Oak Cliff Housewives, who truly keep it real). But word on the street, according to Jasper Russo at Sigel's, is that Skinnygirl wine "HAS ARRIVED!"
I pass along this information because I watche ... More >>
Molto Formaggio The Cheese Shop provides the perfect set up for a date with its class on paring cheese and wine flights. For $75 per couple (classes are limited to 10 couples) you get to try three wine flights, three cheese flights, other food accompaniments to mix and match with the various ... More >>
Supper Club at The Kessler (presented by City of Ate) returns Wednesday with chef Tim Byres of Smoke. Byres' summer-inspired four-course-meal will be paired with four wines from California-based Wente Vineyards. Austin-based bluegrass/indie act MilkDrive will provide the tunes for party-goers to ... More >>
Bone Marrow might be an intense choice for 127 Hours. Another idea, after the jump.As the Academy has expanded its list of Oscar nominees to a whopping 10 films, it's become harder for even interested movie fans to see every movie on the Best Picture roster. So City of Ate today presents an edibl ... More >>
In part one of this week's Three Course Meal, we gave you a look at Jean-Marie Cadot, owner and executive chef of Cadot. In part two, we asked Cadot to complete our thoughts for us. In today's final installment he shares one of his tilapia recipes with us.
CRUSTED TILAPIA ON A BED OF RISO ... More >>
Don't have plans tonight? Well, now you do. Treat yourself to a five course dinner at Woodfire Kirby's that features wines from Frog's Leap Winery. The menu includes diver scallops with a Chardonnay smoked corn salsa, duck confit with a balsamic reduction and beef tenderloin with truffle mash ... More >>
When you think of wine-making countries in Europe,
most people naturally assume France
and Italy have
just about cornered the market. Indeed, Italian and French wines are known
around the world as standard-bearers of the tipple craft for centuries. However,
more and more people are being drawn to ... More >>
From the outside, 55 Degrees Wine Bar & Bistro doesn't appear to be anything special. Just the name on the rather dingy double-decker strip mall announces its presence, and there is no patio. Inside, however, is quite another matter. Sofas, comfy armchairs, and coffee tables greet you when yo ... More >>
There's no dispute that Texas trounced New York in last night's Grape Gridiron Classic, a Texas Department of Agriculture-sponsored competition featuring wines from both states. What's debatable is whether it was a fair fight.
"You guys killed us, and we deserved it," Albany Times-Union wine ... More >>
Wine from Pittsburgh? Surely you jest. After all, Pittsburgh is Steel City, known for its dominating football teams, brawling blue-collar identity and Primanti's, a famous hangout where the cooks are known to stuff French fries inside their burgers. Of course you would want to wash down such ... More >>
Alex FloresYesterday it came to our attention that 7-Eleven planned to introduce their own wine brand, priced at a Thunderbird-like $3.99 a bottle--that's right, $3.99 for .75 of Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon in glass with a real artificial cork. No screw-tops for wine this fancy.They call the ... More >>