The fifth annual celebration of craft brews organized by the NYC Brewers Guild. Organizers are aiming for more than 300 events across 150 venues. Check here for more info.
Calendar of Events › Food
February 22, 2013
February 10, 2013
February 8, 2013 – February 10, 2013
Local celebrity chefs Missy Robbins, Alex Guarnaschelli, Leah Cohen, Elizabeth Falkner and Shanna Pacifico will each turn a whole heritage-breed hog into a nose-to-tail feast for 20 judges and 400 guests. chef will turn a whole heritage-breed hog into a snout-to-tail smorgasbord for 20 judges. Pig heaven.
Details at www.cochon555.com
January 27, 2013
A meatball competition hosted by Matt Timms. Amateur cooks compete for the title of best meatball. $15 gets you lots of tastes and a vote for the winner.
January 20, 2013
January 14, 2013
Restaurant week runs from January 14th through February 8th. Snag a prix-fixe $25 lunch and $38 dinner at over 300 participating restaurants–including North Square!
More info here.
January 13, 2013
January 5, 2013
Join the International Coquito Federation for its 11th Annual Three Kings Day Coquito Crawl. Attendees will be able to taste the delicious traditional Puerto Rican holiday drink and various foods as the tour swings through five East Harlem restaurants and cafes.
This year’s featured establishments include Camaradas, Amor Cubano, Gran Piatto D’Oro, La Casa Azul Bookstore, and East Harlem Café. Tickets are $25. Visit here for more information.
December 10, 2012
A non-denominational latke culinary feast provided by some of the city’s best restaurants, including Kustner’s Tribeca, Fatty ‘Cue and Blue Ribbon Brooklyn in a competition to see who makes the best potato cake. Admission gets you all the latkes you can eat, plus beverages from purveyors like Schmaltz Brewing Company. Find out more here.
November 26, 2012
New York City’s largest holiday festival kicks off with a neighborhood tree lighting ceremony and features free entertainment, food tastings, in-store activities and shopping around and about this colorful and vibrant neighborhood.
Stores, restaurants, cultural organizations and public spaces in the district will be buzzing with activities for both children and adults. At the same time, sidewalks along Broadway from Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle to 68th Street will be alive with performers, street musicians, jugglers, stilt-walkers and more, making for a festive fun-filled stroll through the streets of this dynamic Upper West Side neighborhood.