The chic NYC restaurant that’s making a tasty comeback
John Bakhshi has always been a big fan of Japanese cuisine. So much so that the American restaurateur, who is based in New York City, was having it at least four times a week at city haunts like Nobu and Kura. Bakhshi is known for founding successful joints like ... More
See how the kitchen at Chef Suvir Saran’s Tapestry has really outdone itself…
If you’ve ever wanted to have your gold and it eat too, now’s your chance. Tapestry, the recently opened restaurant in New York’s West Village by Michelin-starred chef and Top Chef Masters contestant Chef Suvir Saran, is serving up the Ferni Nitrogen Ice Cream: a delectable dessert that’s made using ... More
Dumpling-mania has had a hold of New York City for a while now, and while some trends become quite exhausting after reaching peak popularity, it’s easy to understand why the dumpling is still so buzzy. Many establishments around the city have come dangerously close to creating the perfect pocket ... More
We’ve all heard the straightforward guidelines for pairing wine with food, but according to top sommeliers, the art of pairing goes much deeper.
Three sommeliers went beyond recommendations for different proteins or courses, sharing their take on the myths – and tricks – of pairing wine with a dish’s spices.
A few of London’s least traditional takes on teatime
Nothing says London like little finger sandwiches, scones with jam and cream, and of course, Earl Grey. In a quest to feel utterly authentic, tourists might attend teatime at The Ritz, Claridge’s or any number of high end hotels offering traditional experiences in the most elegant of surroundings. The thing ... More
These intimate spots make for a more romantic Valentine’s Day date
There’s something to be said for celebrating Valentine’s Day with a simple date night—dinner for two by candlelight, with a single red rose on the table—but not so much for the inevitable presence of other diners. For a truly special experience, an intimate setting is key, and while plenty ... More
DuJour Media spoke with four Chefs from well-known restaurants with beautiful holiday decor to get a personal look into their personalities, holiday traditions, favorite meals and more.
Meet the Chefs:
Executive Chef Ramesh Kaduru, The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta
Culinary Director Jeff Haskell, Refinery Rooftop, NYC
Executive Chef Peter Betz, Waldorf, Astoria NY
Executive Chef ... More
Will new ownership of Roberta’s, Brooklyn’s decidedly anti-establishment eatery, spoil its recipe for success?
The rumors started swirling late last winter, sweeping across Brooklyn like a cool breeze before a storm. Roberta’s—the two Michelin–starred Bushwick pizza joint founded in 2008 by two musicians and a cook, whose post-apocalyptic utopia of Christmas lights and pogo sticks, cinder-block walls and razor wire–enclosed garden came to define ... More