Bacon Fest, it's a real thing. Six courses of creative culinary concoctions featuring bacon as the main ingredient, all prepared by the expert hands of ChefFed and Chef Sean Chudoba for the private dining pleasure of Sex on the Table Social Club members. This event is the first of the private dining season hosted by ChefFed, but with nothing but bacon-infused and inspired courses on the menu, this year's events have nowhere go but up from here.
The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is the place where art, fashion, food, and music converge every weekend in New York City. This Friday night, courtesy of Noisey/VICE, the Bazaar's concert space will be headlined by DaM-FunK, an authentic modern-day "funksta," with support from Maya Vik, Gordon Voidwell, and DJ Thanksgiving Brown.
The votes are in on The Place and here is the rundown
SCENE : the bar is mostly occupied by college students and those from the younger side of the 20s spectrum, kicking back after a long day at the financial district. It's the perfect place to catch the game or as the night hits around 10pm hit the dancefloor and party the night away. If you like the atmosphere at a dive bar, this is a great scene.
MUSIC: During the day you can nod along to your fave classic rock songs, and then after 10pm you can yell requests at the DJ. The dancefloor is a little on the small side, however. The DJ spins Top 40, club mash-ups, and R&B hits after 10pm. PLUS all the flatscreens to catch sports! We also love the ineveitable seasonal theme nights on Wednesdays ! The bartenders get super festive!
Nothing beats the taste of great food and spirits. Add sexy to it and we've got a party! That's why South Florida is the best place to host Moet Hennessy's amazing new digs: 'The Q' and 'FLAUNT'.
The Q will be hosted by King of Carnivores Michael Symon. The chef, that made a name for himself on several Food Network shows and ABC's The Chew, will lead us into a night of delightful dishes and creative cocktails. Our drink of choice, Moet Hennessy, will be bringing house mixologist Jordan Bushell, along with Belvedere mixologist Claire Smith, to treat us for the night! Tons of mixed drinks and bites? Count us in!
Everyone likes a good wine and cheese party, but how are you going to make yours stand above the rest? Joonbug is here to provide you with fool-proof recipes that will be sure to make your party the talk of tastebud town. Picture this scene: your guests are entering your home, enticed by the smells of cinnamon, fruits, and freshly baked dough. We guarantee that that is exactly what will happen if you follow this easy recipe for baked brie which is sure to capture the hearts of your family and friends. Not only is baked brie more than easy to make -- wrap up some brie and fruit spread in puff pastry, bake it off, and enjoy--but also, you can take it to the next level by making just a few additions.
Calling all Chivers and Chivettes - the Chive black lager release is happening from 8:00pm - 2:00am at Max's Brew bar. Entry is $20 and includes one lager , appetizers and includes a profit donation to Chive charities! There will also be 4$ bottles and $20 buckets of six.
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1050 N. Hancock St., Philadelphia, PA, 19123
Baby, it’s cold outside… so why not stay in?
In case you’re planning on having a simple, quiet Christmas at home with your loved ones or just with the cats… we’ve got you covered. We found a list of restaurants that will deliver to your doorstep so you won’t have to trudge through the snow to get dinner. Just remember to leave a good tip!
Moti Mahal Delux
Hello, Upper East Siders! Moti Mahal Delux will deliver authentic Indian cuisine to your door this Christmas. Spicy butter chicken, chewy naans, fresh and crunchy samosas packed with spices and soft potatoes are just some of the specialties. Be sure to try something fresh from the clay oven, like the Cream Murgh Tikka that contains cream cheese marinade and cardamom, a famous Indian spice that generates a strong, sharp flavor, or the house classic Original Tandoori Grilled Chicken. The chicken is succulent and generously seasoned in aromatic spices and lemon juice.
Great news, New Yorkers! The Big Apple just scored itself another amazing Asian eatery: Han Dynasty. The famous Chinese restaurant recently branched out from Philadelphia and snagged a sweet spot in the East Village, catering the same delicious Szechuan cuisine as its Philly pioneer.
You can expect no less from Han Dynasty, which was voted one of the top 50 Chinese restaurants in America and also featured on the Food Network. The restaurant smells like fresh wood and spices. The interior boasts dark wooden furniture and yellow walls lined with Asian oil paintings.