What's Happening on the Culinary Scene
Four great new happenings in NYC

With so many fabulous restaurants and events going on every day in the city, it can be hard to narrow your focus. Make sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming events!

Infuse Your Own Soju: Mono + Mono is launching an amazing 'Infuse Your Own Soju' program that will take place every Monday evening during the month of May. Soju expert and owner, MJ Chung, will guide diners through using fresh fruits and herbs to imbue Korea's national spirit with amazing flavors. All you have to do is make a reservation!

Wine Tasting Dinner: Ooh la la! Crown Group Hospitality will be hosting their first ever wine tasting dinner in a series focused on highly sought-after producers and vintages from various regions. The first dinner will launch April 15th at the Lion, followed by a vintage tasting at Crown on April 22nd. All of the tastings include a five-course pairing menu led by Chef Proprietor John DeLucie.

Filipino Night: On April 15th, April Bloomfield and Edie Ugot at The Spotted Pig will prepare traditional Filipino dishes, such as sizzling Sisig, Kare-Kare oxtail stew, and Ginataang Alimasag. These dishes will be offered a la carte, along with the restaurant's signature dishes.

Hakkasan 1-Year Anniversary: The immaculate Asian restaurant is celebrating their one year anniversary with new dishes. They are introducing new dishes to their a la carte, brunch, dessert, and new three-course 'Taste of Hakkasan' prix fixe lunch menu for $29. Additions include truffle and roasted duck buns, stir-fry mushroom lettuce wraps, and mint julep ganache with eucalyptus.