Style » Food/Drink

NYC's Hell's Kitchen Nightlife Bounces Back With New Openings

NYC's Hell's Kitchen Nightlife Bounces Back With New Openings

By Ryan Leeds | Aug 22, 2021

The the Roarin' 20s have begun! New York City's queer hub — Hell's Kitchen — bursts back to life with a slate of new LGBTQ bar openings that promises to revitalize the neighborhood for locals and tourists alike.

Pop-up Restaurants May Stick Around as COVID Sees Resurgence

Pop-up Restaurants May Stick Around as COVID Sees Resurgence

By Mae Anderson | Aug 22, 2021

Pop-up restaurants, many started as stopgap measures by struggling chefs and owners, may have staying power as consumers continue to embrace takeout and delivery.

She Can Cook Too. Talking with Paris Hilton about her Netflix Cooking Show

She Can Cook Too. Talking with Paris Hilton about her Netflix Cooking Show

By Steve Duffy | Aug 22, 2021

One of the last places you'd expect Paris Hilton to be is the kitchen. But that is where she is found in her new Netflix series "Cooking with Paris." She spoke to EDGE about her culinary skills and how the show came to be.

San Francisco's New Rule: Proof of Vaccine or No Dining In

San Francisco's New Rule: Proof of Vaccine or No Dining In

By Daisy Nguyen and Eric Risberg | Aug 21, 2021

"The good thing is, if somebody doesn't have their verification of vaccination they can still eat outside. There is an option and we just need to be ready for different scenarios."

Vaccine Checks Begin at San Francisco Eateries, Bars

Vaccine Checks Begin at San Francisco Eateries, Bars

By Daisy Nguyen | Aug 20, 2021

Anyone who wants to eat, drink or exercise indoors in San Francisco must show they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 when one of the nation's most stringent restrictions on unvaccinated people takes effect.

Wendy's Opens Delivery-Only Kitchens to Meet Growing Demand

Wendy's Opens Delivery-Only Kitchens to Meet Growing Demand

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Aug 13, 2021

Wendy's plans to open 700 delivery-only kitchens by 2025 to meet the growing demand from people who want their fast food brought to them.

Rice Pizza, Noodle Ices: Food Shows Japan's Punk Rock Soul

Rice Pizza, Noodle Ices: Food Shows Japan's Punk Rock Soul

By John Leicester | Aug 9, 2021

Japan's Cup Noodles Museum offers a peak into the country's culinary innovation.

Watch: Homophobic Snickers Ad Pulled in Spain

Watch: Homophobic Snickers Ad Pulled in Spain

By Emell Adolphus | Aug 8, 2021

A Snickers ad showing a gay influencer transform into a bearded man with a deep voice pulled in Spain after an outcry that it was deemed homophobic.

Tempting Tastes Around the US Celebrate Peru's Bicentennial

Tempting Tastes Around the US Celebrate Peru's Bicentennial

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 2, 2021

Though a visit to South America's northwest coast may be a bit out of reach these days, there are exceptional places stateside to celebrate Peru's independence, along with nearby LGBTQ hot spots.

Frosted Relic: Slice of Lady Di's Wedding Cake Up for Sale

Frosted Relic: Slice of Lady Di's Wedding Cake Up for Sale

Jul 29, 2021

A slice of one of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding cakes is up for auction 40 years after the nuptials watched around the world.

McCormick Recalls Some Seasonings Due to Salmonella Concern

McCormick Recalls Some Seasonings Due to Salmonella Concern

Jul 29, 2021

McCormick & Co. is voluntarily recalling some seasonings due to possible salmonella contamination.

What Are the 10 Most Instagrammable Desserts?

What Are the 10 Most Instagrammable Desserts?

Jul 27, 2021

Whether we're craving cupcakes or cookies, most of us turn to Instagram to vicariously satisfy our sweet tooth. A new list reveals the world's most popular desserts.

Mario Batali Harassment Probe Settlement: $600K to Accusers

Mario Batali Harassment Probe Settlement: $600K to Accusers

By Michael R. Sisak | Jul 24, 2021

Celebrity chef Mario Batali, his business partner and their New York City restaurant company have agreed to pay $600,000 to resolve a four-year investigation.

Go Global Visiting These Multicultural US Neighborhoods with an LGBTQ Twist

Go Global Visiting These Multicultural US Neighborhoods with an LGBTQ Twist

By Kelsy Chauvin | Jul 23, 2021

Channel the spirit of international travel into a local trip. Here's how you can go global by eating, drinking and shopping local, along with LGBTQ travel tips to turn your next getaway into a rainbow-good time.

Is the Craft Beer Industry Moving Toward Lower Alcohol?

Is the Craft Beer Industry Moving Toward Lower Alcohol?

Jul 21, 2021

Researchers uncover a growing interest in consuming — and improved technology for producing — beer with less alcohol.

Tokyo's Drinkers Drown Frustrations Over Virus Limits, Games

Tokyo's Drinkers Drown Frustrations Over Virus Limits, Games

By Kantaro Komiya | Jul 21, 2021

On the eve of the Tokyo Olympics, the government's attempt to curb a coronavirus surge by targeting drinkers is drowning in liquor, frustration and indifference.

Watch: With Disney+ Documentary, Wolfgang Puck Gets Personal

Watch: With Disney+ Documentary, Wolfgang Puck Gets Personal

By Steve Duffy | Jul 18, 2021

In the foodie universe, there is no bigger talent than Wolfgang Puck. The 71-year old celebrity chef was instrumental in changing the perception of the role of the chef in the cuisine culture, as chronicled in the new doc "Wolfgang."

What Pairs with Beetle? Startups to Make Bugs Tasty

What Pairs with Beetle? Startups to Make Bugs Tasty

By Kelvin Chan | Jul 16, 2021

Europe's nascent edible insect scene features dozens of bug-based businesses offering cricket chips in the Czech Republic, bug burgers in Germany and Belgian beetle beer.

Famed Restaurant Chez Panisse Turns 50

Famed Restaurant Chez Panisse Turns 50

Jul 14, 2021

When a small restaurant called Chez Panisse opened its doors 50 years ago in Berkeley, California, it wasn't obvious that it would change how Americans thought about eating.

Out Gay Legislators Demand No Chick-fil-A on the New York Thruway

Out Gay Legislators Demand No Chick-fil-A on the New York Thruway

Jul 13, 2021

Chick-fil-A's history of contributing to anti-LGBTQ causes may cost them a lucrative deal to put the fast food chain on the New York Thruway.

25 - 44 of 5103 Stories