Cedar Street Grill Launches New Concept with Fall Menu

A few short weeks ago, Cedar Street Grill in Dobbs Ferry, celebrated its sixth anniversary as the “true American” go-to location, pairing craft cocktails with their signature fried chicken and “angry” cauliflower. This past weekend, chef-owner Matt Kay softly launched a new concept with his new fall menu. While Cedar Street’s commitment to flavor and … More Cedar Street Grill Launches New Concept with Fall Menu

2017 Greenwich Wine & Food Festival

The seventh annual Greenwich Wine & Food Festival, presented by Serendipity Magazine, will return to Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, CT with a Master Chef Wine Dinner on Friday, September 22nd. Celebrity chef Scott Conant, Food Network star and famed restaurateur, will be Friday’s honoree. He will talk about innovation in the restaurant industry … More 2017 Greenwich Wine & Food Festival

ArtsBash 2017

Every year, we look forward to ArtsWestchester’s Annual ArtsBash Weekend, a spring fundraiser that includes an exclusive ArtsBash party on Friday, May 19, followed by Family ArtsBash celebration on Saturday, May 20, located at ArtsWestchester’s historic downtown White Plains building. ArtsBash’s fundraising party, which is open to the public, will feature food from more than … More ArtsBash 2017

IntoxiKate Experience

Want to enjoy traditional Southeast Asian street food along with a great dining experience? Join Kate Schlientz, Creator of IntoxiKate.com and Host of Fork This on WGCH 1490 AM, on Wednesday, January 25th at 7 p.m. at Sambal Thai & Malaysian in Irvington. Located in the old Chutney Masala location in Irvington, Sambal celebrates traditional Southeast … More IntoxiKate Experience

Michigan Memories

While Allen was in Florida recently, Kristina visited family and friends in Michigan. Summertime in Northern Michigan means many things, but wine tasting and fresh fruit rise to the top of the list. Kristina’s family has operated a fruit farm for four generations. July is cherry season, always a treat! There’s nothing quite like picking … More Michigan Memories