A Super Upsetting Cookbook About Sandwiches
There are so many cookbooks on every specific subject—from authentic Mexican to TV show-inspired and cannabis. But it's the books that capture the authoring chef's psyche and essence that actually get re-read on the regular (the others stay on...
Louis Pretty Serves Up Design and Pastrami in Berlin
Restaurateur trio Oskar Melzer, James Ardinast and David Ardinast (behind Stanley Diamond and Maxie Eisen in Frankfurt) have just opened their latest venture, this time in Berlin. Like its predecessors, Louis Pretty takes its name from a historic...
Alici di Menaica Anchovies
Only a small pocket of fishermen on the Cilento coast of Italy still catch anchovies in the ancient Menaica technique, named for the nets they use. Their process epitomizes the concept of slow food, and involves a nightly excursion with the special...
Butcher and Bee
Located on the fringe of Upper King Street, Butcher and Bee is one of the latest additions to the burgeoning neighborhood, featuring an artisanal menu of seasonal fare in combination with a unique DIY setting. B&B caters to neighborhood locals and...
Run by a charming French expat, La Sandwicherie makes deliciously fresh sandwiches, best eaten at their picnic table seating. Open until 5am, it's a great spot to hit up after a night out on South Beach or really anytime you're craving a Euro-inspired...
Picnic with your favorite person and share a sandwich created by Bay area chef Rebecca Stevens, whose new book features 36 original recipes for savory "sammies" alongside illustrations by Nabil Samadani.
Word Of Mouth: London Street Food
While NYC has been loudly blazing the trail for a Twitter-hyped food truck revolution for some time, across the pond London is gradually creating its own community of street food vendors through a more stealth blend of social media, word of mouth and...