Bryan KimNYC Senior Staff Writer
Bryan showed up one day to snake out our drain, and he never left. He’s an enigma wrapped in duck prosciutto, which is why he smells like duck prosciutto. Hobbies include skiing and fencing. His hobbies do not, however. He’s from Seattle, and if he could only eat one food for the rest of his life he’d be upset and confused. Bryan’s previous employers include Dr. Ian Bell DDS, The Gap, and Le Bernardin.
NYC Reopening Report: Carbone’s First Night Of Outdoor Dining
NYC Reopening Report: Carbone’s First N...
For my first outdoor dining experience of Phase 2, I had a $69 veal parm at Carbone. It was surprisingly calm.
136 NYC Restaurants Where You Can Eat Outside Today
136 NYC Restaurants Where You Can Eat O...
A running list of re-opened NYC restaurants with space for you to eat and drink outside.
If you need a little help remembering that it’s summer, here are six drinks to help you experience the full aura of July.
Three Cocktails To Make With Summer Produce
Three Cocktails To Make With Summer Pro...
You can add fruits, vegetables, herbs to most cocktails. Here’s how to make a Watermelon Margarita, Snap Pea Gimlet, & Strawberry Basil Daiquiri.
A Watermelon Margarita is summer in a glass, and if you’ve never made one yourself, your life is about to improve.
Our Strawberry Basil Daiquiri is a slightly sweet, complex drink that tastes like something you’d have to pay too much money for at a cocktail bar.
A snap pea pod is actually a fruit - and it works especially well in a Gimlet.
How to make 4 of our favorite rum cocktails: a Mojito, a Dark & Stormy, Rum Punch, and a Rum Old Fashioned.
Remember when you were a kid, and you used to mix a bunch of fountain drinks in one paper cup? That’s sort of the impulse behind a Rum Punch.
A proper Mojito is a time-consuming drink. But it’s entirely worth it if you’re looking for a refreshing, complex, sweet, and fizzy cocktail.
The Dark & Stormy is a rum cocktail that requires only three ingredients, and tastes like it should be a lot harder to make.