Celebrate cultures and cooking, historic meals and markets, and moments in our lives that we mark with food—as well as the ingredients that we have discovered and shaped over the course of thousands of years. As this exhibition takes visitors on a journey of growing, transporting, cooking, eating, and celebrating food, it also examines contemporary issues of environmental and human health, food security, and feeding the world’s growing population today and tomorrow.
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street (between 77th and 81st Streets) New York, NY 10024 (212) 769-5200 Visit website Directions
Subway: B, C to 81st Street – Museum of Natural History
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American Museum of Natural History The largest natural history…
I went out with a couple of friends last week and ended up at ERA. We ordered two Hookahs. One of the Hookah’s was not working well. That fine, it happens but the server did not come to check on us. We were the only one of two parties in the place so it was not as if they were busy. I had to go all the ways…
June 15th 2011: On a trip to South Street Seaport NY with my family on June 14th 2011, we decided to have lunch at Cabana located at Pier 17.
One of the dishes we ordered was “Arroz Con Pollo”. While eating I began chewing on something that felt odd. After pulling it out of my mouth it turned out to be a large piece of plastic that was yellow in color same as that of the rice.
I notified the waiter and subsequently asked him to notify the manager. The manager came around and stood at my table and just looked at us. We were trying to figure out…
This eatery is conveniently located on Metropolitan Ave in Forest Hills adjacent to the oldest independent movie theatre in Queens, Cinemart Cinemas. In fact the café and theatre are operated by the same company.
Out for a Sunday brunch, we decided to try this café. Sad to say, we were gravely disappointed with our meals.
We opted for the Old Fashioned Chicken Wrap and Cheese Ravioli. Both dishes lacked flavor and I would even go as far to say that the Ravioli was spoiled.
I would not recommend this eatery under any circumstance. If you want to use the movie theatre as it is never too crowded and…
Spiced Restaurant serves Indo Chinese, Thai and Indian Cuisine.
Located on Ditmars Blvd in the heart of Astoria, this trendy establishment is sure to get your taste buds going but be careful, if you like a good beer or wine, you will be disappointed. Spiced does not have liquor license after almost two years of opening its doors.
The décor is urban contemporary down to the plates but for some reason Spiced does not set their tables with utensils. I had to request them. The waiter forgot to bring them out with our appetizers.
The evening I attend, no more than three tables were occupied and it seemed like…
This eatery is located in Astoria New York and serves up some delicious Thai cuisine.
At first I was hesitant to try this restaurant as I did not want to disappoint my taste buds on a Friday evening after a hard week’s work.
But you will be anything but disappointed. The ambiance is soft and gives you laidback feeling of being in a lounge. You will definitely feel relax and welcomed by the Buddha at the door.
For appetizer, we had the Spicy Calamari, Bangkok Wings and various Sesame Dumplings. For the main course we had the Red Curry and Pad Thai. We wanted to try more but…
Located in the heart of Richmond Hill Queens, Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn and Jamaica Queens, this West Indian Bakery chain has been around for more than two decades.
Famous for their tasty cheese rolls and wide variety of pastries, this eatery serves up Guyanese style breakfast, lunch and dinner for the hungry soul that misses home.
Plan ahead to wait on line as this restaurant is more often than not packed with people waiting for a taste of Guyana.
At the Richmond Hill location, you will need to get a ticket and listen for your number to be called before being served.
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays plan ahead for a 20 minutes wait…
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