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Free Yoga, Hip-Hop, Salsa and More at Mind-Builders for Heart Healthy Month

Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center, located at 3415 Olinville Ave, has partnered with Montefiore Hospital for a series of free adult fitness and dance classes to celebrate Heart Healthy Month this February. View the schedule, invite friends, and attend a free yoga or dance class!   Yoga for Health & Stress Reduction – Beginners welcome! Sat. Feb. 3rd and Feb. 10th – 2:30-3:30pm Tues. Feb. 13th and 20th – 7:00-8:15 pm.. Read More

Bronx Restaurants with the Best Views to Watch the Snowfall

Winter days were made for binging Netflix series (we’re currently obsessed with Dark, FYI) and blanketing yourself into a burrito. But in the chance NYC is not experiencing sub-zero temperatures or a snow bomb cyclone, an evening out at one of The Bronx’s best restaurants and cafes with a view could make for an enchanting dinner or coffee date watching the flurries. What do we consider the best kind of view?.. Read More

Celebrity Chefs Presidential Brunch at Nobodys Pizza Tomorrow!

Remember Courtney Harris? He’s the former chef to Lala and Carmelo Anthony and the chef who’s brunch menu we enjoyed at Nobodys Pizza two weeks ago. He’s going to be back at the restaurant tomorrow with former chef to our former president, Jordan Lynn Traylor. Traylor is visiting from Atlanta for the weekend. Harris will be giving her a tour of NYC’s culinary scene and that, of course, includes The.. Read More

Everything We Know About La Grata Becoming Nobodys Pizza (with Brunch)

A little more than a year ago we received an invitation to a tasting celebrating the opening of a new southern Italian-style pizzeria, La Grata, in Port Morris. It was in a prime location, the food was great, and the space—floor to ceiling windows, black wood furniture, and an exposed kitchen—was obviously attractive. So we were surprised to find out that La Grata was no more because it had been taken over by.. Read More

Inside The Casa Restaurant & Lounge Relaunch After a Tough Two Years

Casa Restaurant & Lounge opened at 3607 E Tremont Ave in November 2015 with hopes of bringing something new to the neighborhood. It’s an origin story we hear a lot. Though we’re less used to hearing about the kinds of  challenges that can kill even the best restaurant businesses like the challenge of changing the menu with the chef, finding the right team synergy, or being the new kid in.. Read More

Savor The Bronx 2017 Preview Teases a Taste of the Week with Porto Salvo

Savor The Bronx 2017 Restaurant Week returns for its seventh year this November 6th through November 17th. The 12-day event will feature over 30 participating eateries, including seasoned favorites like Ceetay and Jake’s Steakhouse, as well as newly minted members of the culinary scene uptown like Habanero Mexican Cuisine and Porto Salvo—which hosted and catered the 2017 Savor The Bronx preview on Monday, October 30, along with Chelsea Craft Brewing Company and.. Read More

Halloween 2017 Guide: Where to Find Bites & Boos Uptown (UPDATED!)

It feels like we’ve been celebrating Halloween all year long. A lot of masks have come off, fortunately they’re always only optional. Halloween 2017 falls on a Tuesday so most people will be on the prowl for a good time this weekend, starting tomorrow. We may be biased but the best places to celebrate will be wherever there’s food. Costumes aside, there’s nothing scarier than a hangry human! Scroll on for a roundup.. Read More

News Roundup: Keyfood Opens in Melrose, Baldor Launched a Meal Kit

A new Keyfood in Melrose celebrated its grand opening in The Bronx last Friday, October 6th. The grocery store is located at 760 Melrose. The store’s manager says he understands the diversity of the neighborhood and if customers want specific items from the Caribbean he will get them in. [Bronx News 12] Bronx-based Baldor Specialty Foods has joined the meal kit business. The wholesale food supplier launched a line of.. Read More

This Is How You Order from a Jamaican Food Shop Like a Local

As with anything, the serving of authentic cultural cuisines and street foods gets iterated on time after time to share the same great tastes in reimagined recipes and curated decor. In the case of Jamaican food, think the likes of Miss Lily’s, Negril or Ripe Kitchen & Bar. However, members of the diaspora opt for local mom and pop take-out restaurants for a true taste of home when it comes to eating out.. Read More

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