Yoga & Chill: Outdoor Fitness Events to Attend & Where to Eat Healthy After

July is here even though a lot of our summer bodies aren’t. However, now that the temps in New York are hitting a high for the summer, it’s time to start wearing less and going out more, which is probably the best reason to do outdoor fitness. You’re gonna sweat anyway. You might as well earn it by burning a couple calories, and enjoying the open air, greenery, and company of new friends at.. Read More

Bronx Narratives Day Party Kicks Off Summer ’16 at Gun Hill Brewery

Bronx Narratives started their site over a year ago to give residents uptown a platform for telling their stories with the help of the people who know them best — fellow Bronxites. This past Saturday, June 11th, the team kicked off summer early in the north east at Gun Hill Brewery with a food and drink-fueled day party. Hip-hop and reggae tunes filled the air inside and outside of the brewery, where it.. Read More

5 More Hilarious Food Instagrams to Follow

Next to a meal, a laugh is our favorite thing to have. But a full table isn’t the only place where you can get both at the same time. We’ve featured funny food-based Instagram accounts before and now we’re serving seconds. We’ve rounded up another set of hilarious foodie ‘grams for even more edible puns, crazy captions, and miniature foodies who love to eat more then you do. Start the.. Read More

The Boozy Bronx Brunch Guide 2016

Since our first guide to brunching in The Bronx, a number of new spots have emerged that offer everything from chorizos and eggs to churros and shrimp. Spring might be playing hide and seek, but the booze at these brunches are ready and waiting for you this weekend in unlimited supply. Here is your brunch guide to The Bronx in 2016.   CABO Photo Credit: Instagram Features: $8 unlimited sangrias and mimosas Hours: Sat &.. Read More

Late Night Food Crawl to Cơm tấm Ninh-Kiều Bx Vietnamese Restaurant

There’s that saying “nothing good happens after midnight”. The restaurant version of that would be ‘nothing good comes out the kitchen before closing’. You might get reheated pasta, you might get a truncated menu. Anything can happen. But when we found Com tam Ninh-Kieu on Yelp Saturday night at 7:30pm—an hour before close—we made the bet because of its 4 star rating.   It’s the kind of place you’d only.. Read More

Reducing Food Waste: Cooking Veggie Stir Fry with Morrisania WIC

According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, “as much as 40% of the food produced in the U.S. never gets eaten” and “Americans throw away $165B worth of food every year”. Those are hard numbers to swallow considering how many families in the country, in neighborhoods like The Bronx, live in food insecure households. That’s why when the Bronx Food Blog teamed up with Morrisania WIC this month to celebrate.. Read More

Riverdale’s Farm-to-Table MOSS Cafe Is a ‘January Eaters’ Place

Whether you made an official resolution or not, January is a fresh start to make the extra effort to eat healthy. Fortunately, at Moss Cafe in Riverdale, every month is January on their menu.   The organic, farm-to-table kosher cafe and expresso bar has been open less than a year but it already has a loyal base of customers. Funded from a very successful Kickstarter campaign, Emily Weisberg set out to open.. Read More

6 Bronx-Born Celebs & Their Favorite Foods to Start Awards Season

The People’s Choice Awards kicks off the 2016 awards season, followed by the Golden Globes on Sunday. If there’s one thing The Bronx can produce, other than hip-hop and hot sauce, it’s Hollywood celebrities. There are lots of stars, past and present, who were born right here in our borough and they love to eat as much as we do because, well…food is life! So in honor of this awards season, we’re spotlighting.. Read More

10 Lucky Food Traditions for Wealth & Health in the New Year

Our hopes are usually as high as our glasses at the start of the New Year. We’re ripe to usher in a year of prosperity and success. That’s why cultures around the world use old traditions to increase their odds for happiness in a New Year. Lots of those traditions include food as countless legends, folklore and superstitions have established a clear connection between filling our pockets through our bellies. These lucky foods are.. Read More

BRAC’s Frattura Pop-Up Kitchen Gives Us a Taste of the Arts

An art performance, a pop-up kitchen and artisanal Italian ingredients came together on Saturday, November 7th at speciality Italian food importer Gustiamo‘s West Farms warehouse to present “Frattura”.   Facilitated by the Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) and performed by multi-media artists Leon Johnson and Audra Wolowiec, “Frattura” was an interactive art experience focused on the breaking of Candele pasta in preparation for cooking. Audience members were invited up to the.. Read More

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