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
Honestly? Everything we tried. We’ve been following Ceetay on Instagram for 2 years and their food photos are almost good enough to eat so we made a date to try the real thing. The sushi, noodle, and Asian fusion restaurant located at 129 Alexander Avenue has been the main—if not sole—source of a taste of the east in the South Bronx for more than 5 years. Co-owner Amir Chayon, an Israeli immigrant.. Read More
Ceetay Asian fusion restaurant is celebrating its 5th year in business with $5 appetizers all week through to next week, Wednesday the 31st. We can’t think of a better way to spend a spring day than with delicious, fresh seafood.
Never been? Check them out on Instagram @ceetay_bx to see just why you should be excited.
Chef Tony Scarpati started cooking in his family’s Michelin-acclaimed restaurant when he was 9—one of the perks of growing up in Italy. Today, the chef, food educator and creator of “Ask Chef Tony” regularly makes the 1hr trip in from Westchester to The Bronx’s famed Arthur Avenue to shop ingredients for his Italian-Mediterranean cuisine—especially seafood. He’s been a faithful customer of Randazzo’s Seafood for about 20 years citing freshness, variety, and the usual and unusual.. Read More
It’s a seafood Saturday this weekend at Charlie’s Bar & Kitchen with their 2nd annual Crawfish Boil! Enjoy deliciously fresh Crawfish and more food while overlooking our beautiful borough from the CKB rooftop.
It’s all you can eat until food runs out at $30 per person.
New Bronx restaurants are always welcomed. They mean more culinary options for residents and visitors, and that’s rarely ever a bad thing. In the past year, a few eateries have set up kitchen in The Bx with plates as diverse as the borough’s population. So if you haven’t already, get to know them. You may just discover your next new favorite spot in the following pages. And if you do, we know exactly what you should order. (more…)