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Sushi Samba se uitvoerende sjef stel Hirohisa bekend in die SoHo van New York

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Sjef Hirohisa Hayashi, voormalige uitvoerende sjef by Sushi Samba en eienaar van Hibino, 'n buurtrestaurant in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, het op sy eie uitgebreek met 'n nuwe, slanke Japannese restaurant wat gepas genoem word Hirohisa in die SoHo -woonbuurt in New York.

Die konsep agter die restaurant is redelik eenvoudig en tradisioneel Japannees. Dit oefen kappo kookkuns, wat kooktegnieke soos kook, braai, braai, stoom en braai ten toon stel. Sjef Hayashi het aan The Daily Meal verduidelik dat dit ook beteken dat kliënte die sjef kan inspan om aan hom sy voorkeure, afkeure en dieetbeperkings te verduidelik.

'N Ander aspek van die restaurant in kappo-styl is dat al die kos vars en seisoenaal is. Die sjef koop sy vis en produkte daagliks by plaaslike verskaffers in 'n poging om unieke omgeregte maaltye vir sy kliënte te skep.

Byvoorbeeld, op die somerspyskaart word items soos die stadig gebraaide Hudson Magret Duck-slaai en die sesam-tofu met seekoei aangebied. Wat in die herfs kom, verduidelik die sjef, is geregte wat sampioene en makriel wat uit Japan ingevoer word, ten toon stel.

'Ons doen baie tradisionele kookkuns', het die sjef opgemerk en bygevoeg dat die spyskaart die plaaslike kos weerspieël wat in sy geboortestad, Echizen, Japan, gemaak word, waar hulle sushi-sushi in die westkus beoefen. Tydens die proses word die sushi in 'n boks gedruk, met die rys aan die onderkant en die vis bo-op, leg hy uit, wat verskil van die Ooskus-styl wat stukke van nigiri produseer.

Terwyl gaste vir vis na Hirohisa kan kom, kan hulle ter wille daarvan bly.

Die sjef maak nie net al die maaltye in die oop kombuis wat gaste kan sien nie, hy het ook jare lank sy eie onthalwe gemaak wat hy op die drankieslys bedien. As 'n gesertifiseerde sake -sommelier het Hayashi drie jaar lank sy eie pruime -sake verouder en bied dit in drie variëteite: kruisement, shiso en kokuto. Alhoewel die spyskaart spog met 'n verskeidenheid bier- en wynopsies, is die onthalwe op die rotse of bedien met koeldrank 'n ware spesialiteit.

Om die ete af te rond, bied die sjef elke aand twee nageregte aan. Tans bedien hy perske -kompote sowel as 'n nagereg gemaak met Asiatiese pere. Hy glo dat hy met hierdie twee seisoenale vrugte versigtig van die somer tot die herfs deur sy spyskaart beweeg.

Die restaurant self is tipies outentiek. Van die washi-papier wat gebruik is om die handgemaakte spyskaarte te vervaardig tot die messe en keramiek wat in die oop kombuis vertoon word, word byna alles vanaf Echizen na New York vervoer, 'n trots vir die sjef.


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'Dit was nog altyd vir my belangrik om terug te gee aan die restaurantbedryf en behoeftiges. In 2016, saam met my dogter Louise, Ek het Food Dreams gestig, 'n stigting sonder winsbejag wat daarop gemik is om passievolle individue regoor die wêreld te help om toegang tot kulinêre opleiding en loopbaangeleenthede in die restaurantbedryf te kry wat andersins buite bereik sou wees. Omdat skole egter sedert die begin van die pandemie min of meer gesluit is, het ons hierdie jaar die geld gebruik om produkte te koop om aan Food Bank in New York te skenk. Ons het sakke pantry -krammetjies soos rys, lensies, tamaties, bevrore vleis en aartappels aan gesinne in nood voorsien. Een sak bevat genoeg om 'n gesin van vier vir 'n week te voed. Ons het dit in Mei 2020 begin doen, en dit het aan die einde van die jaar gegaan. Toe ons ook aankondig dat ons die restaurante in Maart verlede jaar sluit, het ons ons yskaste leeggemaak en al die kos aan ons personeel gegee. Dit was 'n wonderlike oomblik, met die wete dat ons ons span voor 'n ontsaglike tyd kon help. Ons het ook 'n sterk verhouding met ons boere behou, deur die hele pandemie van hulle bly koop en hulle ondersteun op elke moontlike manier, hetsy op sosiale media of via mond tot mond. "

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True Residential is 'n afdeling van True Manufacturing Company. Vir meer as 70 jaar was True 'n leier in die bedryf op die gebied van kommersiële verkoeling. Huiseienaars kan dieselfde kwaliteit ervaar met True Residential, 'n luukse verkoelingmerk met kommersiële DNA wat vir die huis verfyn is. Die residensiële reeks is met die hand gemaak in die VSA met dieselfde noukeurige aandag aan die kwaliteit en detail wat die professionele persone in die bedryf benodig, en bevat groot yskaste, yskaste, wynkolomme en dranksentrums en binne-/buite-wynkaste, yskaste, dranksentrums, yskaste, bierhouers en ysmasjiene.

LATOxLATO

LATOxLATO maak hul wêreldwye debuut tydens die Milan Design Week 2019 by Wallpaper* Handmade, en is die geesteskind van twee jong argitekte, Francesco Breganze en Virginia Valentini (voorheen onderskeidelik by Lotek en Bonetti Kozerski). Vennote in die lewe en die handel, hulle ontwerp meubels en voorwerpe wat deurdring is met chique persoonlikheid en Italiaanse erfenis, en kombineer beide vorm en funksie op 'n naatlose manier. Baie omgee vir die proses en waardeer die belangrikheid daarvan om werklik in Italië gemaak te word, en elke produk word handgemaak in die buurt van hul huis in Vicenza deur vakmanne met mikro-streekstradisies wat al generasies lank hul kuns beoefen met die beste materiaal. Alles word met groot sorg en detail oorweeg en gemaak, selfs tot by die verpakking van die produkte.

American Society of Interior Designers

Die American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), wat in 1975 gestig is, is die oudste en grootste organisasie wat die interieurontwerpbedryf ondersteun. ASID bied lidmaatskap vir ontwerpers in elke loopbaanfase, insluitend studente, vervaardigers en verskaffers van ontwerpprodukte. ASID bied ook verskeie deurlopende leerprogramme, navorsings- en beursinisiatiewe en ontwerppublikasies vir die gemeenskap.

Salone del Mobile Milano

Salone Internazionale del Mobile.Milano (Milan ’s International Furniture Fair) is een van die mees verwagte jaarlikse ontwerpgeleenthede ter wêreld. Dit is in 1961 gestig as 'n middel om Italiaanse meubel- en meubeluitvoere te bevorder en het sedertdien gegroei tot meer as 300 000 handelsbesoekers en meer as 1300 vervaardigers van regoor die wêreld. Die hoofbeurs van 'n week gaan gepaard met tweejaarlikse geleenthede soos EuroLuce en SaloneUficio, sowel as SaloneSatellite saamgestel deur bekende internasionale kunstenaars, jong ontwerpers en argitekte, wat sake en kultuur saamsmelt.

DIFFA

DIFFA, Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, verhoog bewustheid en verleen fondse aan organisasies wat MIV/VIGS beveg deur behandeling en direkte sorg te bied vir mense wat met die siekte ly of geraak word, en bied voorkomende opvoedingsprogramme aan vir bevolkings wat 'n risiko loop vir infeksie, of openbare beleidsinisiatiewe ondersteun. DIFFA is een van die grootste befondsers van MIV/VIGS -diens- en opvoedingsprogramme in die Verenigde State en mobiliseer die enorme hulpbronne en kreatiwiteit van die ontwerpgemeenskap. Sedert sy stigting in 1984, het DIFFA ontstaan ​​uit 'n voetsoolvlakorganisasie tot 'n nasionale stigting in New York, met hoofstukke en gemeenskapsvennote regoor die land wat saam meer as $ 41 miljoen aan honderde MIV/VIGS -organisasies landwyd voorsien het.

HBF onthul die opsetlikheid van ontwerp in alles wat hulle maak deur aandag aan detail en onberispelike diens. Hulle kundigheid kom uit die begrip van hoe meubels verhoudings tussen mense, omgewings en voorwerpe skep - 'n holistiese perspektief vir leef en werk. HBF, wat deel uitmaak van 'n erfenis van tweehonderd jaar in die vervaardiging van meubels in Noord-Carolina, produseer baie van sy produkte plaaslik in Hickory, NC. volhoubaarheid.

Menslik

Humanscale is die voorste ontwerper en vervaardiger van ergonomiese produkte wat gesondheid en gemak in die werkplek en daarbuite bevorder. Deur te bewys dat die beste ontwerpe gebaseer is op doel en funksie, ondersteun Humanscale se innoverende reeks selfaanpassende sitplekke, sit/staan ​​lessenaars, monitorarms en taakbeligting die menslike liggaam en bevorder 'n aktiewe leefstyl. As deel van hierdie missie om beweging te ondersteun en te inspireer, het Humanscale tegnologie geïntegreer met 'n deskundige ergonomiese ontwerp, wat die intelligente werkruimte skep.

Humanscale werk saam met die beste industriële ontwerpers en ingenieurs ter wêreld en los funksionele probleme so eenvoudig en elegant moontlik op. Prestasie, eenvoud en lang lewe is die kern van Humanscale se ontwerpbeginsels. Mense streef na 'n netto-positiewe impak deur die verbruik van die beperkte hulpbronne van die aarde tot 'n minimum te beperk en bevorder omgewingsvolhoubaarheid deur sy werk met die WWF en die VN Global Compact. Humanscale -produkte is met meer prestasies vereer met talle gesogte toekennings en het verskyn in museums soos The Museum of Modern Art en die Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.

Brooklyn Designs / Brooklyn Kamer van Koophandel

BROOKLYN DESIGNS is die voorste ontwerpgeleentheid in Brooklyn met 'n deursnit van ontwerp, argitektuur en kuns. Dit is gestig deur die Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce in 2003, en was een van die eerste ontwerpskoue wat 'n kollig op die kreatiewe ekonomie in Brooklyn gevestig het, en dien as 'n broeikas vir opkomende ontwerpers, sowel as 'n platform vir gevestigde handelsmerke wat 'n reeks kreatiewe produkte in meubels, beligting, eetgerei, kuns, tekstiele en juweliersware.

Stylex

Stylex vervaardig al meer as 60 jaar meubels vir die moderne werkplek, met sorg vir die balans tussen estetika, prestasie, waarde en diens. 'N Ontwerpgedrewe, vindingryke gees het daartoe gelei dat die onderneming met topontwerpers saamgewerk het en meubelstukke gelewer het wat skoonheid en funksie by elke ruimte voeg. Stylex ontwerp al sy produkte vir 'n lang, nuttige lewensduur deur kwaliteitmateriaal te gebruik wat duursaamheid en volhoubaarheid bevorder.

NeoCon

NeoCon®, wat in die historiese Merchandise Mart -gebou in Chicago gehou word, is die grootste ontwerp -uitstalling en konferensie vir kommersiële interieurs in Noord -Amerika, wat jaarliks ​​deur meer as 40 000 argitektuur- en ontwerpers bygewoon word. NeoCon debuteer in 1969. NeoCon word vandag met meer as 1 miljoen vierkante voet vertoonlokaal en uitstalruimtes beskou as die grootste vakskou in sy soort in Noord -Amerika. Met meer as drie dae se ononderbroke hulpbronne, insluitend toegang tot die nuutste en mees innoverende produkte en 'n wye verskeidenheid opvoedkundige en netwerkgeleenthede, is NeoCon die belangrikste bedryfsgebeurtenis van die jaar en 'n eenmalige bestemming.

Merchandise Mart


Merchandise Mart Properties, Inc., 'n afdeling van Vornado Realty Trust, is 'n toonaangewende eienaar en operateur van geïntegreerde vertoonlokale en kantoorgeboue en beursfasiliteite, wat elke jaar kopers en verkopers bymekaar bring deur markgeleenthede, handel en verbruikersvertonings en konferensies. Sy hoofkwartier is geleë in die Merchandise Mart -gebou, die grootste kommersiële gebou en groothandelsentrum ter wêreld, en een van die voorste internasionale sakelokale in Chicago.

Italiaanse handelsagentskap

Die Italiaanse handelsagentskap is die regeringsvereniging wat handels- en sakegeleenthede tussen Italië en buitelandse markte bevorder. Die Italiaanse teëlsentrum by die Italiaanse handelsagentskap werk al dekades lank in noue samewerking met Confindustria Ceramica (die Vereniging van Italiaanse Keramiek) om Italiaanse keramiekteëls deur middel van 'n verskeidenheid aktiwiteite en dienste aan die Noord -Amerikaanse mark te bevorder.

Duravit

Duravit, wat in 1817 in die hartjie van die Swartwoud van Duitsland gestig is, is 'n toonaangewende verskaffer van sanitêre keramiek, badkamermeubels, bubbelbaddens, bykomstighede en welsynsidees. Duravit werk in 60 lande en werk saam met bekende ontwerpers soos Philippe Starck, Phoenix Design, EOOS, Norman Foster en Sieger Design. Die handelsmerk is gesog vir vooruitskouende en bekroonde produkte wat die badkamer lewendig maak. Stateside, Duravit lei sy kategorie deur 'n opwindende mengsel van promosies en geleenthede, waaronder die Duravit Designer Dream Bath Competition, Duravit Design Week, Klub Duravit en 'n tweejaarlikse reis na die hoofkwartier van die Duravit Black Forest.

Ontwerp-kalender

'N Blog wat in 2004 deur Novità begin is, Ontwerp-kalender deel nuus en insigte oor gebeurtenisse in die ontwerpbedryf en bekendstellings wat plaaslik en oorsee plaasvind. In samewerking met die webwerf, die eSPY nuusbrief maak bewustheid van die belangrikste bedryfsgebeurtenisse wat gedurende die maand in die VSA en internasionaal plaasvind.

Culture.pl

Culture.pl is die mees omvattende bron van kennis oor Poolse kultuur, met inligting oor die opwindendste Poolse kulturele geleenthede wêreldwyd. Benewens die aanbiedings vir geleenthede vir Pole en daarna, spog dit ook met 'n magdom kunstenaarsbios, resensies, essays en profiele van kulturele instellings. 'N Spesiale afdeling vir Poolse ontwerp bevat inligting oor die nuutste tendense, werke en projekte. Culture.pl is operated by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, which aims to strengthen Polish cultural impact and benefit international cultural exchange. Culture.pl recently brought NASZ, an exhibit of Polish art and design, to WantedDesign NYC for its US debut.

Coverings

Coverings is the largest and most important ceramic tile and natural stone trade fair and expo in the United States. It features exhibitors from more than 35 countries and is the stage for introducing some of the most innovative tile and stone products in the world. Every year, Novità Communications works with Confindustria Ceramica (the Italian Association of Ceramics) to organize and promote the Ceramics of Italy Pavilion, which contains a 3,000 square-foot central stand and over 50 exhibits from Italy’s leading tile manufacturers.

Cersaie

Cersaie is the world’s premier exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings in Bologna, Italy. Organized by Edi.Cer SpA and promoted by Confindustria Ceramica in collaboration with BolognaFiere, the show attracts nearly 1,000 exhibitors from over 30 countries and over 75,000 visitors each year. It also features a robust conference program, “Building, Dwelling, Thinking,” for which hundreds of prominent speakers including Renzo Piano, Shigeru Ban, and Patricia Urquiola have taken the stage.

Ceramics of Italy

Ceramics of Italy is the institutional brand name for the Italian ceramics sector, which for 40 years has been representing and promoting Italian ceramic companies worldwide. It is a trademark for manufacturers of ceramic tiles, sanitaryware and tableware that are members of Confindustria Ceramica (the Italian Association of Ceramics). Only products bearing this logo come with the Made-in-Italy promise of exceptional quality, innovative design, unparalleled technical performance, decades of groundbreaking R&D, and production methods that are deeply respectful of the environment.

Architecture & Design Film Festival

Founded in 2009 by architect Kyle Bergman, the Architecture & Design Film Festival celebrates the creative spirit that drives architecture and design. Through a curated selection of films, events, and panel discussions, ADFF creates an opportunity to educate, entertain, and engage all types of people who are excited about architecture and design. It has grown into one of the largest film festivals devoted to the subject with annual festivals throughout the U.S. and Canada and satellite events around the world.

NY Luxury Design Fair

The NY Luxury Design Fair is an annual four-day event showcasing exceptional furnishings from hundreds of leading brands and up-and-coming independent makers, all representing the best in the luxury interiors and design market. From furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories and textiles, to kitchens, baths, tile, hardware, and outdoor offerings, it offers consumers, architects, designers, and other design professionals an unparalleled array of the best the luxury design industry has to offer. The fair will be held at the Javits Center in New York and will be co-located with The Armory Show, the city’s essential art fair and portal into the world’s foremost international galleries. The NY Luxury Design Fair is produced by theMART, a Vornado Property.


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The word on Wall Street

GO US:Tales of New York City’s financial district make for a compelling if somewhat sobering walking tour, writes ALANNA GALLAGHER, terwyl SEÁN FLYNNdiscovers just what makes the Big Apple such an attractive destination for Irish visitors

IN THE movie Wall Street Money Never SleepsMichael Douglas reprises his role as Gordon Gekko, he who uttered the immortal and some would say immoral words “greed is good”. After a long stint in jail he emerges somewhat chastened. Now author of a book, he is on a mission to alert the financial community to the coming doom. Greed got greedier, he tells an audience at a book launch.

The city’s capitalist heart has already inspired numerous writers and its recent financial crash prompted Andrew Luan, a former vice president at Deutsche Bank, to set up The Wall Street Experience, a walking tour that sifts through the fiscal debris while exploring the financial district’s landmark architecture. the zombie banks and other cadavers of the financial world while exploring the financial district’s landmark architecture. And it’s attracting rubberneckers in their droves.

The tour starts at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), sadly no longer open to the public. Tom Comerford is our guide. A giant of a man whose family originally came from Co Wexford, he too worked in finance, in Goldman Sachs, albeit in the presentation graphics department. Also a professional opera singer, he can project his voice so you hear every nuanced detail, adding drama to even the most mundane detail.

Across from the NYSE is Downtown, a condominium by Philippe Starck whose footprint includes the five-storey building at 23 Wall Street, the originally headquarters of JP Morgan’s banking operations. A ghostly grey 1,900-piece Louis XV chandelier that hung in the main banking hall has been installed in the lobby at Broad Street. It hovers spectrally, a reminder of past, present and perhaps future crises.

While luxury goods boutiques Tiffany, Hermes and alpha watch outlet Tourbillon line the street, conspicuous consumption is very much a thing of the past here. These days bankers and traders ask for brown paper bags to hide their high-end purchases.

THERE IS A dearth of financial types visible on the street. This is because they dine at their desks, explains Luan, who joins the tour at Deutsche Bank headquarters, his former employer. This is where he worked a $1 billion trading desk, dealing in structured credit bonds, specifically collateralised debt obligations or CDOs, which he describes as “a toxic asset, a weapon of mass destruction”. He calls them “Frankenstein securities”, amassed from “garbage or dead body parts” to make “an amazing superhuman”. It was, he says, “making gold from garbage”.

With that he produces the first page of an indenture, a term that mere mortals are familiar with from news broadcasts but limited in our understanding of how they work. This one was issued in October 2006 and due to mature in November 2046. The details are blacked-out but he explains the different levels of risk buy-in. The top tranche was rated triple A by credit agencies Standard and Poor’s, Fitch and Moody’s, names lamentably familiar to Irish visitors. When a notice of default came one year later, the triple-A rated investor received 20 cents in the dollar. The double-A rated investor got nothing.

“The technology of securitisation meant credit now had a shadow banking system, which eliminated moral hazard, meaning that the person selling you the product didn’t need to care whether you were good for the money or not,” he explains. Pension funds lost 80 per cent. Does he feel guilty? No, a great systemic collapse is what caused the crash, is all he says.

The tour is a cautionary trail through history cycles of greed. While standing outside insurance giant AIG’s former headquarters, Comerford takes you through its near-collapse and government rescue. The building is now for sale.

Nearby, 40 Wall Street, also known as the Trump Building, is notable for what it was briefly – the world’s tallest building, but its title was shortlived. The Chrysler Building, under construction at the same time, superseded it. In 1931, the Empire State Building surpassed them both.

The boom for building high into the sky illustrates what Luan calls the “Skyscraper Trade”. “When high skyscrapers are being built, optimism is at an all-time high and credit is loose. It’s also an indicator that things are overheating. This happens again in the early 1970s with the construction of towers one and two of the World Trade Center which was followed by the oil crisis, again in the dot-com boom with Kuala Lumpar’s Petronas and in 2008 with Shanghai’s World Financial Centre.”

It is food for thought. Even the bronze Charging Bullof Wall Street has a financial story to tell. Created by artist Arturo Di Modica following the 1987 stock market crash, it was placed under the Christmas tree outside the New York Stock Exchange and gifted to the city by the artist. Standing in full charge on Bowling Green, the oldest part in New York, the sculpture is for sale. The asking price is $1.5 million (€1.1 million), but there’s a catch – it has to stay in situ.

THE LAST STOP is the Federal Reserve where a 90-ton vault door protects one-tenth of the world’s gold from thieves. It is also the site of the Lehman Brothers bailout talks, where, as Comerford puts it, the biggest game of chicken was played as financial institutions tried to get each other to carry the can.

The tour takes place in the shadow of the World Trade Center site. This September will mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. A visit to St Paul’s Chapel, on the corner of Broadway and Fulton, and trauma HQ during those September days provides a very poignant moment.

So what’s next for Wall Street? There needs to be intelligent financial regulation, says trader Thomas Belesis, chief executive of John Thomas Financial and adviser on Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. The character Jake Moore played by Shia LaBeof was based on him. “People got very greedy.”

* The Wall Street Experience walking tour (15 Broad Street, 00-1-212-608-0130, thewall street experience.com).

* You can also visit the Federal Reserve Bank for free by writing in advance. E-mail frbnytours @ny.frb.org or write to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Public Affairs, 33 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10045.

* Wall Street: Money Never Sleepsis available on Blu-ray and DVD on January 31st from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Where to stay, where to eat and where to go in the city that never sleeps

Where to stay

* Holiday Inn. 138 Lafayette Street, 00-1-212-966-8898, hidowntown-nyc.com. Downtown in Soho, this Holiday Inn is recently refurbished, well-located and ideal for families. Rooms from $120 (€88).

* Room Mate Grace. 125 West 45th Street. 00-1-212-354-2323, room-matehotels.com. This is a chic boutique establishment near Times Square and ideal for singletons or couples looking to live it up. Rooms from $196 (€143).

* Gansevoort Hotels. 00-1-646-380-5287, gansevoortpark.com. Blow the budget at Gansevoort Hotels in either achingly hip Meatpacker or on Park Avenue where Dubliner Michael Ryan is director of front office and hospitality is high on the establishment’s checklist. Rooms from $315 (€230).

Where to eat

* Trinity Place. 115 Broadway, 00-1-212-964-0939, trinityplacenyc.com. Lunch may be for wimps but at Trinity Place you will see traders in their own milieu. Housed inside a bank vault in a landmark financial district building, the interior was designed by Dublin-based Brian McDonald of Design Farm.

* The Full Shilling. 160 Pearl Street, 00-1-212-422-3855, thefullshilling.com. In the evenings, off-duty traders retire to The Full Shilling situated on what was the edge of the original island of Manhattan. Nearby Stone Street’s numerous bars are also beacons for the after-work banker and trader.

* Eataly. 200 5th Avenue, 00-1-646-398-5100, eatalyny.com. The latest food market to thrill the palates of New Yorkers is the brainchild of culinary bigwig Oscar Farinetti. Sip champagne at the bar or sample a plate of oysters at this 4,645sq m of mouth-watering space that is based on his venture in Turin.

* Nobu. 105 Hudson Street, 00-1-212-219-0500, noburestaurants.com. Nobu’s celebrity status makes it the preferred choice of traders and bankers. It’s Omakase or chef’s choice starts from $100 (€73) per person at dinner.

* Momofuku Saam Bar. 207 2nd Avenue, 00-1-212-254-3500, momofuku.com. A more reasonably priced option than Nobu where the steamed buns are a must.

* Sushi Samba. 245 Park Avenue, 00-1-212-475-9377, and 87 Seventh Avenue, 00-1-212-691-7885, sushisamba.com. This establishment offers the intriguing mix of Japanese flavours fused with Brazilian cuisine.

Where to go

* Exchange gritty real-life drama for a glossier alternative. Get genuinely star stuck in New York’s theatre district. Al Pacino may have just finished his run in The Merchant of Venice, but Kelsey Grammar stars as Georges in La Cage aux Folles at Broadway’s Longacre Theater, while off Broadway Maggie Gyllenhaal and her husband, Peter Sarsgaard, appear in a new adaptation of Anton Chekov’s Three Sisters. Broadway.com has tickets or you can try getting them on the day of performance at TKTS Times Square, (47th Street at Broadway, 00-1-212-221-0013, tdf.org) at up to 50 per cent off.

* Enjoy one of the most scenic boat rides in the world for free. The Statten Island ferry offers a slice of real New York life and is used by commuters daily. As you depart Manhattan, you will see the Statue of Liberty on the right, with the sleek Verrazano-Narrows Bridge dominating the left. The Manhattan skyline recedes as the Brooklyn Bridge comes into view. Avoid the newer, faster ferries which don’t have an outside deck. The ferry terminal on Peter Minuit Plaza is at the end of South and State streets.

* Morgan Library Museum. 225 Madison Avenue, 00-1-212-685-0008, themorgan.org. In an era of fetishised spontaneous journalism from Tweeting to blogs, The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Livesexhibition shows the random and also considered thoughts of other eras. It features the thoughts of JP Morgan, Bob Dylan, and Sir Walter Scott among others.

* Obscura Antiques and Oddities. 280 East 10th Street, 00-1-212-505-9251, obscuraantiques.blogspot.com. This is a curiosity shop that sells Victorian-style freak show oddities among other collectibles. A great place for browsers.

Why New York is still top of the heap

IT MIGHT SEEM strange to begin a New York review with a hotel recommendation but the comfort, friendliness and, critically, the location of the Hotel Beacon was the key building block of our trip. It is on the Upper West Side close to the Museum of Natural History and Central Park.

It was also across the road from the legendary Fairway Market, the grocery chain dating from the 1930s that has acquired a cult following among foodies. It’s the kind of place you would expect to encounter Woody Allen checking out the Gorgonzola or the fresh melons piled high along the pavement outside.

Maybe we were fortunate. A teacher friend had recommended the Hotel Beacon quite by chance. We discovered that it is a popular choice with Irish people. Apparently, Ireland is the third biggest source of guests for the hotel, after the US and Britain.

So you travel 12,000km, stay on the 23rd floor of a New York skyscraper and find yourself in a hotel where all of the senior staff have proud Irish roots and fond memories of such places as Dublin or Cavan.

To get our bearings, we took a three-hour Circle Line cruise on the Hudson River. It costs $35 (€25) for adults and $22 (€16) for children, but it’s money well spent as it takes you close to such attractions as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Brooklyn Bridge.

Better still, it gives you a sense of the geography of the city. You circumnavigate Manhattan Island and see it all: three rivers, 75 major bridges, five boroughs and more than two dozen famous landmarks.

The best way to get a sense of the city is to amble around. The tourist guides will tell you all human life is there and they are not exaggerating.

In the course of one three-hour walk, we were met with a blizzard of sights and sounds: a rock band playing Tom Petty tunes to well-heeled office workers an ethnic food market two movies in production and a celebration of Korean culture.

You might also pass what they casually call the “world headquarters’’ of most major multinationals, a reminder that you are in the world’s capital city. We took in the usual tourist attractions, some good, some bad.

The Natural History Museum was curiously disappointing even for our starry-eyed 10-year-old. But the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) more than compensated. This presents nothing less than a history of human creativity. You can stroll through a Roman courtyard, introduce yourself to Van Gogh or take the kids to see the wonders of Ancient Egypt.

We spent an entire day at the Met and had time allowed would have gone back for more. One tip: take the lift to the bamboo-encased restaurant on the top floor: it has one of the best views of the New York skyline.

At night, you will find yourself drawn to Times Square. The place was always associated in my mind with the 1976 movie Taxi Driver.Times Square was the epicentre of a toxic, dangerous and amoral world.

Today, the crime and the squalor appear to have been swept away, replaced by sidewalk cafes and chic retail outlets. Crowds still mill around and there is frenzy in the air, but this is a place where you fee safe and secure, even after dark. Could we say the same about O’Connell Street in Dublin?

Taking in a Broadway show is an essential part of the New York experience. Last-minute tickets at discounted prices can be purchased from the ticket booth in Times Square.

We saw the musical Chicagoat the Ambassador Theatre. It was a good choice. Chicago is the kind of big budget, in- your-face show that could only find its true home on Broadway.

It’s a sharp-edged tale of murder, corruption and adultery. Expect top-class acting (kids will recognise many of the stars from various TV dramas ). Better still, its core message – that celebrity is the biggest scam of all – still has a resonance.

On food, the best advice is to avoid the fast-food joints and stay with those famed New York delis. Try a mile-high pastrami sandwich in the Carnegie Deli on 55th Street or break out with a cheesecake at Junior’s deli in Brooklyn.

At night we went to Greenwich village, only to encounter those tourist-trap restaurants with high prices and low quality.

Hells’s Kitchen on the following night was much better. Try Zigolinis, a newly opened pizza bar between 46th and 47th Street, and see trendy New Yorkers taking time out from a day at the office.

That was my first experience in New York and I can’t wait to return. If you are still mulling over a first visit, don’t wait a minute longer. New York is King of the Hill. Top of the Heap. Head of the List. Start spreading the news. – SEÁN FLYNN

* Hotel Beacon is at 2130 Broadway and 75th Street, beaconhotel.com

* Chicagois playing at the Ambassador Theatre, 219 West 49th Street. Tickets from ambassadortheater.com

* Zigolinis is at 675A 9th Avenue, pizzabarnyc.com

What to do: top tips for non-native New Yorkers

Take a taxi. For short trips taxis will work out at about $10 (€7). Great value for a group of four.

Visit John Lennon’s apartment at the Dakota building and walk through the Strawberry Fields in Central Park.

Rent a bike in Central Park.

Buy discounted theatre tickets at a booth in Times Square.

Don’t bother venturing out to those big shopping outlets out of town. New York shopping is just as cheap and much more fun.

Make sure to visit the Met, New York’s number one tourist attraction.

Eat at New York’s famed delis instead of the fast-food joints.

The Official NYC Information Centre at 810 Seventh Avenue is an essential first stop for orientation and advice.

Buy a New York Pass, which offers discounts on entry to all major tourist attractions. It is ideal for those visiting for four or five days. Available everywhere.


Au revoir London

HIER it comes. Sooner – too soon? – than expected, and I can’t help but feel nostalgic about it already. You always tell yourself that you still have plenty of time before waking up that particular day. And then, you open your eyes and the time has finally come. Time to move back to France after two years spent in London.

Two years of food insanity, eating out in some of the best restaurants in London, meeting and interviewing wonderful and passionate people and improving my knowledge in food. But above all, two years of developing strong friendships and enjoying the wonderful blogging world in London.

The time has come to come back to a country we love, a way of life we enjoy (you don’t put a French person too far away from an opportunity to strike…), and raise a family next to ours.

Leaving London is not going to be an easy step. Life has been extremely generous to us and I have learned a lot through all the people I have met – restaurateurs, food producers, and even food PRs. I don’t know how to thank you all for the support you gave to my blog, the means you gave me to live my dream and to achieve crazy ideas, such as to be converted to porridge, to organise a brownie tasting, and an aubergines challenge.

You brought me a lot and I will keep your generosity in mind forever.

And how would I dare to leave the UK without my foodie treasure box? The box that every foodie should carry with him/her every time we go somewhere. The box that contains things that make you feel better.

In my treasure box, I will bring a pack of Peter’s Yard‘s crispbread a box of DIY Curries from the lovely Sally, a cup of Paul A Young’s hot chocolate a delicious chocolate cake from William Curley some gin from Sipsmith and a bottle of U’luvka vodka the unforgettable cocktails from master Brian at Rules the Panettone recipe from Francesco of L’Anima the tripe gratin Henry from Racine made for us for our insane and decadent Grande Bouffe the Mort Subite Kriek (and six glasses) from the Draft House a signed menu from Pierre Koffman pictures of a birthday meal at The Sportsman with @ Laissezfare oats from Rude Health , who converted me to porridge for my winter mornings in Paris and the wonderful taste of the In&Out burger at Goodman.

My treasure box will also always be there to remind me of the kindness and high quality service of the Donald Russell team a wonderful night at The Blaggers Banquet an introduction to high quality coffee at Kaffeine the pleasure of having worked with Simon Majumdar for his ‘Dine with Dos Hermanos’ dinners a Spanish afternoon with Rachel McCormack cooking her home-made cuisine an introduction to vodka by the legendary Leonid, owner of Bob Bob Ricard the delightful team at Wahaca – Tommi, Mark and Cecilia a crazy cheese feast at @bridedwithfood’s red pepper and aubergines challenges my first meeting with Ferran Adria at the Royal Geographical Society for the launch of the book The man who changed the way we eat by Colman Andrews a home-made tapas meal cooked by the lovely Jose Pizarro and the most insane foodie adventure my husband and I put ourselves through in the Instant Restaurant TV series on BBC2.

I will also add wonderful meals at San Lorenzo with our dear friend and passionate owner Ghigo a discovery of Indian street food at Moolis, thanks to the crazy Matthew and Sam an afternoon playing Scrabble at Polpo, which we nicknamed Foodabble an introduction to Italian, Australian, Chilean and other wines from around the world with the help of @chrisCmitchell and @thirstforwine (which showed me how poor France is when it comes to discovering wines other than French ones) the best #FF from @chrispople a piggy night at St John with 15 exciting ladies around a table and a dive into food PR with three wonderful clients – Pho, Glorious and Yuforia.

This is only a short summary of 18 months of intense social and foodie life, and this post would be too long if I mentioned all the people I’ve met, the places I’ve visited, and the events I’ve enjoyed. I don’t know yet how the blogging life is going to be on the other side of the Channel but I promise I won’t only speak about frog legs and how French are proud of their cuisine. Well, at least not in my next three posts…

Thank you all from the depth of my heart, it’s been a real pleasure.

AU REVOIR et à bientôt


Maxine’s Cafe & Bar: Opens for Take-Out and Delivery

Wentworth Hospitality is proud to announce the “opening” of its newest restaurant, Maxine’s Cafe & Bar, an elevated neighbourhood cafe and bar located at 1325 Burrard Street (between Harwood Street and Maxine Lane).

Originally intended to open over the holiday weekend, recent health orders have meant Maxine’s will not be welcoming guests inside to experience its magnificent interiors, inspired as much by the funky watering holes of Soho as the corner bistros of Europe. Instead, Maxine’s has been forced to (here’s that word again) “pivot” and launch the city’s newest early-day eatery via take-out and delivery platforms (all apps including Tock, FromTo and DoorDash will be live within the day).

Finally, something truly new to add to the take-out and delivery options!

Executive Chef Bobby Milheron and Chef de Cuisine Levi Johnston’s take-out / delivery menu has been re-worked to feature elevated breakfast, brunch, and lunchtime favourites that travel well. And, like its sister restaurants, Homer Street Café and Tableau, Maxine’s boasts carefully conceived packaging to ensure peak flavour and freshness.

Early mornings from 8am to 9am, Maxine’s will feature caffeinated beverages, a selection of house-made baked goods, and a choice of three breakfast sandwiches (Back Bacon and Soppressata, Smoked Salmon, and Avocado and Egg).

From 9am to 3pm, Maxine’s will offer its complete food program (with select bottles of wine for sale beginning at 10am. The menu offers straightforward morning dishes such as The West End (2 eggs any style), Benedict, Gruyère Omelette, Brioche French Toast, and overnight Bircher Muesli. It’s also complemented by such later-day delights as Maxine’s Burger, Steak & Eggs, and Wild Salmon. Among the classics are a few unexpected dishes such as the Chickpea Falafel Bowl and a Burrata with asparagus and cured egg.

Maxine’s looks forward to welcoming you to the West End’s premier café & bar when restrictions are lifted or construction on our 24-seat patio is complete, whichever comes first.

Take-out will be available via Tock

Delivery will be available during operating hours via DoorDash and FromTo Maxine’s can also be contacted by phone at (604) 707-7224


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Pekarna New York
Pekarna is a 6,500-square-foot restaurant and entertainment complex located on the Upper West Side &mdash a difficult concept to open in 2020, but one that is optimistic for the future. The massive space includes two floors, event spaces (opening next year), and four private banquet rooms. The menu is Slovenian-American, and the idea for Perkana stems from several projects, including The Opera Bar and The Versace Apartment, that owner Dean O’Neill worked on in Slovenia’s capital in the 2000s. The kitchen is lead by executive chef Kamal Hoyte and Slovenian pastry chef (and MasterChef Slovenia judge) Alma Rekić, and the cocktail program includes a selection of four absinthes served by traditional drip.

Vestry
Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt unveiled his latest restaurant downtown on Oct. 2. Vestry, a casual restaurant within the Dominick Hotel, taps into the chef&rsquos fine-dining pedigree while emphasizing accessibility and community. While many of Hergatt&rsquos other restaurants have veered toward high-end and fine dining, he conceived Vestry with approachability in mind he wants the restaurant to be the sort of place that diners can return to on a weekly basis. The succinct menu taps into Hergatt&rsquos refined take on cuisine. The 20 dishes are organized by size &mdash bites, small plates, large plates &mdash with a few dessert options. The cuisine is American based with Japanese influences, whether in the form of a shiitake handroll, shigoku oysters or wagyu beef. Dishes are fish-driven, accompanied by local vegetables and ingredients presented with minimal manipulation so as to let the natural colors, texture and flavor shine through.

Hütte
The owner of German meat shop Schaller and Weber is bringing the Swiss Alps to the Upper East Side. The tented backyard eatery is located behind Schaller&rsquos Stube Sausage Bar, and decked out with atmospheric elements like wooden farmhouse tables, string lights and blankets. The menu veers Austrian and German, and meat is a focus, with hearty fare like venison goulash on the menu.

Bixi
James Beard-winning chef Serena Bass opened Bixi down the street from her other restaurant, Lido, in Harlem earlier this fall. The menu draws from various Asian cuisines &mdash there’s tandoori chicken, banh mi, and chicken katsu &mdash and a strong cocktail program shares the limelight.

Kimika
The Wayla team opened Japanese-Italian restaurant Kimika, located in the Nolitan hotel, in late summer. Led by chef Christine Lau, the seasonal menu features dishes like pizzette fritte with uni and heirloom tomatoes with silken tofu and ume.


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