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Explore New York City with Eater
Explore New York City with Eater
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There are literally thousands of places to eat in NYC, from tasting-menu standouts and natural wine bars to bright all-day coffee shops and bustling food halls — not to mention the food tours, cooking classes, private dinner events, and hidden pop-ups. Explore it all with Eater's event picks, hand-selected by Eater editors to highlight the most exciting, innovative, and intriguing food experiences happening all over the city.
Explore New York City with Eater
  • This fall, check out a six-week food writing intensive from veteran food writer Devra Ferst. The class will cover honing story angles, pitching, writing functional yet entertaining headnotes, concise guidebook entries, and more. Classes will include reading and writing assignments, as well as individual feedback.
  • Enjoy chocolate tastings, live demonstrations, spirits sampling, book signings, and ticketed master tasting classes at this family-friendly event.
  • 25 of NYC's best street vendors, nominated by the public, go head-to-head and compete for the Vendy Cup. Tickets include unlimited food and drink.
  • Come for three hours of all the oysters you can handle, plus great music and beer.
  • Kick off football season and taste the outer-borough beer scene every weekend in September (starting Sept 7) with the Borough Brews series at Pod Brooklyn, in partnership with beer rating app Untappd.
  • Now in its fourth year, the 5 Boro Pizza Challenge brings together the world's most die-hard pizza enthusiasts. Meet in Lower Manhattan to get a t-shirt and the rules, then traverse the five boroughs to hit all five of the selected pizzerias — no cars allowed.
  • The NYC Pizza Run is a challenge in which participants aim to complete a 5K run while stopping to eat two slices of pizza at checkpoints throughout the course.
  • On the 1st Thursday of every month from 7 to 8:15pm, cookie company Michel et Augustin opens the doors to its office in Gowanus. Come on by to taste some cookies, plus enjoy baking classes, tastings with our favorite food and beverage brands, and a focus group or two.
  • This dinner features African and African diaspora chefs — who happen to be all women. Enjoy a cocktail hour with appetizers, wine, beverages, and music followed by a six-course dinner with wine pairings, where each course will highlight a chef's point of view
  • Sunday Asados brings chefs and grill masters from all over the world! to take over Colonia Verde's Brooklyn backyard for one glorious Sunday afternoon. On October 20 brings chef Gerardo Vazquez Lugo, with wine pours by Gabriella Macari.
  • Taste your way through this dessert street fair on the Upper West Side. You’ll find everything from experimental donuts, handmade macaroons, creatively flavored peanut-butter cups, small-batch fudge with unique flavors, freshly baked cookies and cupcakes, and the most mouthwatering truffles and chocolates you've ever had.
  • This fall, check out a six-week food writing intensive from veteran food writer Devra Ferst. The class will cover honing story angles, pitching, writing functional yet entertaining headnotes, concise guidebook entries, and more. Classes will include reading and writing assignments, as well as individual feedback.
  • Enjoy chocolate tastings, live demonstrations, spirits sampling, book signings, and ticketed master tasting classes at this family-friendly event.
  • 25 of NYC's best street vendors, nominated by the public, go head-to-head and compete for the Vendy Cup. Tickets include unlimited food and drink.
  • Come for three hours of all the oysters you can handle, plus great music and beer.
  • Kick off football season and taste the outer-borough beer scene every weekend in September (starting Sept 7) with the Borough Brews series at Pod Brooklyn, in partnership with beer rating app Untappd.
  • Now in its fourth year, the 5 Boro Pizza Challenge brings together the world's most die-hard pizza enthusiasts. Meet in Lower Manhattan to get a t-shirt and the rules, then traverse the five boroughs to hit all five of the selected pizzerias — no cars allowed.
  • The NYC Pizza Run is a challenge in which participants aim to complete a 5K run while stopping to eat two slices of pizza at checkpoints throughout the course.
  • On the 1st Thursday of every month from 7 to 8:15pm, cookie company Michel et Augustin opens the doors to its office in Gowanus. Come on by to taste some cookies, plus enjoy baking classes, tastings with our favorite food and beverage brands, and a focus group or two.
  • This dinner features African and African diaspora chefs — who happen to be all women. Enjoy a cocktail hour with appetizers, wine, beverages, and music followed by a six-course dinner with wine pairings, where each course will highlight a chef's point of view
  • Sunday Asados brings chefs and grill masters from all over the world! to take over Colonia Verde's Brooklyn backyard for one glorious Sunday afternoon. On October 20 brings chef Gerardo Vazquez Lugo, with wine pours by Gabriella Macari.
  • Taste your way through this dessert street fair on the Upper West Side. You’ll find everything from experimental donuts, handmade macaroons, creatively flavored peanut-butter cups, small-batch fudge with unique flavors, freshly baked cookies and cupcakes, and the most mouthwatering truffles and chocolates you've ever had.
Explore New York City with Eater
Explore New York City with Eater
Explore New York City with Eater
Collection by Eater
There are literally thousands of places to eat in NYC, from tasting-menu standouts and natural wine bars to bright all-day coffee shops and bustling food halls — not to mention the food tours, cooking classes, private dinner events, and hidden pop-ups. Explore it all with Eater's event picks, hand-selected by Eater editors to highlight the most exciting, innovative, and intriguing food experiences happening all over the city.
There are literally thousands of places to eat in NYC, from tasting-menu standouts and natural wine bars to bright all-day coffee shops and bustling food halls — not to mention the food tours, cooking classes, private dinner events, and hidden pop-ups. Explore it all with Eater's event picks, hand-selected by Eater editors to highlight the most exciting, innovative, and intriguing food experiences happening all over the city.
  • This fall, check out a six-week food writing intensive from veteran food writer Devra Ferst. The class will cover honing story angles, pitching, writing functional yet entertaining headnotes, concise guidebook entries, and more. Classes will include reading and writing assignments, as well as individual feedback.
  • Enjoy chocolate tastings, live demonstrations, spirits sampling, book signings, and ticketed master tasting classes at this family-friendly event.
  • 25 of NYC's best street vendors, nominated by the public, go head-to-head and compete for the Vendy Cup. Tickets include unlimited food and drink.
  • Come for three hours of all the oysters you can handle, plus great music and beer.
  • Kick off football season and taste the outer-borough beer scene every weekend in September (starting Sept 7) with the Borough Brews series at Pod Brooklyn, in partnership with beer rating app Untappd.
  • Now in its fourth year, the 5 Boro Pizza Challenge brings together the world's most die-hard pizza enthusiasts. Meet in Lower Manhattan to get a t-shirt and the rules, then traverse the five boroughs to hit all five of the selected pizzerias — no cars allowed.
  • The NYC Pizza Run is a challenge in which participants aim to complete a 5K run while stopping to eat two slices of pizza at checkpoints throughout the course.
  • On the 1st Thursday of every month from 7 to 8:15pm, cookie company Michel et Augustin opens the doors to its office in Gowanus. Come on by to taste some cookies, plus enjoy baking classes, tastings with our favorite food and beverage brands, and a focus group or two.
  • This dinner features African and African diaspora chefs — who happen to be all women. Enjoy a cocktail hour with appetizers, wine, beverages, and music followed by a six-course dinner with wine pairings, where each course will highlight a chef's point of view
  • Sunday Asados brings chefs and grill masters from all over the world! to take over Colonia Verde's Brooklyn backyard for one glorious Sunday afternoon. On October 20 brings chef Gerardo Vazquez Lugo, with wine pours by Gabriella Macari.
  • Taste your way through this dessert street fair on the Upper West Side. You’ll find everything from experimental donuts, handmade macaroons, creatively flavored peanut-butter cups, small-batch fudge with unique flavors, freshly baked cookies and cupcakes, and the most mouthwatering truffles and chocolates you've ever had.
  • This fall, check out a six-week food writing intensive from veteran food writer Devra Ferst. The class will cover honing story angles, pitching, writing functional yet entertaining headnotes, concise guidebook entries, and more. Classes will include reading and writing assignments, as well as individual feedback.
  • Enjoy chocolate tastings, live demonstrations, spirits sampling, book signings, and ticketed master tasting classes at this family-friendly event.
  • 25 of NYC's best street vendors, nominated by the public, go head-to-head and compete for the Vendy Cup. Tickets include unlimited food and drink.
  • Come for three hours of all the oysters you can handle, plus great music and beer.
  • Kick off football season and taste the outer-borough beer scene every weekend in September (starting Sept 7) with the Borough Brews series at Pod Brooklyn, in partnership with beer rating app Untappd.
  • Now in its fourth year, the 5 Boro Pizza Challenge brings together the world's most die-hard pizza enthusiasts. Meet in Lower Manhattan to get a t-shirt and the rules, then traverse the five boroughs to hit all five of the selected pizzerias — no cars allowed.
  • The NYC Pizza Run is a challenge in which participants aim to complete a 5K run while stopping to eat two slices of pizza at checkpoints throughout the course.
  • On the 1st Thursday of every month from 7 to 8:15pm, cookie company Michel et Augustin opens the doors to its office in Gowanus. Come on by to taste some cookies, plus enjoy baking classes, tastings with our favorite food and beverage brands, and a focus group or two.
  • This dinner features African and African diaspora chefs — who happen to be all women. Enjoy a cocktail hour with appetizers, wine, beverages, and music followed by a six-course dinner with wine pairings, where each course will highlight a chef's point of view
  • Sunday Asados brings chefs and grill masters from all over the world! to take over Colonia Verde's Brooklyn backyard for one glorious Sunday afternoon. On October 20 brings chef Gerardo Vazquez Lugo, with wine pours by Gabriella Macari.
  • Taste your way through this dessert street fair on the Upper West Side. You’ll find everything from experimental donuts, handmade macaroons, creatively flavored peanut-butter cups, small-batch fudge with unique flavors, freshly baked cookies and cupcakes, and the most mouthwatering truffles and chocolates you've ever had.