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De Gustibus

New York, NY
151 W 34th St #8 New York, NY, 10001
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  • Martin Saposnick 70 days ago

    The Friday Night Flights was a thoroughly enjoyable evening of Sicilian Wines with the Vintner from Firriato Winery was present to give special insights. Salvatore Fraterrigo orchestrated the evening with perfection. The tidbits of food accompanying the wines was prepared by the chef at Norma restaurant The cannoli made with sheeps milk ricotta was spectacular. Of course Anthony Giglio added depth and aged perfection (much like the wines) and added knowledge, humor and enjoyment to the evening. It was on the 8th floor in Macy’s NYC it’s worth enjoying an evening there.

  • Courtney Culkin 423 days ago

    I have attended several classes at De Gustibus and it was amazing! the food, wine and ambiance, I also learned so much!

  • Ed Bacon 1081 days ago

    If you had a 0 I would rate it ) Starving after 4 measly courses that were in no way exceptional.. The most disappointing one I have gone to and I have been to many. The vegetarian chef from the "Spotted Pig" I will never go back again. Too much for too little quality and quantity. Also too much advertising.

  • Leslie Salas 2195 days ago

    I took a class here on cooking in the Puglia region of Italy, and it was a fun experience. It was a demonstration vs. a participatory class, but they were very good about explaining what they were doing and answering questions throughout the presentation. They have a giant mirror hanging over the kitchen so that you can see what they are doing. I came home with a lot of new recipes to try out and a full belly. I spoke a bit with the staff after the demo, and they all seem very excited about the work they do.

  • Emily Chu 2277 days ago

    Unique sessions showcasing talented chefs (celebrity and rising stars) and wine experts, which are cooking demonstrations rather than hands-on classes (although attendees do have the chance to ask questions as the demonstration is going on). The space is tight, but a mirror set above the chef's station allows for those in the back to get a clear view of the demonstration.

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