Young NYWCC executive chef drives locally focused program

A modest crowd has gathered under the open-air tent in the garden behind the New York Wine and Culinary Center on a balmy Friday evening in early June. Servers in starched uniforms offer cucumber cups from blackened slate slabs and pour glasses of chilled white wine for guests in linen dresses and pressed collared shirts.

Restaurant News

Stout continues the neighborhood bar tradition

The neighborhood watering hole has been immortalized in books, television, and film over and over again, from "Cheers" to "Trees Lounge." The pub serves as a sort of community center: a place for neighbors to meet and talk about everything from local politics to how Aunt Helen got through her bypass surgery.

Restaurant News

Controversy can’t overshadow the food at I-Square

Whenever I-Square is mentioned at this point, most people can't help but start to parse through the web of politics that has surrounded the Irondequoit development over the last 2 months. Local journalists, including those from City, have done a comprehensive job covering the controversy and resignations.

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