Kimchi is making inroads in markets like Whole Foods as New Yorkers and Americans embrace the traditional fermented dish, and its new variants.
A new Himalayan restaurant is planned for Ridgewood, reports Bushwick Daily.
In reporting on how a pizza parlor brought a rival to rabbinical court, The Forward looks at how much influence the court, and Jewish law, have in Hasidic Brooklyn.
Winnie’s Bar is slated to make a comeback in a second-floor location in Chinatown, World Journal reports.
Bornholm offers Danish specialties at a downtown Brooklyn location. Brooklyn Daily Eagle tells how the owners came to open the restaurant.
A popular high-end coffee shop in Flushing has fallen victim to rising rents, World Journal reports.
El Diario/La Prensa profiles Hipatia López, a young Latina entrepreneur who won a contest to promote her invention on HSN: an “Empanada Fork.”
El Diario/La Prensa interviews John Wang, the creator of the Queens International Night Market, an open-air night market featuring independent vendors from all over the world.
Butcher Imran Uddin continues to serve customers at Madani Halal, founded by his recently deceased father, while he contemplates his future role in the Bangladeshi community of Queens.
New York State Assembly member Ron Kim spoke about a bill he co-sponsored that would help protect restaurants from arbitrary health inspections and fines, Korea Daily reports.
Sing Tao Daily tells the personal story of Long Deng, the man behind the first publicly listed Chinese supermarket on the NASDAQ.
SinoVision English Channel visits the Museum of Food and Drink in Williamsburg for their exhibition on Chinese-American restaurants.
With “draconian cuts” looming for food assistance programs, a Food Bank for New York City report forecasts a grim future for city pantries, reports Manhattan Times.
With the help of Arsalan Naeem, BKLYNER takes viewers to South Asian restaurants on Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn, in the inaugural episode of “Eating With Arsalan.”
Brooklyn’s Sahadi food emporium, described as a “bulk bin wonderland,” has won the James Beard Foundation Award, report Brooklyn Paper and Brooklyn Daily Eagle.