Geoffrey Byruch | Food & Wine

"Food is our common ground, a universal experience."

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Wine Glasses: Why are they important?

If you are a wine connoisseur, you know that the wine glass you drink out of is just as important as the wine you drink. The wine glass is something to take into consideration depending on the type of wine you are drinking. Each glass is designed to let the wine breathe just the right […]

New York Restaurants to Visit During the Fall

Everyone knows the restaurant scene in New York is one of the best around. Many different hot spots are flourishing particularly during different times of the year. Being in the midst of the fall months, people are looking for different fall style restaurants, foods, and atmospheres. We are going to take a look a few […]

Wine Basics: What Should You Know?

If you are just starting to explore wine or have been a lover for years, there may be some basic questions you have yet to learn the answer to. Wine has a rich history and there are many facts about the different types and origins that make it so much more than a typical adult […]

The Age of Social Media and the Impact on Foodies

With the age of technology creeping into every aspect of our lives, I feel it is important to highlight how social media has impact our world, especially in the food, dining, and cooking sector. Like it or not, social media will always be an ever-evolving entity. It has changed the way we interact with one […]

The Guide to Cooking the Perfect Steak

While visiting some of the top steak houses in the concrete jungle is one of my favorite things to do, there is nothing quite as satisfying as making your own beautiful succulent steak. With various online social media video platforms providing step-by-step recipes for world-class meals, I thought it would be a nice change of […]

Cotenna Restaurant Review

On a recent trip to the West Village, my party and I stumbled upon a tiny Italian restaurant by Downing and Houston Street. Nestled on a quiet street adjacent from the casual hustle and bustle of the concrete jungle, this cozy restaurant does little in a way to advertise the true gem that it really […]

The Marshal Restaurant Review

In my previous blogs, I have made abundantly clear that New York City is the mecca for great food. One of the most wonderful things about dining in the concrete jungle is that you can find good food anywhere. Whether it is a hole in the wall or a luxurious eatery, New York City continues […]

The Riverpark, New York City

In New York City, the options for outdoor seating are incredibly slim. Beyond the usual sidewalk or storefront dining, there are very limited places where you and your friends can flee the city limits and wine and dine with the beautiful New York skyline looking back at your face. While the options may be small, […]

Quality Eats, New York City

At the end of the day, the heart of New York City beats at its own drum. With a myriad of cuisines to choose from, locals and travelers alike oftentimes find it difficult to decide where they should dine out. For some, the decision is based on preferences. But for a majority of the New […]

First-class French Dining at Bouley

Located in TriBeCa, Bouley is one of the most exquisite restaurants in New York City. Currently rated number two on Zagat’s Top NYC restaurants, Bouley is one restaurant that you can’t miss. This top notch French eatery created by chef David Bouley fully embodies the fine dining experience, from the ambiance, the service, to the […]

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