Though Basil may have won the battle, it may yet lose the “pizza war.”
David’s Brisket House is hosting a dinner to raise money for HIAS, which once helped Jewish refugees and now helps Muslim ones.
A 28-year-old New Orleans native is chef at Lady’s, a huge new Italian joint serving pasta and pizza with a very distinctive flair.
A new online comedy is based on a real restaurant called Traif, which serves salt-and-pepper shrimp and lobster with spicy sausage in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
As he cuts the ribbon on a second Untamed location, Brooklyn chef Andy Jacobi answers three burning questions.
The meat pays homage to various indigenous barbecue cultures — as influenced by the global Jewish diaspora, according to the owners.
A Jewish women sushi chef who’s also a certified knife sharpener? That’s Brooklynite Yael Peet.
The Gorbals has been rechristened Esh — that’s Hebrew for “fire” — and its border-hopping menu has narrowed to Israeli-Middle Eastern barbecue.
Starting today, the white-tiled appetizing shop will expand its menu to include classic deli sandwiches, Ashkenazi side dishes and meats by the pound.
Izzy’s BBQ Addiction, a hugely popular kosher barbecue pop-up, is putting down roots in Crown Heights.