For those who may only know the award-winning, Philly-based chef for his hummus, this was a chance to indulge in the full Mike Solomonov experience.
The New York City Wine & Food Festival (NYCWFF), which runs October 12–15, is packed with every kind of culinary happening: dinners, demos, tastings, classes, parties and more. But the event that caught my eye (go figure) is an Israeli brunch on Saturday at noon hosted by James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov. The Israeli-born, Philadelphia-based Solomonov is looking forward to acquainting the uninitiated with his much-lauded take on Israeli food.
Hosted by Eden Grinshpan, the festival’s first-ever kosher dinner will take place Thursday at the new kosher restaurant Bison & Bourbon in Brooklyn.