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With food from Ludo Lefebvre, Ivan Orkin, and Christina Tosi.
They're just a couple of Brooklyn-Queens guys who rub elbows with the world's best chefs.
"Ja Rule is right behind you" is an instant classic.
Many, many ripples in time.
"It's like the iPhone 9 of food events."
Plus: Missy Robbins at City Grit, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Here are all of the details.
The French guidebook came to town to share its affections for Nancy Silverton, Roy Choi, Joseph Centeno, and a few Paris-imported guest stars.
We have an exclusive link to pre-sale tickets, two weeks before the public can bite.
As we discussed earlier, Le Fooding is going down in Brooklyn this weekend, and our very own Danny Bowien is there. Today Grub Street NY talks to founder Alexandre Cammas about where he likes to eat, and what's going on...
In addition to a good time, it's yet another sign L.A. is overcoming its underdog status and stereotypes.
Le Fooding Founder Alexandre Cammas on Not Understanding the Roberta’s Craze and What the French Are Learning From Brooklyn
We sit down with the former food writer as his Brooklyn festival kicks into gear.
The friendly French-food-festival rivals return this fall with competing schedules of dinners, demos, and al fresco feasts.
The best entrant calls out both new-catch herring and a moose-and-lamb pâté. We can get behind that.
This is happening at Le Fooding Brooklyn Fling on September 23.
For MasterCard-holders, anyway.
Radis, beurre et sel, avec KABOOM! Oh, and Mike D. will be there, too.