The last of the billionaire’s vinegar.
A new series of tastings, starting today, will pair New York winemakers with local restaurants.
The chef explains why sherry is not just for grandma anymore.
Two classic snacks return to shelves, pills that give you minty burps, and more, in our morning news roundup.
The Olive Garden doesn't like 'The Girls Next Door,' where to head instead of steakhouses for a good piece of meat, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Eli Zabar in Amagansett, a lizard in a salad, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Alan Rickman is a persuasive wine snob, and Bill Pullman goes California casual, in a movie out today.
Cooking with jocks, pricey Bordeaux, the world's best restaurant views, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Soft drinks to introduce "controversial herb" flavoring, ordering the cheapest bottle, stricter food-industry oversight, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Will Art Smith cook for Obama?
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A publicist makes the ultimate sacrifice, tomatoes come back to Taco Bell, and more, from our daily news roundup.
From the Greenmarket to wine in a box.
A new book follows the fate of the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold.
Aldo Sohm can honestly say he's the "best sommelier in the world."
The man who introduced Napa Valley to the wine world has died.
Sexy chefs have groupies like rock stars do, one vegan gets especially intimate with his Greenmarket produce, and the 'Times' looks at whether wine lovers are easy to fool.
Frank Bruni is not an all-hours kind of guy, the new pizza bus tour finds success, and Pepsi and Coke put out new bottle sizes.
Savarona and Wildwood Barbecue open, Persephone and Elettaria get reviewed, and crayfish, wine, and butter all get their due.
Brooklyn Uncorked brings Long Island wines and Brooklyn foods together next month.