Archive for the ‘food’ Category

THE GETAWAY: CITY ISLAND

  Photographs by Alicia Rae   While technically part of NYC, City Island in The Bronx feels more New England fishing village than metropolis. Naturally, an evening of drinks and fresh seafood at City Island […]

WHAT I DID THIS WEEKEND: MIGUEL – NEW FULTON FISH MARKET + CEVICHE DINNER

By Miguel Pena Thursday evening, I headed up to the New Fulton Fish Market at Hunt’s Point in The Bronx to pick up fresh uni, oysters and octopus for a ceviche dinner with friends on […]

IN THE HOOD: CONCORD HILL IN WILLIAMSBURG

  One of our new favorite lunch and dinner spots is Concord Hill on Graham Ave. in Williamsburg. Taking over the old Sel De Mer, a certain freshness washes over you when you walk into […]

IN THE HOOD: DESNUDA IN ALPHABET CITY

Desnuda, the tiny East Village wine bar that seats about 14, is great for an after work drink, date night, or a night cap. Their menu is a unique take on Latin American food, including […]

IN THE HOOD: MILK & ROSES IN GREENPOINT

While the winter has been pretty mild so far in NYC, the cold is coming, and it’s coming fast. It’s that time of year where when staying in isn’t an option, we like to find […]

IN THE HOOD: GREENPOINT FISH & LOBSTER

Nassau Ave in Brooklyn keeps getting better with the addition of Greenpint Fish & Lobster right down the street from OAK. Part fish market, part raw bar and part general store, Greenpoint Fish & Lobster […]

IN THE HOOD: NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS IN GREENPOINT

To kick off the weekend, we stopped by one of our favorite spots in Greenpoint, Nights and Weekends. Just across the street from OAK 55 Nassau, Nights and Weekends gives a unique take on Mexican […]

IN THE HOOD: 1810 IN DTLA

Photographs + Words by Kaley Giovinazzo One of our favorite spots in DTLA is 1810, which takes its name from the year in which the first steps towards Argentinian independence took place. Opened on only […]

IN THE HOOD: DINER IN SOUTH WILLIAMSBURG

It’s been a minute since our last NYC In The Hood, so we wanted to go with a classic. Diner, built in a Kullman car from the 1920s, on Williamsburg’s South Side, has been serving […]

IN THE HOOD: TUTU’S

Photographs by Luke Macmillan Just a short walk from Morgan L stop is Tutu’s, a local neighborhood restaurant and bar with French and American influences. Known for its brunch and late night specials, Tutu’s menu […]

IN THE HOOD: SCHALLER’S

An upstate institution, Schaller’s has been serving up ground rounds (burgers) since the 1950’s on Lake Ontario in Rochester, NY. Growing up here, Schaller’s was a Friday night tradition, and to this day it always […]

IN THE HOOD: PETER PAN DONUTS

Photographs by Jennifer Orlowski One of the best parts about OAK being based in Brooklyn is that we’re right down the street from Peter Pan Donuts. It’s ranked high among the best bakeries in the […]

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