America's Melting Pot Cuisine, Wine Lessons, A Czech/Slovak Fest, + Celebrate Loisaida
On our Tenements tour, we learn how all American food is really food brought here by waves of immigration. Chef Edward Lee delves deep into the topic in his new book that takes him across America to discover how the country's food culture is still evolving thanks to a diverse group of immigrants. New York Times food editor Sam Sifton discusses the topic with the author at 92Y.
The final in a series of four classes from the local Industry City wine shop happens tonight at the neighboring Extraction Lab. Learn how to find the best wine for your palate through taste and smell. Wine doesn't need to be intimidating - as long as you know how to find the wine that you like the best.
The oldest beer garden left in the city is not German but actually from the Bohemian region of Czechoslovakia. Come celebrate the Czech and Slovak culture with traditional cuisine, live entertainment, and lots of beer. The festivities take place at the aforementioned Bohemian Beer Garden in Astoria.
The Lower East Side is known by the long time locals as Loisaida as a celebration of the Latin American community. The celebration continues at this annual festival that includes Latino music, cuisine, and a pride carnival. Come be a part of this multi-cultural community.