Naysayers may ask, “If it is vegan, what is there to eat, really?!”
Think vegan is bland and limited in choices? Think again.
has been on the NYC restaurant scene since 2005
. I have trouble imagining the dining landscape without it. There are a number of great (yes, I said it) vegan restaurants
and I count Blossom
as one of them.
As one who avoids all animal products that are not kosher, I relish having an entire menu to choose from. Yup. It is like a celebration and I get a little giddy when the entire menu is fair game for me. No need to ask tons of prying questions here. Continue reading
Pop-up restaurants and roving supper clubs have changed the dining scene in NYC but with so many of them being centered around non-kosher meat, I haven’t attended.
So I jumped at the opportunity when my good friend A. sent me an e-mail with an invitation to a kosher pop-up
hosted by Manna Catering
. I checked out the menu, liked what I read and called in my reservation with my credit card.
While supper clubs are mostly run out of people’s homes and are invite only or word- of -mouth events, pop-ups are easier to find. Pop-ups give temporary homes to novel ideas without the set up costs of establishing a permanent restaurant. It could be a try-out for a concept or a way to showcase talented chefs who don’t have permanent space yet. A pop- up can be a one night event or can land for multiple days, weeks or months.