In this episode of The Dish, Kerry Drew went out to the Mall at Short Hills—yes, a mall—to taste some Italian cuisine.
Chef Chris Cheung's East Wind Snack Shop in Windsor Terrace pays tribute to his childhood in Chinatown.
No forks are necessary when Indian cuisine meets Caribbean street food.
Montreal is only about a 90-minute flight from New York City. We had to check out a dish that this city in Quebec is known for: poutine at La Banquise. Open 24 hours a day, La Banquise has been a staple in its Montreal neighborhood for decades.
Bacon, bacon, and more bacon. Belly in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is every bacon lover's dream.
Chef Patrick D'Andrea is cooking up something different in his hidden restaurant. It is called PD's Secret Kitchen. Patrick was born and raised in Florence, Italy. His mom owned a bed and breakfast where he learned to cook. After culinary school, Patrick moved to New York where he now works as a private chef for celebrities.
New York's restaurant scene is a melting pot of dishes from around the globe. But you don't see a lot of Hungarian food places. One chef is trying to win over New Yorkers with a few dishes at a time. Jeremy Salamon is stirring up something fresh in the kitchen with a new spin on Hungarian classics.
New York City has some of the best pizza in the world. For decades this has been one of the most popular spots. Denino's is a New York City pizza institution, feeding hungry Staten Islanders for almost a hundred years. Carlo Denino opened the spot in the early 1920s, and it's been buzzing ever since.
For Oklahoma-style barbecue you won't find anywhere else, there is Mable's Smokehouse in Brooklyn.
For Chef Lauren Hirschberg, opening his first restaurant, Turtle and the Wolf, in his hometown of Upper Montclair, New Jersey, last fall was like coming home.
Brennan & Carr has been a staple in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, for decades. It is famous for its hot roast beef sandwiches. George Brennan and Edward Carr opened the restaurant on Nostrand Avenue in 1938.
Chef Seki of Sushi Seki is known around the world as a sushi master. Watching Seki is captivating. It is like watching an artist create a masterpiece.
On a charming street corner in Williamsburg lies a neighborhood favorite: Cafe Colette. Inside this light, fresh space, co-owner and chef Erin Gerken is reinventing timeless appetizers and entrees.
Vegetables are no longer just a side dish. They're taking center stage at some of New York's hottest restaurants. Fox 5's Kerry Drew checked out Vic's, the Butcher's Daughter, and Dirt Candy.
New Yorkers love nothing more than a great brunch, especially eggs. Now there's a place that serves eggs day and night. Let's check out Egg Shop in Nolita. Executive Chef Nick Korbee says it started with the idea to make a great egg sandwich and then evolved into all eggs all the time.
While the pope is visiting New York City, where will he be eating? The pontiff may want to check out Al Di La Trattoria on 5th Avenue in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn because of one very special dish: bagna cauda. Chef Anna Klinger, who serves the "down-to-earth" dish at her restaurant, says it's a favorite of Pope Francis.
For celebrity chef Josh Capon, there's something special about cooking the perfect piece of meat. Josh has four restaurants in New York City. But his absolute favorite dish comes from his newest hot spot, Bowery Meat Company in the East Village.
Chef Matt Hyland and his wife Emily met in college where they bonded over their love of food. Matt is a Brooklyn native so he and Emily decided to open their first restaurant in his hometown. And even though pizza is the focus of the menu, Matt decided to add one of his favorite dishes: a burger.
The Bayou restaurant is the spirit of New Orleans in New York City. Chef Julian Gaxholli was inspired to open bayou on Staten Island after a trip to the big easy. Julian has been cooking all his li...