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A 360 Degree Dining Experience

A 360 Degree Dining Experience

Exiting an elevator on the 12th floor of the hotel only to make my way to a second elevator to get to the restaurant gave me the feeling that I just entered a private members area with a luxurious setting set aside for the gourmand at heart. With thoughts of dining for the evening, one...
A&H Bites: Butter & Scotch

A&H Bites: Butter & Scotch

  This weekend, while in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, I had a free moment to stop by the Brooklyn Flea. As I made my regular rounds around the flea, I stopped by Allison Kave, creator of First Prize Pies, only to walk upon an unfamiliar set-up. There was popcorn, cupcakes, and her signature...
Around the Web: Raspberry Ricotta Scones

Around the Web: Raspberry Ricotta Scones

Web designer Jessica Comingore recently got together with two friends to create raspberry ricotta scones, a light treat to satisfy any person’s sweet tooth.   Recipe: The trickiest thing about these is the dampness of the dough. Yet that same trickiness is they bake into something that seems impossibly moist for a scone, and especially...
A&H Bites: Doughnuts - N.Y.C.'s Top 3

A&H Bites: Doughnuts – N.Y.C.’s Top 3

Here at A&H, sweets have a special place in our hearts. From sugary pastries to the savory bunch, we take pride in indulging in well-made sweets. While the majority of individuals lazily settle for what “America runs on,” we like to opt for a well-balanced creation. There are three innovative companies in New York City...
The Federal - The Maple Set

The Federal – The Maple Set

When design meets the kitchen I have to admit I get a bit excited. I love well made products and I love cooking, so when I came across these maple knives by The Federal I was blown away. The Federal explored an alternate motive to the standard kitchen knives you see every day. The focus is drawn...
A Foodies Guide to Epicurean Paris

A Foodies Guide to Epicurean Paris

THERE IS A style of cooking in which skilled chefs turn the raw material of the market into a feast for the eyes, palate, and soul. The difference between a mere meal and a true epicurean experience is easy to feel, but difficult to find in an unfamiliar city—so with that in mind, we at...