We are offering two GIFT TERRARIUM workshops with Claire in the loft during our Holiday Market on 12/8/13. Learn to create gorgeous woodland plants terrariums and take home two gift sized mason jar terrariums. A gift for a friend and one to keep! Self-giving is very important during the crazy holiday time and terrariums are gifts that keep on giving!
*$45, Includes plants, materials and beer! (Space is limited.)
I am so excited for tomorrow’s first Sunday Brunch with Clean Plate Co. at my favorite bar – Diamond Bar! I’d love for you to come too – so here is $5 OFF the price. Our Sunday dining series is popping up at The Diamond (43 Franklin St) this Sunday October 6, 2013 at noon with an elaborate three course brunch byClean Plate Co.!
If the weather is perfect, we will brunch in the yard!
Clean Plate really makes the most delicious shrimp n’ grits that I have ever had, so I can only imagine how fantastic brunch appetizer and brunch dessert will be! Complimentary beer or wine also included.
Nothing is more Sunday than brunch! So for our 10th Sunday Supper Edition, Clean Plate Co. is preparing a delicious three course brunch at The Diamond (43 Franklin St) on October 6, 2013 from noon-2pm. That’s right – brunch dessert, plus booze! That’s a happy Sunday.
I have personally had Clean Plate Co.’s grits TWICE (because I am now a stalker) and am obsessed with a capital O!
Don’t be jealous of your friends who have green thumbs and gardens; brighten up your apartment with a gorgeous green thriving world! Come make a terrarium and drink beer at Diamond Bar (43 Franklin St) on Sunday May 12, 2013 from 5-7pm, with Claire. All supplies are included, plus a beer. For $50, come empty handed and leave with a beautifully made-by-you terrarium filled with ferns, decorative stones, pretty moss, and enjoy a complimentary Sly Fox!
The terrarium I made over a year ago, thanks to Claire is still thriving and I have somehow managed to keep my evil cat from destroying it! I am very proud of it and know you will enjoy yours for a long time, too.
Yes, I said sweat lodge. And crawfish boil. And I personally promise that the fat hairy men in the photo above will not be there – sadly! (Do they even know that this photo exists on the magical interweb?)
This Sunday March 24, 2013 at The Diamond (43 Franklin St) at 3pm, the Center for Investigative Research is presenting The Double Boiler! They “provide the sweat-lodge, plunge-pool, and shaman–you just bring your bathing suit and your sinful self,” … and a towel. The sweaty part is free. The fishy part, “a genuine Crawfish Boil for those who like their schvitz a bit fishy…” they say, “costs money.” How much? I don’t know! RSVP.
The recent Sunday Suppers have been such a blast, and tickets have sold out in one day, so if you want to get in on major homemade tater tot action, plus other amazing dishes by Chef Annie Berger on March 3, 2013, from 7-9pm at Diamond Bar (43 Franklin St) – don’t wait!
Shaved Brussels Sprouts Slaw / Creamy Garlic / Parmesan Crisp
Puff Pastry Hot Dog / Onion Bacon Jam
Homemade Tater Tots
Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie
Selected Beer or Wine
Thanks to everyone: readers, sponsors and contributors for making this first year since I took over the blog an amazing one! And thanks for coming out and eating cake!
Special thanks to Diamond for hosting the party, Ovenly for making cake, Paulie Gee for surprising us with pizza, all the lovely bubbly from Dandelion Wine, Grapepoint Wine and Milk and Roses and the unexpected certificate from Assemblyman Joe Lentol!
This Sunday was a gorgeous day for the Brew n’ Chew food competition at The Diamond, when 6 teams competed with their best home brew and food pairing, which was judged by guests and all proceeds (over $1700!) were donated to NY Harbor School which has an Aquaculture curriculum structured around growing oysters to restore NY Harbor. That sounds like the coolest school I have ever heard of!
My beer palate has grown since last year, and this year’s teams really brought there A-games. As always I am distracted by all the food, which was really impressive this year, too.
There were three categories to vote: Best Beer, Best Food & Best Pairing, but guests could only vote for a separate team in each category. If I had my way I would have voted for the same team in all categories. Strong Rope Brewery was my first and best taste. They made a slightly sweet Brown Ale perfectly paired with Black Sesame Seed and Hawaiian Sea Salt Brittle with Hazelnut Bleu Cheese and Dark Cherry Compote. Now that was a lot of words to say deliciously awesome! If you give me sweet bleu cheese cream, I’ll give you my heart! Continue reading →
Brew n’ Chew 5
Sunday, August 16, 2012 at 3:00-5:00pm
The Diamond (43 Franklin St)
Check out New York’s original and best food/homebrew pairing competition, now in it’s 5th year. Taste snacks and beers from six teams and vote for your favorite. $25 to enter and all proceeds go to the New York Harbor School. Buy your tickets now before they run out.