About Food City Bytes:

Dedicated to food in all its forms, Food City Bytes reviews restaurants, takes you on photo tours based in and around New York City, and brings you into the kitchen. Based in Manhattan and centered around all food New York.

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8 responses to “About Food City Bytes:

  1. Hi! Just wanted to let you know that I came here via the Uniqlo post on Gothamist.

    I heart brussels sprouts! Thanks.

  2. Hey Myszka, Thanks! Its always good to know where viewers are directed from.

    Enjoy those brussel sprouts!

  3. crankygirl

    Sette has an excellent brunch also. Dollar for dollar can’t beat Two Boots.

    More Smithies in Park Slope, huh. Very nice…I’m class of ’89.

  4. Thanks for the recommendation. We will have to try those out for brunch.

    Me: class of ’99. Yay Smith!

  5. Hi there!

    Great Blog! I work for a free recipe sharing website called MyDish and am looking to build links to the site. I’d love to get a link in your blogroll / links section, or talk about any advertising opportunities you might have. Check out the site and let me know what you think!


    Hope to hear from you soon!


  6. Hi there, Bytes!

    My name is Shannon and I’m the editorial assistant at Foodbuzz.com. I am very impressed with the quality of your posts and to that end, I’d like to invite you to be a part of our newly launched Foodbuzz Featured Publisher program. I would love to send you more details about the program, so if you are interested, please email me at Shannon@foodbuzz.com.


    Shannon Eliot
    Editorial Assistant, Foodbuzz.com

    P.S. Your photos are gorgeous!

  7. Dear Friends at Food City Bytes:

    We highly enjoy your very insightful blogs that capture the flavorful cuisines and vibrant spirit of the New York metro area. Your blogs also keep many of us New Yorkers and lucky visitors aware of new food trends and bustling hotspots in the city.

    With a shared passion for good food, We are writing to you because there’s another great reason to combine food and culture in a single event. Asia Society- a global non-profit organization based here in New York City- has a program highlighting cooking traditions from parts of Asia and their influence here in the US. I believe that this will be an exciting affair for you since you are foremost in the field of gastronomic delights and culinary events. Epicureans and foodies will also find this to be a delicious occasion to mingle with other gourmands and blend food savvy with a dash of culture. Please see below for the details:

    FROM SOY TO SATAY: Asian Sauces Going Mainstream

    Asia Society and Museum: 725 Park Avenue @ 70th Street, New York City

    Monday, June 2, 2008

    6:00pm – 9:00pm

    Learn about the growing popularity of the huge array of Asian sauces that tease the palates with new flavor sensations- from the curry-flavored laksa to the nutty aromatic sesame oil to the nouc nam.

    Panelists: Susanna Foo- Executive Chef of Susanna Foo’s Philadelphia
    Raghavan Iyer, Author of 660 Curries
    John Nihoff, Professor, The Culinary Institute of America
    Whiting Wu, President, Summit Import Corporation
    Moderator: James Oseland, Editor in Chief, Saveur Magazine

    See you on Monday, June 2, 2008 in Asia Society: 725 Park Avenue @ 70th Street, New York City

    Registration: 6:00 – 6:30 p.m.
    Discussion: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
    Reception: 8:00 – 9:00 p.m.

    Tickets: https://tickets.asiasociety.org

    $15 for students and members; $30 for nonmembers

    Please contact us at internbus@asiasociety.org with any questions. Again, thank you for your consideration of this invitation and we sincerely hope that you will be able to join us.

    Asia Society
    725 Park Avenue New York, New York 10021

  8. Just found your blog, it’s great! I’ll be posting about my trip to Flatbush Farm tomorrow – check it out!

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