Welcoming delectable tastes from the islands... Haiti
Eat Real NYC also celebrates United Nations Day, so we welcome a taste of the islands.
“There is no spectacle on earth more appealing than that of a beautiful woman in the act of cooking dinner for someone she loves.” wrote Thomas Wolfe. Wolfe may have been speaking about Elle Philippe who balances warmth, elegance and ease as she cooks for her guests," writes a reporter about the recently discovered magic of the Haitian-born chef. For Eat Real NYC,
Welcome, Elle! Find her here!
Eat Real NYC
This fun field to fork festival for a day is free. Hungry? Buy tickets now to taste sumptuous seasonal dishes from top chefs, right in Foley Square. At noon, join the Big Apple Crunch! Enjoy a downtown delicious dishes, Farmers Market for a Day, fresh beverages by students, all to celebrate Food Day and United Nations Day! Hear from U.N. and the World Food Programme mpower our neediest students to access all they need to get healthy!
Thursday, October 11, 2012
We are excited to announce the debut of Eat Real NYC 2012! Tickets are now on sale!
Celebrate Food Day and U.N. Day outdoors in downtown Manhattan just near the
courthouses! Join the Big Apple Crunch at noon and try to break a world record.
Eat Real NYC is a field-to-fork festival and a Farmers Market for a Day - all in Foley
Square - downtown Manhattan’s plaza just north of City Hall. NYC’s finest chefs and
food artisans from around the world will showcase seasonal dishes and our own NYC
students will serve fresh beverages, to support Seeds in the Middle, a non-profit that
empowers the city’s neediest children to eat healthy and stay active.
Support a wonderful cause while enjoying delicious fare and delightful entertainment on
Wednesday, October 24, 2012, at Manhattan’s Foley Square. Buy your tickets today!
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Eat Real NYC is launching its debut year as the premiere Food Day 2012 event! But it all started with chef-extraordinaire, Jimmy Bradley. We welcome the Harrison as our lead restaurant as chefs, farmers, artisans, students and our city's healthy movers and shakers take on Foley Square... right where they film "Law and Order." Let's have some law and lavish, fresh lunches! All to support our future - empowering our neediest students to access all they need to create healthy choices for themselves and their schools! Smoothies, anyone?
Entry is free! Tickets start at $10! Email us at email@example.com.
Farmers, artisans - great chance for a big crowd! Register here!
Check out our phenomenal pal, Jimmy with the incomparable Frank Bruni, in the New York Times!
Thanks, Jimmy! Chefs, want to join us! Here's the link!