JBF on the Air: New York Restaurants, Now and Then

Paul Freedman

 

What was it like to be at a New York dinner party in 1870? To find out, JBF's Mitchell Davis took a historical culinary trip with Paul Freedman, history professor at Yale University, on yesterday's episode of Taste Matters. The two revisited old menus and dining trends in the context of class and cultural status, talked about our nation's first restaurants and current groundbreaking establishments, and considered the cultural and historical importance of dining out in America. Listen below to learn more:

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On the Menu: December 12 through December 18

Beard HouseHere’s what’s happening at the Beard House and around the country next week:

Monday, December 13, 7:00 P.M. Delicious by Design Winner of this year’s JBF Award for Outstanding Restaurant Design, the Guggenheim’s stunningly chic Wright restaurant offers more than just breathtaking environs: its seasonal and distinctive menu, curated by David Bouley protégé Rodolfo Contreras, is lauded by diners and art lovers alike. Tuesday, December 14, 7:00 P.M. French with an Asian Twist South Carolina’s only Maitre Cuisinier de France (and one of the world’s youngest), Lyon native Nico Romo brings his je ne sais quoi and Asian accents to the sophisticated French cooking at Fish. A hot spot on Charleston’s restaurant scene, Fish is also

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