News Articles from June, 2016

June 23, 2016

"Intersections is a BID series focused on information, ideas, and our community. The series is produced by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership; this edition focuses on Flatiron-centric books and is being presented in collaboration with Rizzoli Bookstore." Click here for more details.

June 17, 2016

"The new location still boasts their motto “Welcome to the most beautiful bookstore in New York City” and visitors say it lives up to the hype," writes Gothamist. Read all about it here.

June 2, 2016

The New York Times coined the name "NoMad" in 1999 to refer to the area North of Madison (Square), but we simply call this distinct Manhattan district "home." And one of the things we love most about our neighbors is how well fed they keep us. Here's a roundup of some our favorite cookbooks that will let you sample the cuisine of our favorite NYC neighborhood without ever leaving your kitchen.

THE NOMAD COOKBOOK (The NoMad, 1170  Broadway)

Chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara are the proprietors of two of New York's most beloved and pioneering restaurants: Eleven Madison Park and The NoMad. Their team is known not only for its perfectly executed, innovative cooking, but also for creating extraordinary, genre-defying dining experiences."The NoMad Cookbook"translates the unparalleled and often surprising food and drink of the restaurant into book form.

REAL MAINE FOOD (Luke's Lobster, 5 W. 25th Street)

Eating a hot buttered lobster roll is like taking a mini-vacation: it conjures the scent of salt in the air and the crash of waves on the rocks—the essence of a day at the beach in Maine. Now, with Real Maine Food you can re-create this humble delicacy as well as more than 100 other Maine dishes at home. The authors take a ride on a nineteenth-century schooner, build a beach clambake, and judge a pie-eating contest at a state fair—all in search of the best recipes from accomplished small-town home cooks as well as renowned restaurants and food artisans.

NUM PANG COOKBOOK (Num Pang, 1129 Broadway)

100 Cambodian- and Southeast Asian-inspired recipes from New York's favorite sandwich shop In a city with so many great sandwich joints, Num Pang Sandwich Shop is a standout, receiving high praise from numerous sources including Bon Appetit and Zagat. Num Pang sandwiches are similar to Vietnamese banh mi, but what makes them so special is the inventive fillings, ranging from Glazed Five-Spice Pork Belly to Seared Coconut Tiger Shrimp to Hoisin Meatballs. With touches of graffiti art inspired by the chain s signature urban, hip-hop style, NUM PANG looks just as bold as the mouthwatering recipes taste.

GIRL AND HER GREENS (The Breslin, 16 W. 29th Street)

From the chef and restaurant owner of the Breslin in NoMad comes a beautiful, full-color cookbook that offers tantalizing seasonal recipes for a wide variety of vegetables, from summer standbys such as zucchini to earthy novelties like sunchokes. A Girl and Her Greens reflects the lighter side of the renowned chef whose name is nearly synonymous with nose-to-tail eating. Written in her appealing, down-to-earth style, A Girl and Her Greens features beautiful color photography, lively illustrations, and insightful sidebars and tips on her techniques, as well as charming narratives that reveal her sources of inspiration.

HOW TO EATALY (Eataly, 200 Fifth Avenue)

The secrets to Italian cooking, straight from the source—the wildly popular food emporium that is founded in Italy. "The more you know, the more you will enjoy" is the philosophy behind Eataly, and it is the idea behind this essential compendium of Italian cooking. Here, Eataly’s team of experts, including Mario Batali and Lidia Bastianich, covers everything you need to know about Italian food, starting from the ground up. 

June 1, 2016

"May 26, Sting singing 'Englishman in New York' at Rizzoli Bookstore to toast new book, 'Bill Jacklin’s New York.'" Read about it here.

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