The “poet of the American diner,” Josh Ozersky, takes British food writer and restaurant critic Jay Rayner, to a classic New York diner, Joe Jr., to introduce him to the “glories of American vernacular cuisine.” On the menu, grilled cheese, burgers, meatloaf, and of course, Josh’s beloved buttered toast.
Enjoy this gorgeous time-lapse video of our photo booth from Absurdity at the McKittrick. Did you spot yourself?
Attention all meat lovers! Prepare your appetite and tastebuds, for next week your beefy fantasies will be realized! On June 27th, Meat God and Goddess, Pat LaFrieda and April Bloomfield, will combine their powers to provide lucky guests with an epic evening of butchery and gluttony at The Ace Hotel.
The Breslin Butcher’s Ball, produced by Underground Eats and Meatopia, will be showcasing the “crown jewels” from LaFrieda’s impressive dry-aging room. Previously enjoyed by only the elite and very well-connected, LaFrieda’s Reserve beef will be available for meat-lovers at this exclusive dining experience. While tickets to the event are sold out due to high demand, fear not! For this is the first of many collaborations with the meaty dream team.
As an entertaining amuse bouche before the June 27th feast, watch co-host Josh Ozersky visit LaFrieda’s dry-aging room where he inspects the beautiful LaFrieda Reserve beef.
The Huffington Post names Underground Eats-produced Ozersky TV as one of New York’s best food blogs. Obviously, we agree. Revisit some of the classics: Josh channeling Joan Rivers on the James Beard Awards red carpet, describing himself as a Soviet-style unperson, and of course, eating balut, above.