Entries Categorized as 'MEATPACKING'

The Collective: Zany New Restaurant in Meatpacking District Serving Gimmicky (But Surprisingly Good) Food Until 4AM Thursday-Sunday

Date March 25, 2010

A designer denim couch? A pill bottle chandelier? A wall made of slot machines? Not a scene you’d expect to find in the Meatpacking District.  And not a place you’d expect to find NYC Food Guy.  But in New York, anything is possible, even on a Tuesday.  That’s how I found myself at the opening […]

Free Food (Including Lamb Burgers) from Michael Psilakis Tonight & Tomorrow In Meatpacking District 12AM-2AM

Date December 4, 2009

Free food alert! This one complements of Ketel One Vodka who in the spirit of “celebrating the season responsibly,” (because THAT’S HOW THEY DO in Meatpacking!) brought Michael Pislakis on board to dole out free food from the “Ketel One Canteen.”  NYC Food Guy stopped by last night and discovered Psiklalis is offering three pre-prepared […]

Bill’s Bar & Burger in Meatpacking District Overrated By Critics

Date November 23, 2009

Just when you thought the burger frenzy had calmed, Bill’s Bar & Burger hits the scene about a month ago garnering Shake Shake comparisons and “best” burger praise from A Hamburger Today, Ed Levine at Serious Eats, Josh Ozersky (RIP Feedbag), and Rob and Robin at NYMag. Bill’s, the brainchild of Stephen Hanson (B.R. Guest), […]

Pastis: Burger with Fried Egg Recipe for Disaster?

Date July 24, 2008

I’ve never had a cheeseburger with a fried egg on it and I never go to the Meatpacking District. It was time to knock off two birds with one stone by having the Cheeseburger a cheval ($17) at uber-trendy French bistro Pastis. Once I overcame the ostentatious cougars milling about the bar, I was ready […]