Entries Categorized as 'NYC FOOD GUY VIDEO'

VIDEO: Watch my new food web series “The Explorers” and discover exciting ethnic cuisines!

Date January 11, 2017

Apparently all my eating is paying off! I’m hosting a brand new food web series called “The Explorers” for Thrillist.com! On each episode we go around the world without leaving New York City as I help viewers discover incredible ethnic cuisines through each cuisine’s most classic dishes. Watch and enjoy and please share on Facebook. […]

VIDEO: Tasting Homemade Versions of NFL Football’s Craziest Stadium Foods

Date October 3, 2016

America loves NFL football and the “idea” of going to the game is great. But let’s be honest unless you’re a die hard fan, going to the game is not that much fun without great seats, a lot of booze and an awesome tailgate.  So this year NFL teams are following in the footsteps of Major […]

VIDEO: Tasting Homemade Versions of Major League Baseball’s Craziest Stadium Food for 2016

Date April 4, 2016

The players are in shape for Major League Baseball’s Opening Day but the fans are in trouble especially if you look at the new lineup of edible monstrosities being sold this season at ballparks all over the country. Instead of immediately doing aerobic exercise Steve Overmyer, sports anchor for New York City’s WCBS & WLNY55-10 […]

NYC Food Guy Video: A few of the most exciting savory & sweet options at Smorgasburg

Date September 23, 2013

“Good things to those who wait.”  Or so they say.  When it comes to sweet food videos, however, there’s no time like the present. Smorgasburg is a food festival unlike any other in New York City. It crashes into the Brooklyn coast each weekend through November – Saturdays in Williamsburg and Sundays in DUMBO – […]

NYC Food Guy on PIX11 Morning News: Best Cheap Eats in Manhattan, Queens and Long Island

Date September 15, 2011

I may have disappeared for a full year, but it was not without reason: I chose a job over my blog. But now I have a new employer and only one thing matters: NYC Food Guy is back!   If you know NYC Food Guy, you know I’m dedicated to finding delicious and affordable food. […]

NYC Food Guy on PIX11 Morning News: Where to Drink Outside and Eat Cold Desserts Before Summer Ends

Date September 13, 2011

I may have disappeared for a full year, but it was not without reason: I chose a job over my blog. But now I have a new employer and only one thing matters: NYC Food Guy is back!   Whether New Yorkers have missed NYC Food Guy or not, soon they’ll all be missing summer. […]

In The Meatball Shop’s Kitchen with Chef & Co-Owner Daniel Holzman

Date July 9, 2010

YouTube Link How did The Meatball Shop’s Chef and Co-Owner Daniel Holzman get a job a Le Bernadin at age 14? Which HBO TV star stole his first love? Where did the idea for The Meatball Shop come from? He’ll answer those questions plus we’ll make a little history, tasting The Meatball Shop’s brand new, […]

Chuck Hughes, Star of Cooking Channel’s “Chuck’s Day Off,” Eats Roni Sue’s Pig Candy & Soler Pupusas & Loves Momofuku & Zak Pellacio’s Dungeness Crab

Date July 6, 2010

YouTube Link Montreal native Chuck Hughes wanted to be in a biker gang when he grew up.  He got the tattoos but he traded the motorcycle for the Cooking Channel Ice Cream Truck.  That’s how NYC Food Guy found the star of Cooking Channel’s “Chuck’s Day Off” two Saturdays ago, handing out free People’s Pops […]

NYC Food Guy Video: Are America’s Best Regional Food Specialties Worth The Hype?

Date June 22, 2010

YouTube Link The Food Network Great American Food & Music Festival passed two Sundays ago without much fanfare. But that didn’t stop NYC Food Guy from having some fun! Eighteen restaurants were serving up their regional specialties at the New Meadowlands Stadium and I wasn’t about to miss out on a chance to try the […]

NYC Food Guy Video: In the Kitchen at Carino Cooking Chorizo Stuffed Gorditas

Date May 24, 2010

What better way to discover a new restaurant than to get in the kitchen with one of the co-owners and one of the chefs and see a signature dish being made firsthand? NYC Food Guy had the pleasure of this experience Saturday at Williamsburg’s newest Mexican restaurant Carino.  Owned by several former employees of the […]

NYC Food Guy Video: Cheap Late Night Eats Food Tour, West Village to East Village, Everything Under $10

Date May 14, 2010

NYC Food Guy’s favorite thing about downtown Manhattan is the food, especially the cheap late night eats, which may be more satisfying than any other meal.  For your viewing pleasure, I present my 4-stop cheap late night eats tour, from West Village to East Village, and everything is under $10.  You’ll thank me later.  Read […]

NYC Food Guy Video: NYC Food Guy’s Favorites at the Red Hook Ball Fields

Date May 3, 2010

Opening weekend at the Red Hook Ball Fields has passed which means you now have only 26 more weekends to eat some of the most authentic, fresh and cheap Central American food in New York City.  But whenever you make it out there, NYC Food Guy is here to see that you make the most […]

NYC Food Guy Interviewed in ABC News Story “Food Paparazzi: It’s Their ‘Porn'”

Date May 3, 2010

As the popularity of food blogging and social networking collide, the World Wide Web is seeing more photos of food from all walks of life. ABC News is currently airing a story called “Food Paparazzi: It’s Their ‘Porn’”, which includes an interview with NYC Food Guy. How did it go? You’ll have to watch and […]

NYC Food Guy Video: Opening Day with the Hester Street Fair Food Vendors

Date April 26, 2010

Hester Street Fair opened its gates Saturday reviving a tradition of Hester Street vendors dating back to the late 1800s.  And while knishes and fresh fish have been replaced by Sigmund Pretzelshop and Luke’s Lobster roll, Brooklyn-based Mile End made sure there was still some bagels and lox.  Staying true to it’s melting pot roots, […]

NYC Food Guy Video: Citi Field’s New Food plus NYC Food Guy’s Perfect Menu at the Ballpark

Date April 2, 2010

Disco Frites? Fiery and crisp Korean fried chicken?  Buffalo chicken pizza topped with bleu cheese?  This sounds more like the menu of The Collective than some of the new additions to Citi Field.  After a comprehensive Citi Field food preview in 2009, NYC Food Guy reunites with SNY’s Ted Berg for a taste of what’s […]