Baruch students rejoice! Italian marketplace and food hall Eataly is hosting a Restaurant Festival at their Flatiron location. Eataly’s six full-service restaurants including SERRA by Birreria, Il Pesce, and La Pizza & La Pasta will be offering two-course meals starting at $18 with $25 bottles of wine. Menus are in the works but you can make a reservation here today.

Eataly NYC Flatiron Restaurant Fest
When: November 5-18, 2018
Where: 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010
Pricing:  Two-course lunch or dinner starting at $18 – see all details here.

 

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The 9th annual LUCKYRICE FEAST: Breaking Bao takes place this month at the Bowery Hotel. The food festival will be celebrating inter-generational cuisine showcasing exclusive dishes and drinks from all over Asia. The impressive tasting menu includes Off-menu Spinach Dumplings with Shrimp & Asparagus Dumplings by Tim Ho Wan, Lady M‘s Signature Mille Crêpes & Green Tea Mille Crêpes, and Tuna Bhel by Baar Baar.

Breaking Bao 
When: Friday, Nov 16, 2018, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Where: Bowery Hotel – 335 Bowery NYC
Admission: $88. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Lucky Chow, Inc., which fosters awareness in global Asian communities by using Asian culinary culture to explore the diversity of the Asian experience. Purchase tickets here!

 

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Smorgasburg and Vice are partnering for a unique night market experience for the months of November and December. Every Friday, the indoor event will feature curated vendors, drinks, and performances hosted by Vice. Check out some crowd favorites such as Barbeque by Carnal, Sheng Jien Bao by Mao’s Bao, and Chef Crafted Ice Cream by Bona Bona. See the full list of vendors here, and check the performance lineup here.

Smorgasburg x VICE Night Market
When: Every Friday starting November 2. 6pm-late
Where: Villain, 307 Kent Ave, Brooklyn. Villain, VICE’s new event space, is conveniently located just off the Williamsburg Bridge, near the L, J, M lines, and can be easily reached by the NYC Ferry’s South Williamsburg stop.
Admission: General Admission is free, tickets with perks are available for purchase. All ages allowed for entry from 6-8pm, 21+ from 8pm on.

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Broadway Bites is back at Greeley for the fall season! Enjoy steaming dumplings from Silly Chilly Dumplings, traditional Mexican fare from Frida’s Favorites, and sweet treats by Macaron Parlour, all in the heart of midtown. Check out this festival before it ends on Friday, November 2nd.

Broadway Bites
When:  11am – 9pm Daily
Where: Greeley Square – Broadway, between 32nd and 33rd Street.
Admission: FREE!
See the full list of vendors here!

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This year, Hester Street Fair is hosting an exclusive event with Yelp superstars Matty, Sammy, Alex, and Mike of @FoodBabyNY! The Foodbaby family is curating their favorite local eats from around New York City for a one-day food festival. Be sure to grab a selfie with the fam and check out vendors like Supermoon Bakehouse, Ramen Burger, and Big Mozz!

Hester Street Fair – Food Baby Festival
When: Sunday, Ocotober 21st, 11AM – 7PM
Where: Intersection of Essex St. & Hester St.
Admission: FREE!
For more info head over the Eventbrite!

 

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Students for a Free Tibet is bringing back the Annual Momo Crawl to Diversity Plaza in Jackson Heights, Queens! Enjoy delicious steaming momo from over 25 Tibetan, Nepalese, and South Asian restaurants. This year, momo passports gives foodies access to the crawl, as well as traditional transportation in a wooden, vintage-style trolley to escort crawlers around the perimeter of the crawl. The crawl will also feature Himalayan music and dance performances. Finally, foodies can vote for their favorite momo vendor at the end of the crawl –  the winning vendor will receive the Momo Championship Belt made of yak hide!

7th Annual Momo Crawl 
When: Sunday, October 7, 2018 1-5PM
Where: 73-19 37th Rd, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Admission: $10. Grab your Momo Passport here!



 

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The New York African Restaurant Week Festival is a one day event with over 25 restaurants and food vendors representing food from all over Africa. Experience live music, special performances, goodie bag giveaways, and cultural vendors. Check out this festival at MIST Harlem on Saturday, October 13.

New York African Restaurant Week Festival
When: Sat, October 13, 2018 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Where: MIST Harlem 46 W 116th St New York, NY 10026
General Admission: $15.00 plus fees. Grab tickets here!

 



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EEEEEATSCON, a unique food experience, is coming to Forest Hills, Queens! Unlike the standard NYC food event, EEEEEATSCON has curated local delights and unique vendors from across the country. The event is hosted by The Infatuation, a restaurant discovery platform. Beyond delicious food, EEEEEATSCON will have live musical performances throughout the day and boasts an impressive list of speakers.

Headliners include American Figure Skater, Adam Rippon, Rapper, Anik Khan, and Nina and Tim Zagat of the Zagat Survey.

EEEEEATSCON Food Festival
Where: Forest Hills Stadium – 1 Tennis Pl, Forest Hills, NY 11375
When: Saturday, October 6, 2018, 12:00 PM –  6:00PM
Admission: $30 Purchase tickets here.

     
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Baruch students rejoice! Madison Square Eats is back for the fall season! Now running for nearly a decade, Mad. Sq. Eats brings together some of NYC’s best restaurants and vendors right here in Flatiron District. Check out some crowd favorites such as Roberta’s (they bring their own wood-fired oven!!)Cheesesteak by Truffleist , and Ice and Vice. The event runs until 9:00pm so Baruch students can grab a bite right after class.

Madison Square Eats
Where: General William Jenkins Worth Monument, 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010
Fall Schedule: Saturday, September 8, to Friday, October 5, 2018 – 11:00am – 9:00pm
Admission: FREE
See the complete list of vendors here! 

     
          

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If you need a break from the usual gyro over rice, check out Ikimchi on Lexington Ave and 24th St. This Baruch student favorite provides a variety of ramyun, kimbob, and Korean barbeque dishes. If you’re looking for something spicy, try Ikimchi’s topokki (sauteed rice cakes) with odeng (fish cake) and eggs. All dishes are college student friendly – no item is over $7.50!

Korean Barbeque Over Rice
Chicken Ramyun

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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