Join Slow Food NYC for an intimate discussion with restaurateur Andrew Tarlow (Diner, Marlow & Sons, the Wythe Hotel) about his restaurants and businesses, his commitment to local and sustainable products, and his recently released cookbook, Dinner at the Long Table.
Andrew Tarlow is widely credited with pioneering the Brooklyn dining scene, from his first restaurant, Diner, opened in 1999 in an old railroad car in Willamsburg, to his latest venture, Achilles Heel, a casual neighborhood bar in Greenpoint. His empire includes Marlow & Daughters, a butcher/specialty food store; She Wolf Bakery, which focuses on naturally leavened breads; and Marlow Goods, which creates leather products from the hides of animals from local farms. Dinner at the Long Table, written with Anna Dunn, is Andrew's first cookbook. It features 17 celebratory menus, from birthdays to the new year, along with the stories, people, and recipes that have inspired his journey. Andrew will be interviewed by Matt Duckor, senior editor at Epicurious.
Snacks will be provided by Natural Gourmet Institute and drinks will be provided by Hoxie. This event is free and open to all but RSVP is required.
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