NoMa Social located in the Radisson New Rochelle in New Rochelle, New York is a stylishly cool and contemporary restaurant and loungewhere Executive Chef Bill Rosenberg focuses on Mediterranean cuisine.The menu features a diverse selection of tapas as well as large plates, and cocktail fans will appreciate the interesting cocktails. TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE.
This week, we list restaurants in the region that will be open past midnight on New Year’s Eve to celebrate the arrival of 2016. If a band or DJ is mentioned, dancing is usually offered. Prices shown do not include tax or gratuity unless otherwise indicated. TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE.
A year's end is the perfect time to gather management and staff and collectively set new goals to achieve in the coming year. We asked chefs and restaurateurs what they most want to accomplish in 2016. TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE.
I’m a big fan of offering just one or two cocktails at a party rather than setting out a full bar. It’s not only simpler (and, generally speaking, a little less expensive), but in my experience, people tend to get a kick out of having signature holiday cocktails set up for them. TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE.
Butternut squash soup with cranberry and ginger snaps—the cranberry gives the soup a unique sweet yet bitter flavor that makes this appetizer a sweet start to the meal. Plus, cookies at the start of the meal are never a disappointment. TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE CLICK HERE.
As easy to prep as it is lovely in taste, this seriously seasonal fall cocktail also benefits from a few dashes of cinnamon added to the mix for a nice kick.
– 1 ounce Fireball Whiskey
– 1/2 ounce Original Sin Hard Apple Cider
– splash of ginger ale
Mix all contents together, shake and serve.
A small plate by NoMa Social’s chef that uses the best of autumn
Chef Bill Rosenberg’s Mediterranean-influenced menu at NoMa Social in New Rochelle offers many small plates; his recipe below for a tosta, or toasted bread snack from Spain, introduces American ingredients (butternut squash and pumpkin seeds) to the Iberian appetizer.
And if you want to watch Chef Rosenberg do it before tackling the recipe yourself, watch below:
Halloween for adults more often takes the form of drinks and dinner than trick-or-treating, but that doesn’t mean your customers have to forfeit their fond memories of candy. Candy-inspired cocktails at numerous restaurants are offering guests a creative taste of nostalgia. For example, popular drinks at NoMa Social in New Rochelle, NY, include the Gummy Bear (less than 150 calories per cocktail) made with Stoli Raspberry Vodka, a splash of peach schnapps, club soda and fresh peaches.