Author: Kevin Brunnock

Aquagrill, Kevin Brunnock

NYC Restaurant Review: Aquagrill

The SoHo-based Aquagrill is one of Manhattan’s finest seafood restaurants, serving up a colorful, flavorful menu and dishing out a robust variety of exceptional wines. The establishment distributes brunch, lunch and dinner, plating a wide range of items, including gluten-free items, unique desserts, fresh seafood, a scintillating collection of warm and chilled beverages. Whether ordering the Fresh Maine Sea Urchin,… Read more →

Taim Falafel, Kevin Brunnock

NYC Restaurant Review: Taïm Falafel

You can have your mouth-watering falafel and eat it, too. That’s the lesson to be learned when visiting West Village-based Taim (pronounced tah-eem). The amazing eatery boasts a strictly vegetarian, middle-eastern menu, which is adorned with warm and vibrant spices and tireless flavor. Whether selecting the traditional green falafel, which is prepared with cilantro, mint, and parsley, the mildly spicy… Read more →

Kevin Brunnock visits Quality Meats NYC

NYC Restaurant Review: Quality Meats

Succulent and savory prime cuts are synonymous with Quality Meats NYC, a renowned eatery under the Quality Branded umbrella. It’s a group that’s known for its dynamic and contemporary take on the familiar and its perpetual delivery of distinction and flawlessness. The upscale midtown establishment provides a hip and polished rustic setting, and an inviting and exclusive nature. Inspiration is… Read more →

Finding Your (Sirloin) Bliss

While visiting some of the top steak houses in New York is one of my favorite things to do, there is nothing quite as satisfying as making your own beautiful steak. World-renown chef, Gordon Ramsay, shares the secret to creating the perfect sirloin steak below! Before You Cook First, make sure you take the steaks out of the fridge twenty minutes before cooking. The… Read more →

NYC Restaurant Review : Old Homestead Steakhouse

Since 1868 the Old Homestead Steakhouse, located at 56 9th Avenue in the heart of the meatpacking district, has been one of the most iconic steak restaurants in New York City. It’s known for its exemplary prime aged USDA Texas-size slabs of beef from sirloin to porterhouse to filet mignon. Not only is the food delicious, but the service is… Read more →