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The City Cook can help with tips for menu planning, recipes, and budgeting your Thanksgiving dinner.
Andy Fisher of Astor Wines & Spirits/Astor Center chooses wines for our most iconic meal.
Brian Flanagan of The Burgundy Wine Company talks about the wines of Burgundy and the Rhône Valley.
Spending summer in the city? Take a food, wine or spirits class at Astor Center.
The pleasure and art of the apèritif -- the prelude to dinner.
Robin Kelly O'Connor, Director of Sales and Education for Sherry-Lehmann Brothers, talks about Champagne and sparkling wines.
Upper East Side wine store that features fine French wines.
Rhymes and instructions for making a classic martini.
Murray Rosen of Columbus Avenue Wine & Spirits talks about being an effective neighborhood wine merchant.
What to know when cooking with wine, including which wines to use.
Williamsburg wine shop with a diverse selection at all prices.
Wine merchants in Ditmas Park.
Long Island City wine store.
Park Slope wine merchants that specialize in matching wine to food.
Large and resourceful, but without losing its neighborhood vibe or good prices. And dog-friendly.
All-Italian grocery, food hall, and restaurant. Big, audacious and abbondanza!
One of New York's leading stores for wine and spirits. Outstanding selection at all prices, a knowledgeable staff, and resourceful web site.
A welcoming and knowing wine and liquor store in Park Slope.
Matt Barclay of Bierkraft in Park Slope, Brooklyn, talks with us about beer -- its history, how it's made, developing a beer palate, and matching beer to food.
Baseball, backyard memories, and a first taste of beer.
Resourceful and friendly wine and spirit store.
Specialty wine store with expertise and deep selections in wines from Burgundy.
Popular wine shop in the Flatiron neighborhood.
A shop that specializes in wine and grocery items from Chile.
A conversation with author and master mixologist, A. J. Rathbun.
Bourbon lovers and other spirit aficionados can say goodbye to LeNell Smothers before she leaves Red Hook for Mexico. One night only, September 25.
New York's leading on-line grocer.
Andy Fisher of Astor Wines & Spirits/Astor Center gives us "Wine 101" for the city cook.
In Williamsburg: rare and obscure ales, lagers and ciders. Plus Mast Bros. Chocolate.
A small Williamsburg wine and spirits shop.
If you want to know more about wine, New York offers a rich variety of wine schools, courses and tastings. Come fill a glass.
Upper East Side wine merchants.
East side wine store that specializes in French and Italian wines.
High-end wine merchant in the financial district.
Rockefeller Center wine merchant with knowledgeable staff and high-end selection.
Wine and liquor merchant in midtown Manhattan with extensive selections of French wines and single-malt Scotch.
Upper West Side wine store that focuses on matching wine to food.
A fine wine and spirits merchant near Columbus Circle.
A full service and well-stocked wine and liquor store that's been in the Columbus Circle neighborhood for long before Time Warner made it fancy.
Harlem wine store with an extensive selection, expert service and a commitment to community.
Upper West Side wine shop. Popular for its big selection and low prices.
Knowledgable and very helpful wine and spirits shop. Excellent selection at all prices.
The Culinary Institute of America is now offering cooking classes at the beautiful Astor Center, a new culinary and wine center in Manhattan.
Huge and resourceful wine and spirits merchant in NoHo that offers more than 10,000 labels. Upstairs is the Astor Center, a major new food and wine education center.
Some of the best ingredients and merchants that helped make 2007 a flavorful year.
A friendly and well-stocked wine and spirit shop in Cobble Hill. A sister store to Stinky Brooklyn.
One of New York's best wine stores. Outstanding international wine selection at all price points, smart staff, great service.
A small wine shop in Dumbo with a carefully chosen selection of not-only-French wines and an even larger international inventory on its web site.
Two popular Manhattan merchants have moved to new locations. Sherry-Lehman left Madison for Park Avenue and a loved Sutton Place butcher has gone two blocks north.
A Park Slope wine shop distinguished by their selection of organic and artisanal European wines, especially Austrian and German. Friendly, helpful and knowledgable wine merchants.