The Slow Food Guide to New York City
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With more than 600 entries The Slow Food Guide to New York City celebrates the foods and cuisines of the city's finest neighbourhood restaurants, green markets, speciality food shops and hidden treasures that make New York such an international culinary destination. What makes this different from other food guides to New York City? All the places listed share a commitment to the values of the international Slow Food movement namely artisanship, conviviality, eco-gastronomy, freshness, sustainability, tradition and authenticity. Complied and written by two passionate food-lovers who know the city inside out, Patrick Martins is the Executive Director of Slow Food USA and Ben Watson is an author and editor whose most recent book is Slow Food. This is a comprehensive and authoritative field guide to the culinary landscape of New York City. Slow Food now boasts more than 65,000 members in 50 countries around the world, a global network of people who are prepared to defend taste and the right to a responsible form of pleasure and one in which all can share.
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