Artist Eats: Mel Kadel


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Mel Kadel to share her favorite place to eat. Mel is a Los Angeles-based artist who uses coffee-stained paper, micron .005 pens, hand mixed ink wash, pencil and blades to create carefully detailed and layered drawings of childlike characters exploring, opening up and overcoming peril with fierce determination. Continue reading for her answer.

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‘The Bloody Masterpiece’


A bloody mary featuring a brussel sprout, a celery stalk, an onion, a mushroom, a cherry tomato, a lemon, a pickle, one shrimp, one Sausage, some cheese, an olive, a green onion, one asparagus and a bacon cheeseburger slider.

Available at Sobelmans in Milwaukee

h/t @vacations

Korean Fried Chicken Waffle Taco with Agave Nectar Butter


Available during weekend brunch hours at the Kimchi Taco Truck’s brick & mortar location in Prospect Heights.

Kimchi Grill!
766 Washington Ave.
(btw. Sterling & Park Place)
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Artist Eats: Justin Krietemeyer


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Justin Krietemeyer to share his favorite place to eat. Justin is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work is a manifestation of his passion for connectivity and communication. He also co-owns and operates the design agency National Forest and the apparel brand The Times.

Continue reading for his answer.

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Advanced Fooding


The Umami Cronut Burger

Photo by Liz Barclay

“a dark-magic McMuffin”


The Rebel Within at Craftsman & Wolves in San Francisco. One of GQ’s 50 Best Things to Eat and Drink Right Now.

Artist Eats: Andrew Schoultz


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Andrew Schoultz to share his favorite place to eat. Andrew is a San Francisco-based artist whose themes of chaos and destruction often take form as large-scale installations and murals. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Curtis Kulig


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Curtis Kulig to share his favorite place to eat. Curtis is a New York-based photographer and artist who is best known for his “Love Me” campaign.  This phrase can be found on the street corners, light posts and rooftops of all major cities, and is provocative in its simplicity.

Continue reading for his answer.

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Funky Meat


Apparently dry-aged beef is now all the rage.

photo by Christopher Griffith




We love booze—remember last year’s booze cruise? So we were thrilled to find out that Shiner, Texas’ oldest independent brewery, is finally bringing its beers to New York.

The brand’s signature brew, Shiner Bock, has been a Southern staple for decades, known for its deep amber color and distinctive flavor, which is perfect for pairing with beef ribs or brisket.

It’s no surprise then that Hill Country Barbecue Market is one of the first places to carry Shiner in New York. In addition to their Longhorn Cheddar mac & cheese and braised collard greens with bacon, Hill Country now offers four Shiner beers on tap (Shiner Bock, a pilsner an IPA and a seasonal beer).

Shiner has also found a new home at VICE, where it has a branded section titled “What the Bock,” which features posts on tattoos, barbecues and asks locals who they would most like to have a beer with (answers include Kurt Cobain, Dustin Hoffman, Eazy-E and God).

We can’t wait to get down to Hill Country or pick up a pack of their golden pale ale, which would be perfect to make our favorite booze-cruise recipe: the beer-onion soup sandwich.

Artist Eats: HuskMitNavn


For the re-launch of “Artist Eats,” we asked HuskMitNavn to share his favorite place to eat. HuskMitNavn is a Danish artist who lives and works in Copenhagen. He started painting graffiti in 1993, and has since become known for his stylized characters and clever comments.

Continue reading for his answer.

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Would Give This A Try…


Pizza Hut Canada’s new Cheesy Beef Poutine pizza. It’s basically a cheese steak pizza with fries.

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