AT THE TABLE

“To know a community is to know its food.” – Gil Marks

I learn so much when I am immersed in the cuisine of exploring a new city and its community. Where do locals gather together mid-week? What second place are secrets being whispered among the few and tales told among the many? From traditional soups that warm Icelanders throughout the coldest evenings (found at the Reykjavik domestic airport) to matzoh ball soup at Katz Deli on Ludlow, At The Table explores all food – here are some places that I’ve enjoyed! For the full experience, please choose the photograph!

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La Mercerie | New York, NY

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Darjeeling Express | London, United Kingdom

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London | United Kingdom

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Vestmanna Tourist Centre | Streymoy, The Faroe Islands

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De Bakkerswinkel | Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Le Soleil d’Or | Paris, France

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Peck 22 | Brussels, Belgium

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Fridheimar | Selfoss, Iceland

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Jack’s Wife Freda | New York, NY

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Tessa | New York, NY

Rue La Rue | New York, NY

Luce | Portland, Oregon

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Reza’s | Chicago, IL

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns | Pocantico Hills, New York

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Augustine at The Beekman Hotel | New York, NY

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Tipsy Parson | New York, NY

Mee Noodle House | New York, NY

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