For the Adventurous Foodie
Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 11:55 AM | Amanda Mactas
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If you like food as much as we do, then you are always on the prowl for something new and different...and delicious. Luckily, New York is known for its culinary diversity. Here are some of our latest, favorite unique foodie spots. 

The Curry Club: Should your tastebuds lean toward eclectic, The Curry Club that just debuted at Jones Wood Foundry is for you. Jason Hicks has partnered with Saira Malhotra to showcase a different curry each week here at the first Anglo-Indian collaborations at a British pub outside of England. In addition to the delicious dishes, Jones Wood Foundry will also offer Indian brews and wines to complement the food. The $23 dishes will be available November 12, 19, and 26th from 6-11pm.

Jones Wood Foundry is located at 401 E. 76th St. 212-249-2700

The Empire Room Lunch: Most of you know of the swanky Empire Room lounge and sip on their creative cocktails by night. But now there's a reason to visit the iconic spot by day. Recently, the cocktail hot spot launched a bar lunch menu and it's no joke. Order up their heavenly chili and you'll definitely be back again. The menu also includes a selection of salads, flatbreads, paninis, and more. And don't forget to order one of their signature cocktails to wash it down. Remember, it's always 5-o'clock somewhere.

The Empire Room is located at 350 5th Ave. 212-643-5400

Chocolate Show: The 15th Annual New York Chocolate Show by Event International is hitting the city this weekend. Cacao lovers will delight in over 65 fine chocolates at the Metropolitan Pavilion reveling in the the most smooth 'n' creamy cocoa you can sink your teeth into. There will also be book signings by award-winning authors, cooking demos, culinary theater, and tastings galore! Check out the schedule and snag your tickets here.


The Metropolitan Pavilion is located at 125 W. 18th St. 212-463-0071

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