By Julie Lindow It is rare that one falls in love with a restaurant. The Fabrika tou Efrosinos is a dream come true, a new restaurant and wine bar in the hopping Koukaki neighborhood of Athens, Greece. The restaurant grew out of the fantastical tale of Efrosinos, the patron saint of all cooks.
Editor’s note: It is timely that veteran film distributor and film lover Gary Palmucci has written a review for us of Ben Davis’ new book Repertory Movies Theatres of New York City: Havens for Revivals, Indies and the Avant-Garde, 1960–1994 (McFarland 2017) The last week of December 2017 saw the passing of one of the giants in art […]
A Bear and a Bull and a Restored Movie Palace By Thomas Downs I took a walk in the Mission District the other night, on my way to meet up with Al Barna and Randall Homan for a drink at the New Mission Theater. I hadn’t been in the neighborhood for several months, and with […]
by Julie Lindow (Ed. note: This is the second of two parts about Stookey’s Club Moderne, celebrating its first anniversary this month. Part One ran in the Jan. 22 edition of EatDrinkFilms.) Whether you want a quiet corner to finish your book along with a perfect Negroni, to observe an extraordinary bartender in action, or […]
by Julie Lindow Join me in raising a toast to Stookey’s Club Moderne, a delightful 1930s art deco-style cocktail bar that opened in January 2015, by a dynamic trio of owners – husband and wife Tim Stookey and Leslie Cole Stookey and Leslie’s cousin Aaron Cole.
by Julie Maravelis Lindow Julie Lindow’s unique story about Greek outdoor cinemas comes at the perfect time, as the Bay Area’s outdoor movie screenings have become very popular.