My Life in Food Resource Guide

Learn more about the people and places featured in My Life in Food.

Show: My Life in Food
Lauren Gerrie preps in style for the bigLITTLE Supper Club's Roaring 20s dinner party.

Episode 4: Now You See It, Now You Don't

The Hunger, Pop-Up Restaurants
"Culinary Guerilla," an eminently appropriate term to describe The Hunger's series of irreverent pop-up restaurants; co-founder Alan Philips' most recent project is The Feast.
New York, NY

Soho Grand Hotel
Opened in 1996, the boutique hotel was host to The Hunger's second pop-up restaurant.
310 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013
212-965-3000

Sky Group, Entertainment and Event Marketing Group
Alan Phillips and Josh Shames' hospitality and marketing group, specializing in hotels, casinos, restaurants and nightclubs.
41 Union Square West, New York, NY 10003
212-414-4693

bigLITTLE Supper Club
Flannery Klette-Kolton and Lauren Gerrie founded this boutique catering service to make gastronomic fantasies for parties large and small come true.
New York, NY

Chelsea Market
Formerly a Nabisco factory, Chelsea Market is now on the map for New York City tourists and residents alike as one of the top places for gourmet explorations. For a little history with your food, take one of Foods of New York's tours.
75 9th Ave., New York, NY 10011
212-242-7360

The Lobster Place
Located within Chelsea Market, The Lobster Place is the city's largest purveyor of live lobster, and a destination for seafood lovers of all kind.
75 9th Ave., New York, NY
212-255-5672

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