NYC Restaurants Celebrate Decade Anniversaries, Proving 2004 Changed How We Dine

Foodable WebTV Network | Photo Credit: The Spotted Pig

Foodable WebTV Network | Photo Credit: The Spotted Pig

Upon welcoming in a new year, most of us tend to reflect back on the one that has passed. But if you go back a bit further in the restaurant industry – a decade, to be precise – you'll see how much New York's restaurant scene has progressed. A decade ago, in 2004, certain pieces of the foodie puzzle were just embarking on fruition, and it has created a landscape we are now familiar with – still progressive, still innovative. 2004 is an important marker, as it gave us talents like April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman's The Spotted Pig. Momofuku Noodle Bar came onto the scene. Per Se and Masa began its venture. Read More