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About Choice Eats

The Village Voice’s Third Annual Choice Eats

Monday March 22, 2010 6:30 - 9:30pm
The 69th Armory at Lexington Avenue
68 Lexington Ave @ 26th Street, NYC

Set amid the backdrop of the historic 69th Armory on Lexington Avenue, the famous building where the movement called Modern Art was first presented to the American public in 1913, including the just-completed Marcel Duchamp canvas, “Nude Descending a Staircase,” guests will be invited to sample delicious cuisines that would otherwise require days of travel.

Featuring 50+ restaurants and food from over 35 nations, including Vietnamese, Italian, Uzbekistani, Brazilian, Cambodian, Russian, Tunisian, and Cajun/Creole among many others, Choice Eats stands out as a food event that highlights the hidden gems of New York City’s diverse culinary landscape.

Only guests ages 21 and over admitted.

For general questions about Choice Eats, please feel free to write us at: choice_eats@villagevoice.com

About The Village Voice Food Critics

Robert Sietsema was born in St. Joseph, Michigan, and grew up in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Dallas. After getting his bachelors at the University of Texas at Austin and masters at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, he moved to New York City, and now he can think of living nowhere else. After working a series of odd jobs, and playing bass in the band Mofungo, he started the world’s first food fanzine, Down the Hatch, and parlayed that into a career as restaurant critic at the Village Voice, which he has been doing for 14 years. He’s also a regular contributor to Gourmet magazine. Sietsema has a wife who's a textile designer, and a daughter who's an engineer at Google.

Sarah DiGregorio started writing about food after attending cooking school in Los Angeles. She has written for Angeleno magazine, Saveur, Gastronomica, Chile Pepper magazine, Time Out New York and Elegant Bride, and is now a staff writer at the Voice. One of her articles appears in the newly released book, Best Food Writing of 2008.