By Jane Van Arsdale
For the second year in a row, the Slow Food Show descended upon East Village haunt Jimmy’s No. 43 for a full afternoon of delicious local eats across a spectrum of different edible businesses. Bringing together an array of different local food entrepreneurs inside the confines of one of the neighborhood’s most eclectic and cozy establishments, the ingredients and methods of preparation revolve around locally sourced materials, focusing on a commitment to food that’s been dubbed ‘good, clean, and fair.’ Sunday afternoon the four hour showcase transformed the small but lively bar/restaurant into a diverse food fair, giving attendees a tremendous value at just $10 a ticket.
The bar itself was open and pouring suds all...Click here for the rest of the story.