nyc dinner meetup

We have every reason to start a monthly dinner meet up like Bite at Nite.

There are so many NYC restaurants to choose from, that even if you went to a new one every single day for a year, it would barely make a dent. So you wonder, where do I even start? That’s the foundation for Bite at Nite, a monthly dinner meet up for NYC food lovers.

This intimate dinner experience, kicks off with a oppurtunity to discover a restaurant with strangers who will become friends by the time the check swings around. Bite at Nite is the perfect club for the everyday foodie who’s interested in having bomb conversations and a delicious dining experience. Each month, 6 new diners will have access to the club and together, we’ll try a new restaurant, rant or rave about it, and share our very own favorite dining experiences. After all, you’ve always wanted to be apart of a monthly dinner meet up where the conversation is yummy.

nyc dinner meetup

Get on our list to find out when the next Bite at Nite will happen and secure your spot at the table.

Eataly Sabbia Calamari
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Summer is over but and so are the reservations at Sabbia but it will be missed. Sabbia was serving beach vibes since April and it was the kind of place that made you wish your feet were dipped in sand. Since Sabbia sits on the rooftop of Eataly,  the sun shines in but not enough to give you a tan.

However if you indeed need one, sign up for our #TravelingWhileHungry trips. Just saying.

Eataly Sabbia

The restaurant is also extremely laid back, with cabana’s in the corner and cocktails at the bar. Naturally, you’ll want to kick your feet up and prepare for a great time. The bartender will add to this experience with some of their signature drinks, like the Limone-Jito or Pesca Fresca. However, I took an affinity to their Prosecco spritz which was completely refreshing, bright and keeps me holding onto summer days. With the renovation of the space for their winter restaurant, I must get over it now.

Eataly Sabbia cocktail

However, the easy to eat menu items were right up my alley, with choices like oysters and calamari. The menu wasn’t too seafood heavy and a great combination with choices from land and sea, both well represented.

Eataly Sabbia dish

Particularly fresh, the calamari was one of my favorite things on the menu, The portion is perfect for group diners who love to share and want to bite into summer. Good Calamari can be so hard to find in NYC where everyone is doing it, but at Sabbia, they’re were doing it right.

Eataly Sabbia Calamari

I briefly got a chance to try the fresh Island creek oysters, brought over from the oyster bar which was set up nearby. Real oyster lovers could appreciate this dining bonus but have to now wait and see what the new restaurant, Baita, will offer.

Eataly Sabbia Oysters