Action Bronson Eats Blowfish at Morimoto, Pot-Infused Branzino at Home
Rick Ross might be the most profilic food rapper right now, but Action Bronson is close. In fact, the Queens rapper started out in the food biz, as the son of a restaurateur and with an education from the New York City Art Institute’s culinary program. Now, with his album Dr. Lecter earning him comparisons to Ghostface Killah and news this week that Bronson signed with Warner Brothers imprint VICE Records, the music business is treating him well, but Bronson still seems himself opening up a restaurant of his own, “a small exclusive joint with ten seats or so, where people can enjoy what I give them and that’s that.” Until then, you can check him out next Thursday when he headlines a free Converse Rubber Tracks show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. But first, read about pit-roasted goat, weed-infused vinaigrette, and a weekend trip to Chuck E. Cheese’s in this week’s New York Diet.

Action Bronson Eats Blowfish at Morimoto, Pot-Infused Branzino at Home

Rick Ross might be the most profilic food rapper right now, but Action Bronson is close. In fact, the Queens rapper started out in the food biz, as the son of a restaurateur and with an education from the New York City Art Institute’s culinary program. Now, with his album Dr. Lecter earning him comparisons to Ghostface Killah and news this week that Bronson signed with Warner Brothers imprint VICE Records, the music business is treating him well, but Bronson still seems himself opening up a restaurant of his own, “a small exclusive joint with ten seats or so, where people can enjoy what I give them and that’s that.” Until then, you can check him out next Thursday when he headlines a free Converse Rubber Tracks show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. But first, read about pit-roasted goat, weed-infused vinaigrette, and a weekend trip to Chuck E. Cheese’s in this week’s New York Diet.