I love a beautiful book! These are the best of food and wine, but curated for display worthiness. Some offer recipes, others restaurant recommendations, and of course, plenty of wine knowledge. Wherever you gather with friends and family in your home, that’s where these books belong.
This charming collection of drawings of New York restaurant mainstays really captures the energy of the NYC restaurant world.
Major tips for creating photo-worthy spreads, and the most creative ideas – a bloody mary bar, bruschetta bar, steak frites board, cookie decorating board, and countless others!
An uber-complete profile of ALL grape varieties of relevance to any wine lover, including – most importantly –what the wines made from them taste like.
Literally a work of art! A gorgeous reprint of Salvador Dali’s 1973 cookbook has 100+ recipes with his illustrations, all inspired by his famously wild dinner parties.
Questlove imagines inviting 50 different chefs, entertainers, and musicians to a dinner party. Each personality gets paired with a recipe and a song for a fun read.
A way to explore the tales, symbolism, and traditions that come with the food on our plates, and the cultures represented.
Everyday tips, key varietals, tasting notes, infographics and more in this book from the wine director and sommelier at Le Bernardin.
For anyone that appreciates good design, this huge book has almost every food infographic imaginable – from flavor pairings to cooking tools and types of tea.
Listen your way through 70 of the best vinyl albums of all time, with cocktails to pair as you go.
A breakdown of cocktails into six fundamental styles that almost any drink can be built from, so you can master the classics and beyond.
Tips and tricks of the wine world! This book shares beautiful, detailed maps of the top wine regions, wine labeling and classification 101, a food and wine pairing section and a primer on tasting like a pro.