The bone broth trend reached a peak yesterday with what is probably the country's very first bone broth festival, right here in New York City. Located inside a giant inflatable cube in the South Street Seaport, the festival offered bone broths from various restaurants including a matzoh chicken broth from Baz Bagel, a Wild Turkey spiked broth from Belle Reve, and many more. Eater stopped by yesterday to check out the scene, and see just what this bone broth thing is all about.
Scenes from New York's First and Only Bone Broth Festival
Welcome to a weekend edition of Eater Scenes, where Eater visits one of the city's many restaurants, bars, and food events to capture it at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. Today, the Bone Broth Festival.
- Life viewed through the broth to-go cup.
- The bone broth baby actually actually did attract business
- Signs of the times. Bones and iPad.
- Broth in the fast-paced, digital age.
- Good chicken broth, but why is Katz's trying to cash in on this trend in the first place?
- That cube lighting makes this whole place look like an alien abduction site.
- There's a little matzah brain floating in there
- Note the flask.
- Everyone loves broth.
- If that's true why are you just pouring drinks?
- Nothing like ear-splitting gypsy rock to get you in the mood for some broth.
- Not sure what Dolly Parton has to do with bone broth.
- Or those the hats. Or the flamingo.
- There's a masculine appeal to getting bone-brothed.
- This Jamaican fish tea was easily the best broth available.
- The aftermath.