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Hudson Square Music and Wine Festival

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Music, food, and booze at City Winery every Tuesday

City Winery is bringing back the Hudson Square Music and Wine Festival this summer in New York City. Every Tuesday through Labor Day, City Winery hosts live music, food, and wine in the courtyard behind City Winery.

Guests can enjoy a free outdoor live performance from different artists like Luisa Maita, Ryan Montbleau Bad, Marshall Crenshaw, and Toubab Krewe from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. During these performances, guests can enjoy the wine made by City Winery as well as a selection of Radeberger beers. There is also food provided by neighborhood caterer Great Performances, with food offerings such as hot dogs, beet chips, thunder pickles, and mudslide cookies, and peach iced tea.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Support the independent voice of Miami and help keep the future of New Times free.

Cerveceria La Tropical executive chef Cindy Hutson recalls the first time she felt like a professional chef.

It was the mid-90's, and she was helming the kitchen at Norma's on the Beach. The then-new restaurant was the brainchild of Delius Shirley, son to the famous Jamaican chef Norma Shirley &mdash a woman whom Food & Wine magazine had recently dubbed "the Julia Child of the Caribbean." At the time, she recalls feeling as though she had big shoes to fill.

Hutson had met Delius earlier that year through work. She was importing coffee and other items from Jamaica he was traveling to Miami sourcing hard-to-find ingredients for his mother's Montego Bay restaurant. At the time, the single mother of two had no idea he would become both her life and business partner.


Watch the video: Jim Keller, 5th Annual Hudson Square Music u0026 Wine Festival, 61113 (August 2022).