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DOTJ - Drinking On The Job
DOTJ- 'Drinking On The Job' is a toast to the culture of food, wine and life. It’s like you’re one barstool away from a conversation you can’t stop listening to. Grab a glass before last call.
5 days ago
Episode 94: Vanessa Price
The book Big Macs and Burgundy surpassed Obama’s A Promise Land on Amazon and rocketed to number one on the Barnes and Noble best seller list.
Feb 21, 2021
Episode 93: David Kulko
David Kulko was being groomed to take over a cult but instead of drinking the Kool Aid he drank mezcal and found his true light.
Feb 15, 2021
Episode 92: THE REDUX - Marc Forgione
Iron Chef Marc Forgione tells the story of his journey to the mountain top
Feb 8, 2021
Episode 91: Shirwin Burrowes
Uncle Boons was one of the hottest Michelin Star restaurants in New York. Chef Shirwin Burrowes talks about surviving the Covid shut down and closing.
Feb 1, 2021
Episode 90: Andy Brennan
Aaron Burr’s Cider illuminates the painstaking details of making this highly sought after Cider.
Jan 25, 2021
Episode 89: Marco Canora
From humble beginnings out of a storefront window to the shelves at Whole Foods, Brodo Bone Broth is a panacea. A super boost to your immune system and crazy delicious.
Jan 18, 2021
Episode 88: THE REDUX - Hannah Selinger
Hannah Selinger's Eater article on David Chang was an epic call out on abuse. I expect nothing less from this brilliant writer.
Jan 11, 2021
Episode 87: Lily Peachin
Dandelion Wine is a retail store hell bent on lifting people up-from supporting BLM to the struggling restaurant industry , Lily Peachin is making a difference one great bottle at a time.
Jan 4, 2021
Episode 86: HOLIDAY SPECIAL RERUN w/ Mia Van de Water
In honor of Mia Van de Water being elected to the Board of Directors for the Court of Master Sommeliers I am re-releasing this truly, now historic episode!
Dec 28, 2020
Episode 85: HOLIDAY SPECIAL RERUN w/ Kyle MacLachlan
End of the year wrap-up. My all time favorite episode includes Dennis Hopper, Pabst Blue Ribbon and the Mayor of Portlandia, Kyle MacLachlan!
Dec 21, 2020
Episode 84: Laura Masero
From a small village in Sancerre, to living in a castle in China, Laura Masero now manages one of the most dynamic French portfolios in the market. BONUS: She shares what Champagne to celebrate with this New Years’s Eve.
Dec 14, 2020
Episode 83: Rick Shobin
Here's the word puzzle: Rick Shobin, Baby Dragon Pale Ale, John Legend and Kanye. Listen to connect the dots.
Dec 7, 2020
Episode 82: Ben Davis
In the pre-zoom era Ben Davis was asked to sing over the phone for his final call back on Les Miserables. He booked it. This was the beginning of an amazing career.
Nov 30, 2020
Episode 81: Dean Fuerth
$4,500 for a bottle of Sake! Dean Fuerth of Nakazawa explains Super 7 and the high end world of Sake.
Nov 23, 2020
Episode 80: Hak Soo Kim
Hak Soo Kim has sung on opera stages around the world while simultaneously working in the best restaurants in NYC. From shaving truffles to perfect wine pairings, he always gets the standing ovation.
Nov 16, 2020
Episode 79: Matthew Rorick
Matthew Rorick is one of the most progressive winemakers in California. Forlorn Hope, Queen of the Sierra and Rorick Heritage Vineyards are liquid joy.
Nov 2, 2020
Episode 78: Patrick Miller
Patrick Miller brings the sensibility of a chef when distilling his small batch spirit line. Listen to how he turned his dream into a reality.
Oct 25, 2020
Episode 77: Donna Lennard
Donna Lennard takes us back to the origins of NYC's beloved restaurants Il Buco and Il Buco Alimentari, from poltergeists to Edgar Allan Poe.
Oct 12, 2020
Episode 76: Eric Asimov
New York Times wine critic reminisces about his famous '$25 And Under' column, the death threats he received and the gritty nineties.
Oct 5, 2020
Episode 75: Keith Emerson
Napa is burning again! Winemaker Keith Emerson from Vineyard 29 and Robert Craig gives us the daily struggle from the epicenter.
Sep 27, 2020
Episode 74: Arvid Rosengren
Only sixteen people hold the rare title of 'The Best Sommelier In The World'. Arvid Rosengren is one of them. He takes us on the long crazy journey to the mountain top.
Sep 14, 2020
Episode 73: Mark Snyder
Mark Snyder toured with Peter Frampton, drank 1990 Beaucastel with Alex Lifeson of Rush and partied with Rock legends. Music and wine were always his passion. He also happens to own Red Hook Winery, the coolest urban winery and tasting room in the Western Hemisphere!
Aug 17, 2020
Episode 72: Sam Ehrlich
Sam Ehrlich explains Burgundy, this most sacred and complex wine region. He tells us why they are still some of the best wines in the world.
Aug 3, 2020
Episode 71: Eunice Choi
There's only one person and one name you need to know when it comes to cocktails and spirits... Eunice!
Jul 13, 2020
Episode 70: Peter Cassell
Peter Cassell has been a fixture in the food and wine world since the 1980s. His past is filled with mob guys, celebrities and Presidents. Mark Messier still owes him $168.00 !
Jul 6, 2020
Episode 69: Mia Van de Water
Mia Van de Water is a Master Sommelier, one of only several women in the country to hold this prestigious title. She has graced the floor at the world's number one restaurant, Eleven Madison Park and is a powerful new voice emerging in the wine world.
Jun 30, 2020
Episode 68: Ebru Can
You can't stop Ebru Can. Her passion and work ethic took her from Istanbul to the top of the ladder in the New York City Somm world.
Jun 22, 2020
Episode 67: James Conley
Keens Wine Director James Conley presides over a world class wine list, a selection of over 300 scotches and curates some of the most arcane American memorabilia.
Jun 15, 2020
Episode 66: Alex Gemignani
Let's talk toAlex Gemignani, the musical director of West Side Story, about the fate of Broadway and his amazing career on stage.
Jun 8, 2020
Episode 65: Scott Barton
Scott Barton travels the world talking about Food Justice. Today we get to it... George Floyd, COVID and what's crushing the black community.
Jun 1, 2020
Episode 64: Dewey Dufresne
Back in the 90s Dewey Dufresne and his son opened one of the hottest restaurants in the world on a drug infested block on Manhattan's lower east side.
Apr 29, 2020
Episode 63: Michael Kokas
Michael Kokas of Upstate Farms shares his wisdom on farming, foraging and the food crisis.
Apr 6, 2020
Episode 62: Alex Lapratt
Alex Lapratt is on the hospitality frontlines. He's not going down without a fight!
Mar 19, 2020
Episode 61: Daniel Fabbro of San Polino
What does the Amazon Rain Forest have to do with a small vineyard in Montalcino? Let's connect the dots!
Mar 2, 2020
Episode 60: Hannah Selinger
Hannah Selinger got a broken nose over a baseball argument, received multiple death threats after an article she published and can wax poetically about food and cult wines.
Feb 17, 2020
Episode 59: Ray Isle
Ray Isle, Executive Editor of Food and Wine, eats and drinks for a living! This is how it all happened.
Feb 10, 2020
Episode 58: Peter Currie
Peter Currie explains Scotch, Japanese Whisky, Irish Whisky and more. This is your master class.
Jan 27, 2020
Episode 57: Sarah Tracey
Sarah Tracey, founder of The Lush Life, tells us how to be badass when entertaining. She even squeaks in a Prince story.
Jan 20, 2020
Episode 56: Kerin Auth
Kerin Auth's love of Spain has brought her great success in the wine business. She recently co-founded La Luz Selections. Let's hear how it all began!
Jan 13, 2020
Epsiode 55: Geoffroy Ducroux
Geoffroy Ducroux of Avant Gard Wines testifies in DC against the Trump Tariffs to save his company.
Jan 6, 2020
Episode 54: Zach Sussman
Zach Sussman writes for PUNCH -- the must read digital magazine for Food, Beverage and Culture.
Dec 23, 2019
Episode 53: Steven Washuta
Steven Washuta was a Master Sommelier for 5 weeks, then the scandal broke!
Dec 16, 2019
Episode 52: Will Sugerman
The 100% Tariffs being proposed on wine and spirits will destroy the industry, create an estimated loss of 307 billion dollars and force countless small companies to close. Will Sugerman, VP of Vintus NY, helps us break it down. --- These tariffs are potentially devastating. Here is what you can do to help: make your voice heard during the open comment period (link: https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2019/12/12/2019-26741\review-of-action-enforcement-of-us-wto-rights-in-large-civil-aircraft-dispute Select “submit a formal comment” on the top right.
Dec 2, 2019
Episode 51: Mike Sugerman
Reporter Mike Sugerman sips whiskey and talks about his 40+ years in the business and how he picked up a few Emmys and the prestigious Edward R Murrow award along the way.
Nov 25, 2019
Epsiode 50: Marc Forgione
Michelin Star Chef Marc Forgione tells us about his powerful muse and the angel on his shoulder.
Nov 18, 2019
Episode 49: Robbie Cox
Boston Strong! - how does a kid from Beantown end up cooking at one of the hottest restaurants in Paris?
Nov 11, 2019
Epsiode 48: Matthiasson
Superstar winemaker and environmental activist Steve Matthiasson talks about the future of wine and the planet.
Oct 28, 2019
Episode 47: Ryan Looper
He's back... what to drink for the holidays and where to eat in NYC with the one and only Looper.
Oct 21, 2019
Episode 46: TRUFFLES!
White Truffles have arrived in NYC! The Truffle Lady herself, along with Marco, take us on a deep dive of this crazy world.
Oct 14, 2019
Episode 45: John McEvoy
Holy Smoke! It'ts Mezcal! Author John McEvoy explains its monster comeback.
Oct 7, 2019
Episode 44: Byron Bates
Wild World is a fermentation festival celebrating food, wine, beer and cider. Founder Byron Bates gives us all the details about the biggest event this season.
Sep 30, 2019
Episode 43: Dr. Jossef Amirian
Manhattan Cardiology saved my life. Let's talk to team member Dr. Amirian on heart health.
Sep 23, 2019
Episode 42: Devin Shomaker
Devin Shomaker planted a vineyard on a roof top in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Is he insane... let's find out!
Sep 16, 2019
Episode 41: Giulia Negri
Giulia Negri is Barolo Girl. She explains Nebbiolo, historic Barolo vineyards and the best kept secret about white truffles.
Sep 9, 2019
Episode 40: Chris Blanchard
Chris Blanchard, the first solo white rapper who topped the Billboard Charts is also a Master Sommelier! If that's not cool enough just listen to steal his fried chicken recipes.
Aug 5, 2019
Episode 39: Brooklyn Kura
Brooklyn Kura is an American Craft Sake that builds on a thousand years of Japanese brewing history. Could Brooklyn get any cooler?
Jul 22, 2019
Episode 38: Joe Tensley
Joe Tensley has been making legendary syrahs from California for more than 20 years. Come join us for a glass.
Jul 15, 2019
Episode 37: Lucia Carvalho
Let's demystify Port wine with Lucia Carvalho from Casa Santa Eufemia. A small grower wtih a deep cellar that still houses some hundred year old barrels of Port the use in their blends.
Jul 8, 2019
Episode 36: Marcos Bairros
Marcos Bairros has surfed the big waves off the coast of Portugal since he was a child. He is by nature an explorer. Today he takes us on a journey to discover the lost wines of Colares.
Jun 24, 2019
Episode 35: Doc Herson
Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder. Doc Herson helps us demystify this magical spirit.
Jun 10, 2019
Episode 34: Cameron Mascia
Cameron Mascia of La Colombe grinds on about coffee and takes us for a queer turn into the Jordanian Desert.
Jun 2, 2019
Episode 33: Steven Hall
This is the restaurant edition. Steven Hall of Hall PR will give us the skinny on where to eat some of the best Sushi and interesting food in New York.
May 19, 2019
Episode 32: Brendan Tracey
Brendan Tracey's band played with the Dead Kennedys and Black Flag. His wines are rebellious, have explosive energy and stay true to his punk rock ethos. Come join us in the mosh pit!
May 13, 2019
Episode 31: Sarah Bray
On this week's episode Sarah Bray talks about Mount Etna's live volcano, the brilliant wines of Sicily and her love of Tuscany.
May 6, 2019
Episode 30: Natalie Jessa
Natalie Jessa's wine company Gota is redefining the flavors of Portuguese wines.
Apr 29, 2019
Episode 29: DJ Doula
Kyra Caruso is a certified Doula who moonlights as a top DJ in NYC. Not many people can say they're DJ'd with Questlove and witnessed the miracle of birth in the same week.
Apr 15, 2019
Episode 28: Roberto Paris
Roberto Paris presides over one of my favorite NYC restaurants, Il Buco. It's not just the incredible wine list, house baked bread and great food. It's just a great experience from the second you walk through the door. And the wine cellar just might be haunted by the likes of Edgar Allan Poe.
1 hr 2 min
Apr 1, 2019
Episode 27: Andre Mack
Andre Mack does it all. He's a winemaker, author, soon to be restauranteur and a father of four. Let's spend a day in the life.
1 hr 8 min
Mar 25, 2019
Episode 26: Sal Scognamillo
Patsy's Restaurant will forever be linked to Frank Sinatra. Let's listen to chef Sal tell some stories about the chairman of the board and his crew.
Mar 18, 2019
Episode 25: Nicolas Joly
Wine Legend Nicolas Joly is The Godfather of Biodynamic winemaking. His grasp of the world and nature is awe inspiring.
Mar 11, 2019
Episode 24: Maria Sinskey
Maria Sinskey is a celebrated chef and cookbook author. She now spends most of her time promoting transparency in food and the brilliant certified organic Sinskey Wines.
Feb 25, 2019
Episode 23: Kyle MacLachlan
A damn fine cup of coffee, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Pursued by Bear Cabernet. Three beverages connected to the prolific actor Kyle MacLachlan.
Feb 18, 2019
Episode 22: Eddie Brill
Eddie Brill is a stand up comic veteran. He's appeared multiple times on David Letterman and booked the talent for 17 years. He's been killing it for 3 decades! Come hear his tale.
Feb 11, 2019
Episode 21: Charlie McNamara
Charlie McNamara has worked on countless films, including one of my all time favs, Big Night. We discuss the film business - its nuances and its complexities.
Feb 4, 2019
Episode 20: Claire Paparazzo
Claire Paparazzo discusses her YouTube show "Wine If You Want To", and gives us some top wine picks for winter.
Jan 28, 2019
Episode 19: Garrett Oliver
Let's talk and taste beer with Brooklyn Brewery's Brewmaster himself, Garrett Oliver. Beer geeks raise your mugs!
Jan 23, 2019
Episode 18: Fred Dex
Fred Dex is a Master Sommelier. Let's hear the amazing story of his journey to this prestigious title.
Jan 14, 2019
Episode 17: AC Lincoln
Gotta Dance! This would be AC Lincoln's "Rebel Yell". Let's listen to this talented hoofer share his passion for tap.
1 hr 9 min
Jan 7, 2019
Episode 16: Molly Cohen
Molly Cohen has run over 50 marathons! Why does Molly run? Let's get some tips and wisdom from the superwoman herself.
Dec 31, 2018
Episode 15: Joe Lockhart
Joe Lockhart was Bill Clinton's press secretary during the Lewinsky scandal and the impeachment hearings. He's gone to work with the NFL, Facebook and currently is a regular on CNN. I like to think of him as Mr. Wolf, the fixer.
1 hr 9 min
Dec 24, 2018
Episode 14: Glen Heroy aka "Santa"
Get in the spirit with Santa and let him tell you his best stories from the last 30 years.
Dec 17, 2018
Episode 13: Marc Williamson
Marc Williamson is the Mad Hatter of Harlem. His shop Flame Keepers Hat Club is the pinnacle of style and elegance. It is the only place you need to go to find your groove.
Dec 9, 2018
Episode 12: Ryan Looper
Former opera singer and one of the top wine salesman in the country, Ryan Looper, helps you pick your wines for the holidays on this episode!
Dec 3, 2018
Episode 11: Andre Tamers
Andre Tamers has been featured in Bon Appétit, NY Times, SF Chronicle and more. His wines are some of the most sought after in the country. His background as a painter in Spain has given him the vision to set pace in this competitive market. Join us on this amazing journey.
Nov 26, 2018
Episode 10: Chris Henchy
Chris Henchy knows comedy. He co-created the insanely successful website Funny or Die. He has produced and written everything from Entourage, Between Two Ferns, Daddy's Home, The Campaign, The Other Guy and the list goes on. His new movie, which he wrote and produced, Impractical Jokers, will be out this summer.
Nov 19, 2018
Episode 9: The Oyster Diaries, Part 2
Part 2... Let's taste the best oysters from around the country with Michelin star chef, Bill Telepan, from Restaurant Oceana in NYC. Taste and texture, lets go!
Nov 12, 2018
Episode 8: The Oyster Diaries, Part 1
In "Part 1" of our Oyster Diaries, I take a journey out of the city and sit down with two oyster farmers and they tell us what is so special about my favorite...WELLFLEET OYSTERS!
Nov 5, 2018
Episode 7: Nate Ready
Nate Ready is a Master Somellier, making some of the most complex and compelling wines from Oregon and Washington the market has ever seen! He's known as the Wizard ...let's explore his genius.
Oct 29, 2018
Episode 6: Eddie Pepitone
Eddie Pepitone is a cult favorite on the LA Comedy scene. He's a regular at The Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip and has his own Netflix special 'In Ruins'.
Oct 22, 2018
Episode 5: Ralph Alswang
Clinton White House photographer shows us the hustle!
Oct 15, 2018
Episode 4: Amy Stiller
This hilarious lady hails from the royal family of comedy. Little known fact, she came up in the industry like the rest us. Look for her one woman show "Just Trust" debuting soon.
Oct 8, 2018
Episode 3: James Shrum
James Shrum is The Worlds’ Most Interesting Man. Let this great bartender-adventurer show you how to punch above your weight class. Listen as he reminisces about meeting with Nelson Mandela, John Glen, Warren Buffet and more. He’s got amazing adventures and life lessons to share.
Oct 1, 2018
Episode 2: Debra Devi
Yes! Women do Rock. Debra Devi continues to garner national acclaim as one of the most remarkable rock guitarists on the east coast. She has put her stake in the ground. Let’s talk music and about her new book. Yes, there will be wine as well.
Sep 23, 2018
Episode 1: Rene Chun
Let’s listen to the amazing arc of journalist Rene Chun’s writing career. He’s written for the New York Times, the Atlantic, Wired, Esquire and the list goes on. We’ll share a rare bottle and discuss the fate of journalism, modern media and discuss some career highlights, from his dinner with Julia Roberts to having his life threatened by Joey Buttafuoco.