Looking for the best burger in New York?
Then please consider the below press release from Twist and Smash’d, a restaurant based in Forest Hills and Long Island City!!
As you can see in the below press release, Twist and Smash’d is heading to the “Final Cookoff” for the Best Burger in New York, as chosen by Time Out New York magazine.
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Twist and Smash’d Heads to Final Cookoff in
Time Out New York’s Battle of the Burger
Twist and Smash’d finishes second out of over 25 contesting New York restaurants and will be in the Final Cookoff of Time Out New York’s Battle of the Burger on August 7
ASTORIA, NY – July 22, 2014 — The Twist and Smash’d franchise, home of The Original Smash’d Angus burger, announced today that it finished second and will be heading to the Final Cookoff for the 2nd annual “Battle of the Burger” by Time Out New York. The original Twist and Smash’d restaurant is located at 72-06 Austin Street, Forest Hills, NY. Twist and Smash’d Sports, a second restaurant in the group that opened on May 5th, offers two Bocce courts, 54 TVs showing sports events from across the world, 51 beers on tap, and one of New York’s best burgers, is located at 34-02 Steinway Street, Long Island City, NY, a luxurious hot spot for avid sports fans.
Twist and Smash’d finished in second place in voting at Battle of the Burger, a contest “inspired by New York City’s legendary burger wars,” and will be part of the Cookoff on August 7. Battle of the Burger is a fully integrated editorial and marketing partnership between Time Out New York, NYC’s leading entertainment authority, and Amstel Light, the official beer of the burger. Time Out New York’s Battle of the Burger will create an integrated program that engages our audience, highlights the best places to get a burger, and lets readers have the final say on where to find the best burger in the city.
“We are thrilled to be nominated and to have received so much support from our patrons,” said Brianna Cano, founder of Twist and Smash’d. “We encourage all New Yorkers to test the rest and vote the best!! We look forward to your next visit to Twist and Smash’d!”
Twist and Smash’d Sports has become home to local Astoria residents, Manhattanites coming across the bridge and occasionally celebrities enjoying their burger, including the cast and crew of “Orange is the New Black”, who recently celebrated their Emmy nominations there.
For further information and additional images, visit www.twistandsmashdsports.com.
ABOUT Twist and Smash’d Sports
Twist and Smash’d Sports was created by chef Robert Cano and his daughters while on a family vacation to Ecuador in 2010. In Ecuador the family found a small café that sold twisted potatoes. Enchanted by this idea of a potato on a stick, they brought it back to New York and Twist and Smash’d was born. Twist and Smash’d is owned by Cano Ventures Corp, a sister Corporation to Rcano Group which owns and operates Rcano Events. Robert Cano is the president of RCano Events off premise catering company. He is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, which means he knows (and loves) food and has led the field in incorporating organic, seasonal, and locally grown ingredients. For information please call (718) 261-4527 or visit: www.twistandsmashd.com.
NEW YORK, NY (August 4, 2014) - Rooftop Films proudly announces the Rooftop Filmmakers’ Fund Piper-Heidsieck Feature Film Grant provided by our supporting sponsor, Piper-Heidsieck, one of eight different filmmaker grants that Rooftop Films will award this year. The $10,000 Piper Heidsieck cash grant will be given to one Rooftop alumni filmmaker, awarded for a critical stage in their production of a new, independent feature film.
Acting as innovators in independent cinema exhibition, Rooftop Films has enabled the success of many alumni through other Filmmakers’ Fund Grants ranging from production or post-production support. Past grantees include Lucy Walker with her Academy Award-nominated short documentary The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom, Sean Durkin with the critically acclaimed Martha Marcy May Marlene, Benh Zeitlin with the Academy Award-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild, and most recently David Lowery’s Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, which had its World Premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival was released theatrically by IFC Films later that year. Other Rooftop Filmmakers’ Fund grantees have gone on to have tremendous success at festivals and reaching wide, appreciative audiences. With the generous support of Piper-Heidsieck, this cash grant will help a future filmmaker connect with those audiences.
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