By Tom Ran

Published: May 16, 2011 under Life / Leisure


Photo: Kinfolk


How rare is it that we are not rushed out the door when dining in New York? Whether it be the wait staff already to seat the next party or the time limitation we impose upon ourselves. What good is slow food when we have to finish it quickly? The enjoyment diminishes and so does the connection we have with one another. The option would be to dine in, which can be better than dining out when you’re with good company. And nothing’s more satisfying than great conversation over a delicious meal. A new online magazine set to launch in July is advocating these moments. Kinfolk explores the simple pleasures of intimate gatherings, good conversation and genuine connections through dining experiences. Nathan Williams, who is also the photographer behind HEARBLACK, has enlisted a group of friends to document true social connections. The magazine place emphasis on the small rather than the large – not wedding parties, rather a group of friends getting together on a Tuesday night losing track of time over conversation and food.


said at 6am
May 16, 2011

This is gonna be good. I can already tell.

said at 5pm
May 16, 2011

Dreaming of this nightly...

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