A Gastronauts 9th Birthday

Happy 9th Birthday, Gastronauts!

The Gastronauts celebrate their 9th Birthday in style… buuuuuuut we can’t tell you what we ate—it’s a big secret.

Nothing better than spicy Thai pork blood soup on a bitter winter night.

Thai Pork Blood Soup on a Bitter Cold Winter Night

February 23rd, 2015

The Gastronauts head to Woodside Ave for some amazing thai pork blood soup and some silk worms.

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A liquid dinner with a tiny bite of haggis

A Liquid Dinner with a Little Haggis at St. Andrews

February 6th, 2015

The ‘Nauts host a Burns dinner at St. Andrews, who put on a good show with lots of beer and a little bit of food.

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A night at Kaia.

A South African Wine Dinner at Kaia

December 9th, 2014

On the Upper Eastside, the Gastronauts feast on Kaia’s South African cuisine.

A Hungarian Feast at Whisk & Ladle

A Mangalitza Feast at Whisk & Ladle

November 8th, 2014

The Gastronauts visit the Whisk & Ladle supper club at their secret location for Hungarian dinner of Mangalitza pork.

A Flushing Family Affair: A Gastronauts Scavenger Hunt

A Gastronauts Scavenger Hunt

September 29th, 2014

The Gastronauts team up with Interactive Escapes and Chopsticks and Marrow to create their first ever Gastronauts Scavenger Hunt!

The Gastronauts 100th Dinner at Franny's

100th Gastronauts: An Ancient Roman Feast at Franny’s

August 19th, 2014

The Gastronauts go big for their 100th Dinner in New York: Chef John Adler of Franny’s recreates an ancient Roman feast based on Apicius’ cookbook.

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Roasted Sri Lankan goat at San Rasa.

Sri Lankan Feast at San Rasa

July 29th, 2014

The Gastronauts take the Staten Island Ferry and visit their old friend at San Rasa for a Sri Lankan feast.

The Gastronauts are hosted by Naji for a home cooked Lebanese dinner

A Home-cooked Lebanese Feast with Naji

June 26th, 2014

The Gastronauts are treated to a special and authentically home cooked Lebanese offal dinner by Naji.

New York's Best Tibetan food at Phayul

The Tastiest Tibetan at Phayul in Queens

May 27th, 2014

The Gastronauts taste the most authentic Tibetan food in the city at a gem of a place called Phayul in Elmhurst.

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