The sheer variety of food in New York makes this city what it is. It's noticeable, then, when a certain cuisine is missing. As of yet, Hawaiian food hasn't hit big in New York City. But is it the city's next big cuisine?
Taking place outside Downtown LA's Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, this two-evening collaboration between some of the best chefs from the City of Angels and the City of Lights was a spinoff of Fooding, a Paris-based restaurant guide that throws gastronomic events around the globe.