Starting in early 2019, Emma’s Torch will be running the concessions in Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library at 10 Grand Army Plaza. We are delighted that this news made the New York Times Restaurant section!
We're on TIME Magazine's first annual list of the World’s Greatest Places, for which TIME solicited nominations across a variety of categories—such as museums, parks, bars, restaurants, theme parks, cruises and hotels—from our editors and correspondents around the world as well as dozens of industry experts.
New Yorker food critic Hannah Goldstein gives the insider's peek at Emma's Torch, writing about everything from our delicious shakshuka to our six-course graduation dinner. You have a seat at our table, too!
Vogue Japan says we're one of the top five places to visit in NYC! We're glad our message transverses borders. Of course, we welcome visitors from around the world.
New York Post is spreading the word about us. Two of our recent graduates got to sit down with New York Post and talk about how Emma's Torch has changed their lives.
How did Kerry grow Emma’s Torch from an idea to a fully functional restaurant in 2 years? Here’s how.
Urban Oyster says we’re a #currentobsession. Read more here.
"The Internet can sometimes seem like a dark place, but every so often it brings heart-warming stories into public view," says Louis Staples in Indy100 about Emma's Torch. We at Emma's Torch are thankful for the opportunity to do what we do! Read the piece here.
Take a peek at this Food & Wine Magazine article featuring Emma's Torch!
BRIC TV talks to Kerry about how she came up with Emma's Torch. Kerry explains a little about our eclectic menu. (Segment begins at 29 seconds)
NPR picked up on this story by WNYC spotlighting Emma's Torch for World Refugee Day. You can listen to the segment at 4:27 of the podcast here, where our Founder Kerry and one of our students Terricka share about Emma's Torch.
Thanks to Andrew Cotto and TASTE for this incredibly taste-ful piece on Emma’s Torch. Two of our students, Magedda from Venezuela and Mazen from Syria, talk about their experiences at Emma’s Torch.