I’m Mallory Mosner. I’m a student at New York University, self-proclaimed foodie and cat-lover. At NYU I’m double-majoring in Communications and Anthropology. I hope to pursue a career in marketing, and I have had several amazing internship experiences thus far in my undergraduate experience. This past semester, I was a proud Business Development intern at Food Network! Dreams do come true.
Originally from Seattle, I was attracted to New York largely because of its food scene. There is nothing I love more than exploring new restaurants, and New York is the perfect place for that. My marketing internships at Bullfrog & Baum and Time Out New York in particular helped cultivate my passion and enthusiasm for the ever-changing food landscape of New York City. During these internships, I developed an obsession for food blogs such as Eater and Serious Eats.
Catching up with my favorite food blogs is a religious experience for me; I love food porn, but I also love finding out new places to go and foods to try. I am, however, on a student budget. I do my best not to let my budget impede my food agenda, but this can be a difficult task. There are not enough resources out there for people who love great food, but can’t necessarily afford lavish meals. I live for good food, and have found that there are a plethora of places in New York City (and elsewhere!) where you can get great food without breaking the bank. Thus, I want to impart my cheap culinary encounters unto you!