Adam E

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Founder & CEO

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

Water, Vintage seltzer, fresh lemons and Fort Greene sriracha.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone, who would it be and what would you eat?

Bill Belichick at Corner Bistro for burgers and beers.

 

How do you stay sharp and in shape?

Yoga, thai boxing, and the occasional weekend trip upstate.

 

Jay K

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Business Analyst

What do you always have in your fridge?

Fage Total 0% greek yogurt, seasonal fruits, and Ito En green tea.


How do you stay sharp and inn shape (mentally and physically)?

Daily lifting and scouring through books for new ideas.


?If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Peter Thiel at Sushi Dai for authentic nigiri and maki.

 

Joe S

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Senior Leadership Development Program 

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

At least two or three cheeses, seltzer, and hummus.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

Sean Brock. We'd have a whole hog bbq, drinks beers, and talk about the culture of the dining table.

 

When you're not digging in, you're...

Planning my next dinner party with friends or binge watching something on The History Channel.

 

Camille K

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Junior Business Partner

What do you always have in your fridge?

AVOCADOS! AVOCADOS! AVOCADOS! AVOCADOS! AVOCADOS!

How do you stay sharp and inn shape (mentally and physically)?

Testing new recipes at home, wine/beer tasting, brunching with friends!

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Michael Pollan and I would go to Eleven Madison Park (mostly because this is a free meal, right?...) and talk about revolutionizing the current American food model - how can we get people real food, mostly vegetables, in an affordable & convenient way!?

 

Duke P

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Co-Founder, Operations

 

What do you always have in your fridge? 

Milk, Raisin Bran, and Granny Smith apples.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

Chris Rock. I think he's hilarious. Steak with mashed potatoes and a glass of red wine.

 

Where do you feel most at home in New York?

Hell's Kitchen & the West Village. I grew up in these areas as a kid.

 

KJ C

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Marketing

When you're not digging inn, you're…

Exploring rooftop bars with friends and searching for the perfect taco

How do you stay sharp and inn shape (mentally and physically)?

Working out intuitively (another way of saying I get bored easily). A combo of boxing and barre have been my jam lately.

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

I'd share a slice of chocolate cake with the Dalai Lama

 

Brady L

What's your role at Dig Inn?

People Team

What do you always have in your fridge?

Ranch dressing, Kosher Dill Pickles, and a bottle of Pinot Grigio.


If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

It would be with Liz Lemon and we would have Cheesy Blasters.


?Where do you feel most at home in New York?

My windowsill. I love to throw open the window and prop myself up there with my feet on my fire escape. I put a record on, pour a glass of wine and sit there with a book. And as I watch the world go by below me, I find this strange calm that I've never felt anywhere else in the city.

 

Kasey W

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Supply Team

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

Achla hummus (the closest thing I've found to real Israeli hummus), grapefruit, string cheese, and unsweetened iced tea in the summer.

 

Where do you feel most at home in New York?

Running with and throwing tennis balls for my cockapoo in St. Nicholas Park.

 

When you're not digging in, you're...

Eating good food with friends, exploring nature outside the city, or binge-watching kid chef shows on the Food Network.

 

Larry T

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Farm Manager

 

What do you always have in your fridge? 

Eggs, bacon, and Parmesan for emergency Carbonara meals, plus kimchi and about a bajillion little jars of Asian sauces.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

Eric Liu and Eddie Huang. We'd eat platters of street food and talk about growing up second-generation in America, how Asian culture shapes America and vice versa.

 

When you're not digging inn, you're...

...exploring weird places from Atlas Obscura.

 

Lailee T

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Operations

 

What do you always have in your fridge? 

Perrier, parmesan, and Grey Poupon

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

Mindy Kaling! We would be eating endless hummus and baba ganoush at Cafe Mogador in Williamsburg.

 

Where do you feel most at home in New York?

Chelsea in New York. My parents always stayed in the area when I was a kid and 20 years later I live here. A sense of quaint serenity in a big, bustling city.

 

Jeff T

What's your role at Dig Inn?

People Team

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

eggs, Franks red hot and a local IPA

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Jimmy Fallon and Barack Obama - we’d grab a burger and few beers together and just talk about life and share a few laughs.

 

How do you stay sharp and inn shape?

podcasts and reading, physically - tennis and yoga...but not often enough. 

 

Bryan D

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Dig(ital) Marketing

 

What do you always have in your fridge? 

A bottle of champagne (always be ready to celebrate something). Designer sriracha. Grass-fed butter. MCT Oil. aka BULLETPROOF COFFEE. RAWR.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

Cam Newton, Greg Olsen, Luke Kuechly, & Steve Smith. Beers & copious amounts of down-and-dirty local BBQ in Charlotte.

  

How do you stay sharp and inn shape?

Lifting heavy 'ish. HIIT cardio. Boxing. Skiing. Paddleboarding. Intermittent fasting.

 

Renee E

What do you always have in your fridge?

Cheese puffs, 2L of Diet Dr. Pepper, and remnants of multiple dig inn bowls.

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Chrissy Teigen, John Legened and little Luna, we would get a sushi boat for 3 at Kotobuki, extra spicy mayo on the side. We'd all laugh while Chrissy and I sip on kimichi martini's. Chrissy and I would think up of some fun family meal ideas for the staff at Dig Inn. She would fall in love with my quick wit and decide to adopt me.

Where do you feel most at home in New York?

Washington Square Park. I grew up with my mom bringing me around the park when I was little and she would tell me stories of her "glory day's" back in college frequenting the area. When I was in college I interned for a restaurant around the neighborhood and fell in love. During that summer I got asked to be on Project Runway as a model who needed a makeover, from a bench in the park. Still unsure if that was a compliment or not. Regardless, I love the people watching and I return every Sunday to either read or paint. I've grown to know the regulars and exchange Cheeto's with them for Oreos sometimes.

 

Scott L

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Director of Off-Site

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

Hummus, avocado, blueberries, a baguette, and pita chips. I make a mean mezze.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

My wife, Alexa - we're lifetime travel partners and love to explore the world together. We would eat saltfish and ackee outdoors at Miss Lily's on Avenue A while sipping Blue Mountain coffee and planning our next adventure.

 

How do you stay sharp and inn shape? 

Intermittent fasting and triathlons.

 

 

Andrew J

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Co-Founder, Operations

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

Kombucha, seltzer, or (gasp) soda. I like the bubbles. Perishables are few and far between (too much pressure.)

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat? 

Chomsky. His take on world events always blows me away, makes me laugh, and makes me cry. We'd eat at Blue Hill Stone Barns - the restaurant is irrelevant but it sounds like this meal's comped so I'd better make it count.

 

How do you stay sharp & inn shape?

Fierce subway Kindle-ing and ten minute apartment workouts.

 

 

Matt B

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Supply Team

What do you always have in your fridge?

Butter, eggs, soy, hoisin, kimchi, all the hot sauces, emergency everything bagels, otter pops, a craft sour beer(s).

When you're not digging inn, you're…

...playing w/ dirt at my shared Park Slope ceramics studio, cooking and/or eating w/ friends, or lathering myself in glitter & dancing.

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Sandor Katz, we'd eat every ferment under the sun and talk about the magical powers of microbes and Radical Faeries.

 

Brenna M

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Development

 

What do you always have in your fridge?

Not much now that I work in the food business - seltzer, Brown Cow Vanilla Top yogurt and almond milk.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Elaine Stritch. We'd drink martinis over lunch at the Carlyle, where she would, of course, be fabulous and bawdy and holding court.

 

When you're not digging inn, you're...

...working out my mind and body at Warrior Fitness Bootcamp. Always exploring NYC with friends and family - I love old school, secret spots and fancypants places.  

 

 

Carinne A

What's your role at Dig Inn?

People and Culture


When you're not digging inn, you're...

Dodging between yellow cars and crazy NYC drivers on my flashy red bike, usually on my way to and from work. And yes, I DO wear a helmet. I'm old fashioned and like going to the movies on a Friday night. I've seen all of this year's Oscar contenders.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

My mom. Or my sister. I actually don't want to choose between my mom and my sister and I can't. So my mom AND my sister, in Tel Aviv at a random restaurant on the beach...on a perfect swimming day.


Where do you feel most at home in New York?

Washington Square Park - just people watching there on a sunny afternoon always makes me feel like I'm truly living in New York, and I love that feeling.

 


 

Christian T

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Numbers Team

 

What do you always have in your fridge? 

Lemons and tahini.

 

When you're not digging inn, you're…

Building Lego towers with our toddler-age son.

 

Where do you feel most at home in New York?

Early weekend morning, steaming coffee in hand, on the way to Central Park zoo to see the penguins with our son. Then, once he falls asleep, duck into Cafe Sabarsky for Schnitzel and Sachertorte.

 

Shereen A

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Operations

What do you always have in your fridge?

Eggs, salad greens, balsamic vinaigrette, and (shamelessly) tupperware filled with my mom's delicious Pakistani food


How do you stay sharp and inn shape (mentally and physically)?

Meditation, daily workouts, and food that serves my mind and body


If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Meryl Streep. In an ideal world, she'd love Lebanese food as much as I do and we would share plates of baba ganoush and hummus.

 

Jordan M

What's your role at Dig Inn?

Food Team

 

What do you always have in your fridge? 

3-5 kinds of mustard, and “stupid sharp” cheddar cheese

 

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and what would you eat?

Madeleine Kamman, and we would make quiche with a simple salad of garden lettuces and shaved radishes and drink lots of Chardonnay while she tells me everything.

 

When you're not digging in, you're...

Growing vegetables...(I start my veggies from seed in Feb. in my garage under lights)