Editorial Intern

Location: Tasting Table Headquarters in Soho, Manhattan, New York

Tasting Table is seeking an editorial intern in New York City. This internship will offer opportunities to experience the entire editorial process. The intern will work closely with his or her editor to pitch ideas and contribute to brainstorms, write articles including news and recipes, contribute to social accounts, provide fact-checking support, as well as assistance with research, editorial administrative duties, and possibly assist with photo production.

Potential interns should be willing to commit to coming to the Tasting Table office in Soho at least 15 hours per week (Monday through Friday) for a duration of at least three months. This position requires obsessive attention to detail as well as strong research and writing skills.

The intern should have good knowledge of the web and viral content, the New York City and national food scenes, and a curiosity and passion for all things off-the-beaten path.

Maturity and motivation are musts: Most of the work will be done independently, thus organization and time management skills are essential.

Interested candidates need to be eligible to receive school credit in order to apply.


  • Contribute to edit brainstorms
  • Research for various types of editorial content
  • Building stories in our CMS
  • Assisting the recipe-testing process by procuring materials
  • Pitch and write articles
  • General administrative editorial responsibilities


  • A passion for food, drink and dining, and good working knowledge of the New York City and national food scenes
  • Detail-oriented, with strong research and writing skills

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] If we feel that you may be a fit, we will contact you for an interview. Please, no recruiters.

See Inside the Office of Tasting Table

Tasting Table sends out daily emails that feature restaurant reviews, dining tips, chef profiles, and great food and drink recipes, all packaged into six city editions and one national edition. All of Tasting Table’s recommendations are rigorously tested—after all, the in-house food editors have to make sure that only the highest quality information reaches their readers.

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