7 episodes

From artists to architects, musicians to entrepreneurs, its places and its spaces and most of all, its food. That’s what makes a city 'special.’ Hosted by Minya Oh, a.k.a. “Miss Info,” we’re checking out six American cities to find out what gives them their unique flavor. In each episode, we’ll be guided by a local restaurateur, culminating with the special — a dish that is the manifestation of the city on a plate. BMW’s first ever X7 inspired “The Special,” by bringing together a new collaboration between two expert storytellers — The New York Times’s T Brand Studio and The Infatuation. Together, we examine culture and food in a way that only we can. Sponsored by BMW.

The Special BMW

    • Arts
    • 4.0, 46 Ratings

From artists to architects, musicians to entrepreneurs, its places and its spaces and most of all, its food. That’s what makes a city 'special.’ Hosted by Minya Oh, a.k.a. “Miss Info,” we’re checking out six American cities to find out what gives them their unique flavor. In each episode, we’ll be guided by a local restaurateur, culminating with the special — a dish that is the manifestation of the city on a plate. BMW’s first ever X7 inspired “The Special,” by bringing together a new collaboration between two expert storytellers — The New York Times’s T Brand Studio and The Infatuation. Together, we examine culture and food in a way that only we can. Sponsored by BMW.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

Raccoons_ ,

Phili LOVE!

Loved the Phili story, really captures the charm of my favorite city!

EpicOrangeCountyCA ,

Sadly mediocre

The quality of production and Minya Oh’s narrative both pop but it becomes apparent immediately that this is a 6 part commercial for the BMW X7. Hopefully Minya realizes she could produce a much better podcast on her own soon, I think she would find a loyal following quickly.

wordwoman ,

Feels forced

This podcast is a good idea in theory but not in execution. It feels like an ad, interpersed with details about the city being featured. It feels a little inauthentic and forced. I would expect better from the Infatuation and T Brand.

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