Weekend Events Roundup: Williams Sonoma Markets, Wölffer Rosé at No. 50, Great Chefs at Hayground

This Saturday, for a complete Edible immersion, consider the artisan markets at Williams-Sonoma, the poolside frolic at the Montauk Beach Club, and the Great Chefs dinner next week.

Pick up some Joe & Liza's ice cream, as well as canning supplies, at the Williams-Sonoma artisan market.

Around here, weekends are market days–and cooking-from-market days. Friday evenings, there’s the Hayground School farmers market (site of our upcoming Food Truck bash), and Saturday sees farmers markets in Sag Harbor, on Shelter Island, and in Springs. But that’s not all.

This Saturday is the second installment of the monthly artisan markets at the Williams-Sonoma at the Bridgehampton Commons, featuring A Taste of the North Fork preserves and sauces, Catapano Dairy cheese, Joe & Liza’s ice cream, Slant Shack Jerky and American farmstead cheeses from market new comer Lucy’s Whey, as well  as at the Williams-Sonoma in Huntington Station, featuring A Taste of the North Fork, Del Pozzo Foods, bread from Oven Artisans and Slant Shack Jerky. With its expanded Agrarian line, Williams-Sonoma also stocks the mills, jars, pots and other paraphenalia for the summer produce preserver.

For those who like to mix their food and drink experiences with music, The Montauk Beach House, the groovy, new hotel and club in Montauk–where guests can sip Wölffer rosé or Stumptown coffee by the pool, a stone’s throw from the beach and the village’s happening restaurant scene–is holding its second “Poolside Frolic,” with a trio of DJs and performances by the Postelles and Chainsmoker. (More on The Montauk Beach House and the No. 50 cafe next week.)

As for next Saturday, July 29, if you haven’t snagged your ticket for the Great Chefs Dinner, consider the cocktail portion, where an all-star lineup of East End and city chefs, as well as local winemakers and brewers, who turn out to support the Hayground School and its innovative Jeff’s Kitchen. This year, attendees will drool over a dessert from special guest Ina Garten’s new cookbook.

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Brian is the editor of Edible East End, and co-publisher of Edible Long Island, Edible Manhattan, and Edible Brooklyn. He writes from his home in Sag Harbor, New York, where he and his family tend a home garden and orchard, and keep ducks and oysters.