The Times, Tasting Table and Edible Dub the North Fork a Fall Getaway

We always knew the North Fork was hip, not to mention a perfect place for a food-focused sojourn. Even before the Times Style mag’s Edible Selby (no relation) visited a Williamsburg-based supper club maven who often hangs between Riverhead and Orient, and before Tasting Table posted its essential itinerary to this “autumn playground.”

We always knew the North Fork was hip, not to mention a perfect place for a food-focused sojourn. Even before the Times Style mag’s Edible Selby (no relation) visited a Williamsburg-based supper club maven who often hangs between Riverhead and Orient, and before Tasting Table posted its essential itinerary to this “autumn playground.”

In fact, when we launched Edible East End, part of the reason we didn’t call it Edible Hamptons (which some advised) is because we saw the forks as symbiotic, especially when considering most of Long Island’s wineries, not to mention an outrageous diversity of farmstands, small-batch food makers, fishers and chefs reside on the more affordable and spacious (at least in terms of farmland) North Fork. So make sure you consult Edible East End for your travel needs as well, including our 3-day Wine Country Tour and Map and our North Fork-heavy B&B roundup.

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Brian Halweil

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.