How fast can you open a dozen oysters? The winner at Greenport’s maritime festival did it in …
North Fork Taffy is one of very few companies — including Atlantic City’s most prominent producers — that actually put salt int their “salt water” taffy.
Hi, I’m Gianna (Hi Gianna) and I serve alcoholic beverages. I am a writer, first and foremost, but I’ve been doing the bartender thing for the better part of a decade now, so my very first series will chronicle my adventures doing, well, the bartender thing.
That’s right, the North Fork’s Browder’s Birds have begun a locavore poultry project that is sure to have you singing, “It’s the circle of life,” in no time. Mattituck’s organic free-range chicken farmers are currently feeding two of their flocks scraps from the highly touted North Fork Table and Inn and the chickens will ultimately appear on the restaurant’s menu on the weekend of July 25.
Eat Me, Drink Me joins a plethora of new rolling restaurants on Long Island — in fact those who have been around the block in the local mobile eatery business say new trucks are coming online more rapidly than ever before.
Michelle Panciarello is only in her first year of owning and operating a rolling restaurant, but as the Mad Hatter of her Wonderland-inspired organic food truck, Eat Me, Drink Me, the Bay Shore resident is still no weekend warrior.
These holidays give the gifts that support our food and beverage artisans.
The holidays are a great time to look close by for presents. Local wineries, markets, farms and nonprofits will gladly make up gift baskets and gift certificates. Think about donating open space in someone’s name.
Rich Vandenburgh of Greenport Harbor Brewing Company wants to spur a generation of truly local beer on Long Island.
The event, A Love Shared, will take place on Sunday, October 13. Tickets, of which only 200 are available, are $250 each. Once tickets sell out, donations are appreciated to help Gerry reach his goal of $75,000.
The literally fire engine red beermobile, which can fit 10 half-barrels in its back, was once part of brew-master Duffy Griffith’s fleet at the Jamesport Fire Department and was converted into a rolling keggerator with help from Long Island company, Clear Beer, which also maintains the epic draft system at Digger’s.
A sea of smiles and sweet tunes rolled into Riverhead last night for the All for the East End event at Martha Clara Vineyards, which brought a thousand-plus guests to the Sound Avenue farm to dance and nosh the night away in the name of the region’s thousand-plus nonprofits.