Merliance, the trade group that promotes merlot as Long Island’s signature grape, will be hosting a wine salon on Monday, November 11 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Jamesport tasting room of Sherwood House. Another great event for Taste North Fork.
Hey kids, extend your Halloween celebration through the weekend at La Fondita’s Dia de los Meurtos celebration to benefit the Springs School visiting artist program.
The annual fund-raiser for the Westhampton Food Pantry will be Saturday, Oct. 26 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. The event is sponsored By the Knights of Columbus, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs of Westhampton
This competition is as fierce as the thousands of chowder lovers who lined-up—with commemorative mugs in hand—an hour before the 24 anonymous local restaurants started ladling more than 4,000 cups of their best New England and Manhattan chowders.
The Long Island Wine Council and the East End Tourism Alliance are sponsoring Taste North Fork, a long weekend of food and wine event all held together by a free shuttle bus running from Riverhead to Greenport.
Thursday October 24 Page @ 63 Main in Sag Harbor is hosting an Octoberfest beer dinner: Six courses of German-inspired food paired with artisanal craft beers. Cost is $85 per person, $65 for food alone.
We’re counting down the days until we “escape” Manhattan with international flavors from some of our favorite restaurants and vendors! New details seem to emerge daily, and here’s the latest menu update:
Live on the Vine is an Arts Alive Long Island Festival October 2013 Signature Series Event and a kickoff for Winterfest.
A four-course dinner at Jamesport Manor Inn will be paired with beers from Long Ireland Beer Company. Oktoberfest continues!
Another fundraiser hit the scene on Sunday—sauces by Long Island Culinary Collaboration—sauces conceived by chefs that took part in the dinner. Each represents an aspect of their cuisine and the bounty of the East End. The sauces are made by Jeri Woodhouse, of a Taste of the North Fork, and will be available on the A Love Shared website as a package of 12.
The field wasn’t large but the competition was huge. The three entrants in the chowder contest held at the second annual Westhampton Beach Oyster Festival were Sydney’s, Cor-J Seafood and New Moon Café. The winner was chosen by popular vote and posted on the website of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Westhampton, which sponsored the event.
Twenty local wineries and five Long Island breweries will be serving drinks. Early bird tickets are available until October 16 and cost $20, which includes a subscription. General admission is $30.