Vine Street is also known for their impeccable wine list, which pairs great with my favorite meal: the spaghetti bolognese made by chef Matthew Bourdreau.
This is great news for diners because Atlantic butterfish are an ideal panfish with a savory name, and our fishermen are intent on re-introducing it to the public.
He is known as Pauly the Man, the Unofficial Mayor of the North Fork, a three-point specialist on his basketball team and the assistant manager at Front Street Station restaurant in Greenport on Monday nights. And now, Paul Drum, 29, is also known as a philanthropist who is taking on a couple of new titles and presiding over a very special breakfast for sea-loving families at this weekend’s Maritime Festival in Greenport.
The Eastern Long Island Chapter of the American Culinary Foundation has been very active lately, working to get East End chefs and culinary students at Suffolk County Community College engaged in the community.
The funky little restaurant and bar has a split personality in more ways than one. If we were not three blocks away from the Atlantic ocean, I could have sworn we were in Europe. There’s definitely a surfer’s vibe. And a bubble machine.
I am infatuated with heirloom tomatoes. At the end of summer, when they make their debut at farmers markets in all their miraculous glory, it’s move over beefsteak, you are a bore. The variety of colors, shapes, flavors and sizes heirlooms come in is overwhelming and at times magical; blue tomatoes anyone?
Like a Diagon Alley for rumrunners and pirates, a secret, unmapped passageway in Greenport will be the entrance to a magical world of food, drink and seafaring memorabilia on Friday, September 19 from 6 to 9 p.m.