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:
Small batch chocolate cookbooks and podcasts questioning the choice to award Monsanto with the World Food Prize — yep, must be what the Edible staff is reading, watching and listening to this week.
Forty years ago a car ride down the Main Road on the North Fork meant something quite different than it does today. The landscape was still agriculture, broken at intervals by small towns. But it didn’t mean wine country: there were no tasting rooms nor grape vines to the horizon.
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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!
Keeping track of the food world, let alone the East End food world is a big job. We at Edible always have our ears to the ground for what’s going on locally, but as they say, you’ve got to think globally and act locally. Here’s what has crossed the radar of staff members for our four titles, Edible Long Island, Edible Manhattan, Edible Brooklyn and, yours truly, Edible East End. We’d love to hear what you’re reading too. Tell us on twitter @edibleeastend.
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.
Our Fall 2013 issue has a beautiful spread featuring the hardworking educators and volunteers that have made more than 20 school gardens happen with more on the way. Below find videos that show how it all works.
In our Fall Issue, Brian Halweil wrote about the new machines pressed into service at Bell & Anchor that will make brunch there even better than it was before. Here are some of our other favorites.