We know our wineries are fun and informative to visit. The rest of the country, including TripAdvisor, is figuring it out too. Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard has been ranked third place in the top 10 tours, among a list of eight California wineries and one from Wisconsin.
Restaurants have agreed to make a tax-deductible donation of 20 percent of their proceeds from dinner service on October 10 to AFI.
The second annual Westhampton Beach Oyster Festival will be shucking and dancing next Saturday at the village marina at the end of Library Avenue.
Edible writer Joanne Pateman has been visiting local restaurants and farms to see how the staff eats. At Garden of Eve everyone pitches in and sometimes romance blooms around the farm table.
We have so much great photography in our magazine that it’s hard to pick which one to feature on the cover. Some are partial to animals; for others, any pic with a kid in it is the winner.
Join Baykeeper Columbus Day weekend for a final gathering of the season. All proceeds will directly benefit Baykeeper’s programs to protect Long Island’s right to swimmable, drinkable and fishable waters, from the tips of the Twin Forks through the Great South Bay.
Harvest season is always a great time to visit the East End and take in our vineyards, farm stands and farmers markets. Many markets and stands will start to close next month, so get your vegetables now.
Earlier this month, Catapano Dairy Farm joined hundreds of farms across America for the country’s largest cheese competition hosted by the American Cheese Society in Wisconsin.
Our upcoming issue has a story by Melissa Feldman about a series of community dinners hosted and cooked by Ned Baldwin at Poquatuck Hall in Orient. All the ingredients are local, and the produce came from Latham’s farm.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has a track record of supporting New York’s small farmers and food producers. She was the first New York senator to serve on the House Committee on Agriculture in 41 years when she joined back in 2009, and has since been an ally to advocates for sustainable and localized food systems.
Edible East End would like to offer our deepest condolences for the loss of crewman Donald Alversa this past week.
Merliance, a trade association in place since 2005, has welcomed a new member. Lieb Cellars is the seventh winery ascribe to the opinion that merlot and merlot blends are the premiere wines to spring from the soil and climate of Long Island.