Hen of the Woods Market, owned and operated by Jonathan Bernard, is a specialty store in Southampton dedicated to the rare, the memorable, the hard-to-find.
The North Fork is renowned for its dreaminess—but for some residents and business owners, the reality behind the dream is much more nearly a nightmare.
L’Acquolina Pasta is crafted locally on the East End, with the best ingredients available: Organic Durum Semolina flour milled by Molini del Ponte in Sicily, Whole Wheat flour from Amber Waves Farm, and water.
Making wine into vinegar.
Since 2011, the series has welcomed East Enders to share in the glory of food, with conversation, cooking tips, demonstrations, and more.
Disset Chocolate is an artisanal, handcrafted chocolate label with all the structure, style and artistry of a couture fashion house.
Locals and visitors are invited to hang out, ask questions, or grab a bag of Dawn Patrol, their crowd-pleasing blend and ode to Montauk’s surf culture.
Nevertheless, they persisted.
In Sag Harbor, where restaurant life once kept the village afloat, a pivot (say it, shout it, love it) has allowed the town to not just survive, but thrive, during Covid-19.
Excellent coffee, homemade baked goods and a heavy dollop of hygge are just some of the things on offer at this East Hampton-based shop.
Coche Comedor’s menu reflects Mexican cuisine not typically available in American-based restaurants—and for good reason.
This market alone is worth the trip to Greece.