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.
Restaurants have agreed to make a tax-deductible donation of 20 percent of their proceeds from dinner service on October 10 to AFI.
Taylor Knapp, the chef at First and South, is starting a new business: the business of snails. He and a former co-worker, Sean Nethercott, will be building a greenhouse on the grounds of a Peconic Land Trust incubator in Cutchogue to grow the only fresh escargot available in the U.S.
The roving culinary circus, with an impossibly long table, returns to EECO Farm for a one-night-only feast in the field, September 10.
Starting next month, the James Beard Foundation will launch Taste America: a national tour of 10 cities over five weekends beginning September 20 in Chicago and Miami, and finishing October 19 in Phoenix and Boston. Take part by dining at Scrimshaw
A culinary tour of the East End through the eyes of a hungry college student
Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk is in full swing during its third season.
With that knowledge that squid is one of our most sustainable seafood choices, Edible and Almond Restaurant and Bar in Bridgehampton have teamed up to serve an all-squid and rosé dinner on May 15.
The new chef at the Riverhead Project has worked at Bouchon Bakery in Manhattan and South Edison in Montauk; most recently he assisted chef Zak Pelaccio at his new restaurant Fish & Game in Hudson, New York.
Red Hook Lobster Pound and Sweet‘tauk Lemonade
are set to open a Montauk store, at 34 South Etna Avenue, early this May.
‘I always thought a diner was the perfect type of restaurant for out here because it caters to everyone, regardless of their circumstances, from laborers to billionaires.’