Our favorite drinking village with a fishing problem ain’t dead—or completely gentrified—just yet.
R.AIRE at The Hampton Maid lives up to its name, offering locals and visitors alike a truly rare, exceptional tasting menu.
This year, Moby’s, which opens this month, is back on Pantigo, for the second year in a row.
Their baguettes are a well-loved secret among East End folk, despite the bakery’s newness.
Finally, spectacular food in the space of a few taps.
The restaurant’s meat dishes, large-format and served sliced for a crowd, are some of the best bargains in town.
Go for the brisket. Keep going for everything else.
The air purifiers are new; the delicious cuisine, thankfully, remains the same.
These kits pair well with football and staying safe at home.
Spoiler Alert: There isn’t a single “perfect Thanksgiving wine.”
Everything old is new again in Southold.
Diners desperate for a taste of normalcy will find it in the reliably fantastic French fare at Pierre’s in Bridgehampton.