The latest addition to the Shelter Island restaurant scene is a mix of Key West, Puerto Rico, New Hampshire and fresh delicious food.
What’s new on the eatery scene in Montauk, Sag Harbor and East Hampton.
I doesn’t seem that long ago, when our editor in chief Brian Halweil was out on the Main Road in Southold taking pictures as…
Five courses based on goat milk, meat and cheese all paired with local wine.
On Monday nights at Bruce & Son in Greenport chef Taylor Knapp will be cooking for a single seating.
The restaurant boom on the North Fork continues with some worthy additions. I have a favorite at each one.
Every Sunday, “driven by what comes out of the ground,” Sybille Van Kempen and chef Arie Pavlou collaborate on the week’s menu. Every Monday, the menu is e-mailed to customers who sign up on their website.
Release your inner flapper and dine in 1920s style.
A chef’s love affair with a pig roaster.
From super fancy to the best Italian deli, these restaurants are open year round.
The Chew has been giving the East End some love and Nick & Toni’s in particular. Last week they were out here to film in the restaurant’s vegetable garden, and at Quail Hill and Topping Rose, for a segment on Jeff Negron and his business taking care of gardens for restaurants. This week they’ve put up a video about the East Hampton restaurant and how it’s always been important there to stick to locally grown produce and locally caught fish. Looking good guys!
Vine Street is also known for their impeccable wine list, which pairs great with my favorite meal: the spaghetti bolognese made by chef Matthew Bourdreau.