Twenty local wineries and five Long Island breweries will be serving drinks. Early bird tickets are available until October 16 and cost $20, which includes a subscription. General admission is $30.
The first print issue of Edible Long Island has arrived and we couldn’t be happier, or more gratified. In fact, we are so happy we are having a launch party. Join us on Wednesday, November 6, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Jewel Restaurant in Melville and help us bask in the moment.
The American Farmland Trust and Cornell Cooperative Extension aim to eliminate financial risk for innovative farmers while improving water quality for Suffolk County residents.
Grey Horse Tavern sources as local as their own backyard.
Edible Long Island writer Cristina Cosentino has a great article in the first issue of the magazine (available in all e-formats) that talks of the history of farmers on Long Island and how farmers markets are making a comeback with the help of governments, civic associations and the dogged energy of dedicated residents.