The Sag Harbor Elementary School held its fifth annual Multi-Culti Night this month to celebrate the varied heritage of its students and eat some really good food.
This year’s April 6 fund-raiser will return to The American Hotel for the dinner, but the pre-dinner cocktail party has outgrown its previous home at the Bay Street Theater; this year guests will gather at Dodds & Eder in Sag Harbor.
We’re talking about wood pigeon, partridge, duck and vension: It’s Topping Rose’s Winter Game Weekend from January 18 through 20.
From January 12 to 17, from Montauk to Westhampton the first Hamptons Wellness Week will offer $5 classes.
Besides the delicious wine, there’s another reason to venture out: Winterfest 2014 Live on the Vine, its seventh iteration, when wineries and musicians and bed-and-breakfasts and restaurants team up to cater to tourists and locals alike.
A four-week discussion course at Canio’s offers an opportunity to share thoughts and feelings, raise questions and concerns about climate change.
I think the people who get the most use out of these lists are the ones who leave New Year’s Eve to the last minute. These may also be the kind of people who really don’t want anything to do on New Year’s but feel bad for themselves at the last minute.
Ring in the New Year with Slow Food! The East End’s convivium is holding a communal post-holiday Slow Food potluck feast to welcome 2014. Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz, Slow Food East End’s chair, is hosting a Snail Dinner in her home, the first snail potluck to be held on the South Fork.
Oil, the symbol of the miracle of Hannukkah, will be the centerpiece of Temple Adas Israel’s Hanukkah Party on December 1 from 3to 6 p.m.
I was tasting, sipping and photographing Long Island’s best food and drink while talking with like-minded strangers and friends. As I took a bite of the candied bacon strip that was in my dickens cider by Roots Bistro Gourmand, I locked eyes with my friend T.W. Barritt, a contributor to Edible Long Island and author of the blog Culinary Types.
Whether carefully studying the horizon to create a giant raked drawing on a beach or catching the perfect wave, his talents are fleeting to the natural environment.
Long Island Wine Country had a lot to celebrate about. In fact, 1,300 wine and food enthusiasts, including Gov. Andrew Cuomo, gathered under a festive billowing tent to raise a glass and cheer for 40 years of winemaking at the fourth annual HARVEST East End at McCall Vineyard & Ranch in Cutchogue.