It’s the last weekend before July 4, when things really start to get crazy. Ideas for you wine country visit are here!
Dan’s Taste of Summer is so close we can practically taste it.
Take part in a blind tasting contest to raise money for healthcare for farm workers.
Join Peconic Green Growth for NoFo Blue + Green Tours—showcasing the best sustainable practices for bays, farms, backyards, and gardens—on Saturday, June 6.
On July 10 gather with the like-minded to help stock our bays with filter feeders.
Rosé is sweet, but the opportunity to support a great cause is sweeter. How lucky, then, that you can enjoy both on Saturday, June 13, at Navy Beach in Montauk.
The first event by The Food Lab, a new program at Stony Brook Southampton, is organized around the interests and needs of people working at all links in the food chain.
Come taste a beer that wouldn’t have happened without all the creative, fun, hard-working, and slightly deranged people you find at the Brooklyn Brewery.
We’ve got the full list of participating restaurants, food artisans, wineries and breweries
First annual Good Cider event, organized by sister pub Edible Manhattan, was juicy!
Participating restaurants offer a three-course prix fixe menu for $27.95, every night they are open except Saturday when the menu may only be offered until 7 p.m.
The Peconic Land Trust kicks off its 6th annual Spring Lecture Series, Long Island Grown II: Food and Beverage Artisans at Work, at Bridge Gardens with afternoon conversations with local farmers and producers of specialty items; Sundays March 1 through April 19.