More than dozen East End restaurants and wineries will unite for the fourth annual Taste of Tuckahoe fundraiser to benefit Tuckahoe School. The event will be held on Friday, April 25 from 7-10p.m at the 230 Elm restaurant. This year will feature a VIP hour from 6-7p.m.
Join Baykeeper Columbus Day weekend for a final gathering of the season. All proceeds will directly benefit Baykeeper’s programs to protect Long Island’s right to swimmable, drinkable and fishable waters, from the tips of the Twin Forks through the Great South Bay.
It was a beautiful evening last Saturday, when Paumanok Vineyard’s first bubbly, the 2009 Blanc de Blanc, made its debut. The occasion was the 30th anniversary celebration of the Massoud family’s winery in Aquebogue.
Support the work of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County’s Marine Program by dining at local restaurants.
The Peconic Land Trust’s Ag Center is once again the kick-off point for the North Fork Foodie Tour. Hosted by the North Fork Reform…
Meet in New Suffolk for a perfect end-of-summer evening on the North Fork. Enjoy fresh, briny local oysters, savory hors d’oeuvres, champagne and wine at a very special, private waterfront venue!
The fourth annual HARVEST EAST END, the largest tasting of Long Island wine on the Island, is this Saturday, August 24, featuring wineries, top restaurants, food makers and so much more. Edible will be there and so should you.
A sea of smiles and sweet tunes rolled into Riverhead last night for the All for the East End event at Martha Clara Vineyards, which brought a thousand-plus guests to the Sound Avenue farm to dance and nosh the night away in the name of the region’s thousand-plus nonprofits.
The North Fork Education Initiative’s second annual Share: A Celebration of Education fundraiser and cocktail reception was held last Sunday at Golden Earthworm Organic Farm in Jamesport, to benefit the Peconic Community School.
The first fundraiser for All for the East End is coming up in three days. We profiled the organization and its founding in our latest issue. The idea is a central clearing house to provide aid to all of the East End’s nonprofits, especially the smaller ones that attend to environment and the less fortunate.
Now you – and a friend – can get in to AFTEE’s inaugural fundraising event in this buy-one-get-one special. Presenting sponsor BNB will pick up your friend’s ticket when you purchase your own at full price
A symphony of top chefs from Manhattan to the Hamptons rolled up their sleeves and cooked for a cause; signature hors d’oeuvres were made using the local bounty, while brewers, winemakers and specialty drink enthusiasts poured.