The Long Island Pine Barrens, an undeveloped expanse of pitch pine, oak and wetland communities within Suffolk County, spans approximately 100,000 acres, encompasses three…
This summer the Chowder Pot is getting a new owner and with it a facelift and a new name—the Blue Canoe Oyster Bar and Grill.
J. Kings, the Long Island–based food supply company, has bought the former Blackman’s building on Sound Avenue in Riverhead, and will use the 108,000-square-foot building not only to help local farmers move, say, corn west, but it will also house space rented by the Long Island Farm Bureau and, potentially, the Long Island Wine Council for its members to use for their own storage, processing and distribution.
It’s been a good year for Keith and Nancy Kouris, the owners of Blue Duck Bakery with stores in Southampton and Southold. In May,…
There was a time in New York when most foods were delivered by cart. Amid the tenements of the Lower East Side, vendors used horses to drag wagons over cobblestones to feed the masses.
The matrimony of beer and coffee within Main Street Coffee Porter—a silk, garnet-hued porter brewed by BrickHouse Brewery & Restaurant using house-roasted Maui Yellow…
This year, he’s got a new olfactory treat for the senses: the 2011 Aromatico ($25).
What are East End eateries offering folks for whom nutrition rivals taste?
Herds of cows, pigs, goats and sheep are expanding on the East End.
Working a Montauk fish trap with Stuart Heath and Nicky Havens.
Where one writer likes to shop in Riverhead Town.
While waiting for your turn at the tee, consider these golf course eateries.