Cavaniola’s caters hundreds of events each year for others. On September 22, they threw a once-in-a-lifetime wedding for themselves.
Just a few of our favorite things to get you through the season of eggplants, Brussels sprouts and oysters.
The last minute guide to a local Thanksgiving on the East End, whether you cook or not.
From generous sampling to shelves of beautiful product to wine next door, the Sag Harbor-based cheesemonger has attracted many regulars.
On Saturday, Feb. 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Topping Rose House will host its second monthly farmers market in their restored barn with some of the East End’s best artisans, farmers and purveyors. The market will continue on the third Saturday of each month from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This type of weather always leaves us wondering: What do people eat when they’re surrounded by snow all the time? Think of the Alps.
These holidays give the gifts that support our food and beverage artisans.
The holidays are a great time to look close by for presents. Local wineries, markets, farms and nonprofits will gladly make up gift baskets and gift certificates. Think about donating open space in someone’s name.
From sorbet to oysters, there is a bumper crop of food startups that hit the streets just in time for summer. From sorbet to oysters, here’s how we’re re stocking our summer pantry.
Whether for Long Island wine country sojouners or locals, this new dairy offering will enhance an already rich Greenport gastronomic experience–setting the standard high for its sister whaling town across the bay.
Over the holidays, the Sag Harbor cheesemonger Michael Cavaniola unearthed a 1977 magazine article about his family’s cheese store in Fort Lee, N.J., that described an uncanny resemblance to the cheese shop, kitchen and wine shop that Michael and wife Tracey run today.
My local cheese shop, Cavaniola’s, is closed for the week. Fortunately, we stocked up on Friday. Even better, Cavaniola’s has opened a location in Tribeca, the keystone cheesemonger in the new All Good Things market, alongside Orwasher’s Bread, Dickson’s Farmstead Meats, Blue Bottle coffee, a restaurant, a bar and more to attract crowds of hungry New Yorkers.