Great things happen when Colin Ambrose and the Sag Harbor Express come together to host a block party.
Have you always wanted to sit and eat in Estia’s beautiful garden? Now you can.
Because the most important meal of the day should always come with maple syrup.
Watching movies will make you hungry. Here are six places to eat during the East End’s biggest film fest.
Eat, drink, and earn good karma at this event to benefit ALS Ride for Life, Project Most, and Slow Food East End.
Watch Steve Haweeli interview friend-of-Edible Colin Ambrose, the chef-owner of Estia’s, and Laura Donnelly of the East Hampton Star.
With many restaurants and food businesses still without power, and big buyers of Long Island produce like J. Kings and Fresh Direct reporting no gas for their fleets, the densely-planted raised beds behind Estia’s restaurant in Sag Harbor provide inspiration for storm-mitigating self-sufficiency.