Move over, Starbucks.
October is a delicious month. Celebrate its arrival with pumpkin-flavored everything.
Guests can now enjoy the cafe’s beloved menu all day long.
Wake up and smell the Hampton Coffee Company in Aquebogue.
Looking to eat your heart out for a good cause? On Saturday, January 30, Love Bites returns to benefit Katy’s Courage and the Scarlett Fund.
We at Edible East End, would love to thank everyone who came to our annual Food Truck Derby last Friday. There were sliders, pizza from a wood fired oven, delicious ice cream, crepes, grilled cheese and wine and beer and iced tea and so much more. We hope to see you next year and that the weather will be as fantastic as it was this year.
This is the time to buy apples at the Milk Pail, but there’s more than Macintoshes, Galas and Red Delicious.
From January 12 to 17, from Montauk to Westhampton the first Hamptons Wellness Week will offer $5 classes.
Winter on the East End does not mean our farmers are lonely or expect to be forgotten, for our local food scene stays vibrant. And we have plenty to write about.
Long Island’s largest roaster blazes new ground with a café at Stony Brook University and a new pour-over bar.
As appreciation of coffee in the U.S. continues to surge, the small fraternity of coffee roasters on Long Island has enjoyed recent growth. But none have grown more than the Hampton Coffee Company, originally founded in Watermill in 1994, when there was just one Starbucks on the island.
There’s single barrel bourbon, single malt scotch, estate grown wine and, of course, coffee. For those who live in a bean-growing area, it’s matter…