Local chefs are turning up the heat in more ways than one.
“What the loss of Bourdain comes down to,” says Almond chef Jeremy Blutstein, “is that he gave cooks a voice and he opened people’s eyes to the fact that it wasn’t some white guy… searing your foie gras. It was someone from Ecuador. It’s immigrants that make restaurants happen.”
Last year’s harvest is history. This year’s, worthy of celebration.
Great things happen when Colin Ambrose and the Sag Harbor Express come together to host a block party.
Food is bond—and now, effective April 1, two of the East End’s best chefs are formally bonded.
As we eagerly await East by Northeast’s reopening, we take a journey back into the kitchen of Montauk’s best chef.
What happens when 1 pig from Sullivan County meets 5 beers from Montauk Brewing Company and 2 of the East End’s best chefs? Magic.
At the Common Table With Quail Hill Farm.