Peconic Bay scallop tacos, anyone?
The first episode of Edible on the Road is here and its host, Chef Plum, is about to make you very, very hungry.
In Montauk, another stop on the taco trail.
his is the weekend to go to Montauk. We already told you about the Seafood Festival; now, when that closes up at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13, roll into downtown for La Brisa‘s closing party. There will be a guest DJ and their full dinner and cocktail menus. Edible had our subscriber appreciation party there this summer and the tacos, which are at the end of the now-famous Taco Trail, are to die for. The restaurant will reopen in May.
If you missed our outrageously delicious subscriber-appreciation party, do not fear. You still have a whole summer to enjoy the South Fork Taco Trail, and to sign up for future subscriber parties.
Yes, we said Taco Trail.
Yesterday, Stephen and I celebrated Cinco de Mayo a bit early, with a working lunch of tacos and horchata at La Fondita in Amagansett….