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Wölffer Introduces Christian’s Cuvée Merlot

The staff at Wölffer Estate Vineyard pride themselves on staying true to their heritage and committed to producing premium quality wines. This autumn will mark a momentous release for their most prestigious wine, 2017 Christian’s Cuvée Merlot.

Montauk Library’s Cuisine Concerts Series

Combining the pleasures of good food and good music, the Montauk Library’s “Cuisine Concert Series” presents videos made by some of the library’s most engaging guest artists. Each half-hour video includes demos of the artists’ favorite family recipes plus a fantastic mini-concert. 

Feast And Famine For The Restaurant Industry In The Summer Of COVID

But on the South Fork at least, after a summer that saw very few rainy days, crowds that did not seem to ebb and flow with the passing of weekends and a gradual easing of both fears about the spread of the virus and the restrictions protecting against it, concerns have eased for some.

Get Cooking this Fall with Loaves and Fishes

Sybille van Kempen, owner of the renowned Loaves and Fishes Food Store (loavesandfishes.us) is excited to release the second set of farm-to-table cookbooks in the Loaves and Fishes Farm Series.

The Climate Corner: Vineyards Explore Organic Methods

“Someday, we may not even have the wines that we now know, like Chardonnay and Burgundy,” says Larry Perrine, partner at Channing Daughters Winery in Bridgehampton. “But we’ll always have rosé, right?” I ask, trying to hide the tears in my eyes.

Foodstuffs: Emmy Squared, Great BBQ and Greek at the Beach

New Yorkers who have headed out here from their urban digs to ride out quarantine can still enjoy their favorite pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches at home from Emmy Squared, a Detroit-style pizza and burger chain with locations across the city. Available every weekend until Labor Day, the team from Emmy Squared will make special weekend deliveries to those enjoying summer on the East End.

Fire Up The Grill With Roman Roth And Cara Nicoletti

A special fiery evening of food and wine for four people with Wölffer Estate Vineyard partner and winemaker Roman Roth along with Seemore Meats & Veggies founder Cara Nicoletti will take place on Thursday, August 13. From 6 to 7:30 p.m., Roth and Nicoletti will be hosting a virtual evening of grilling with the perfect wine pairings.

Summer Supper Basket for Southampton History Museum

This year, it’s not possible for groups to gather to celebrate and raise funds for local cultural institutions. But the Southampton History Museum has come up with an ingenious way to give its patrons another way to celebrate the season, support the museum and enjoy some fine food and drink.

NYC Restaurant Launches Summer Location in Montauk

Donna Lennard, Justin Smillie, and their team from il Buco in New York City are heading east for an exciting summer residency. They’re thrilled to introduce il Buco at Mostrador Marram in Montauk.

Chef Nicholas Vogel Joins Baron’s Cove

Last winter, Nicholas Vogel made the decision to move from Washington, D.C., to Sag Harbor so he could take over as executive chef at the Restaurant at Baron’s Cove. At the time, he envisioned a smooth transition to life on the East End. After all, though coronavirus was on the horizon, it had not yet surfaced in the United States. But it didn’t take long for the pandemic to alter his plans.

A First Ever ‘Drag Brunch’ Slated for the East End

With pandemic, there also comes opportunity and this weekend, Sag Harbor's Robert Kohnken — that is, Naomi, The Crown Jewel of the Hamptons — will be taking the stage in Our Fabulous Drag Brunch, an event taking place on Sunday, July 26, at 11 a.m. at the Inn Spot on the Bay in Hampton Bays.

Meet the Pitmasters

Time to fire up the smoker! Green Hill Kitchen & Que in Greenport will host a Pitmaster Series, which will welcome well known chefs from around the country who will cook alongside Chef Matty Boudreau.

Sybille Van Kempen Launches Farm-To-Table Cookbook Series

There was a time when Anna Pump and her daughter, Sybille van Kempen, were two captains of one ship. When one said, “left,” the other said “right.” When one said, “yes,” the other, predictably, said, “no.” But that didn’t stop the mother-daughter team from working in tandem for 35 years

Embracing Outdoor Dining In The Harbor

Across the Sag Harbor business district, restaurants, struggling to overcome from the upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic, have embraced the concept of outdoor dining in ways never seen before.

Outdoor Dining Creates New Opportunity for 1770 House Executive Chef Michael Rozzi

Outdoor Dining Creates New Opportunity for 1770 House Executive Chef Michael Rozzi

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