Unlike THC — the cannabinoid with the legendary power of producing euphoric sensations — cannabidiol, or CBD, is inert. But because it adopts some of marijuana’s pain-killing properties, it is the perfect candidate for, say, a delicious tea or latte.
On Tuesday night, Townline BBQ — located at 3593 Townline Road in Sagaponack — will pair its classic barbecue fare with feature selections from The Dalmore Principal Collection and a specially rolled signature cigar from Manhattan’s Soho Cigar Bar
Dubbed a “perfect destination for summer dining,” the Montauk beachfront staple — located at 16 Navy Road — opened for its ninth season last month.
The new, casual seafood eatery in Montauk, with a mantra of “pure and simple,” aims to highlight the local saltwater bounty in an approachable, affordable setting all year long.
It is interesting to consider, with the benefit of hindsight, what ancient human species stumbled upon the quivering, still living slip of oyster meat and designated it fit for consumption.
Harbor Bistro will open for its 13thseason on Thursday, April 19, at 5 p.m. — serving up a fresh appearance, new dishes and mainstay classics.
Tora Matsuoka, who started his career in hospitality at the age of 13 in his father’s Sag Harbor restaurant, Sen, will manage the Claudio’s restaurant complex in Greenport.
Over the past 30 years, there is one common thread through much of Stephanie Villani’s life: the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket.
Weight Watchers does not work in Paris — at least as far as Liz and Arie Pavlou are concerned.
The team behind Bridgehampton’s Almond Restaurant, an East End stalwart, will expand their purview with another venture. L&W Market.
Last spring, in its 15th edition, the annual Hamptons Restaurant Week rebranded itself as East End Restaurant Week, which better reflected the dining promotion
Illustrator Paul Davis has helped shape the world of design — working for the likes of Disney, Rolling Stone and The New Yorker.
La Superica, the Sag Harbor restaurant loved by locals for its oversized burritos, perfect margaritas and sunsets over Windmill Beach, will not re-open this spring, according to owner Ken O’Donnell.
A bit of Abruzzo is coming to the East End thanks to the owners of Il Mulino, the famed restaurant group in Manhattan which has eateries scattered across the country and around the world.
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day — and they want their Irish soda bread.