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New Year’s Eve Dinner and a Show with Cristina Fontanelli

The holiday season has arrived with the new year right around the corner. This season, Claude’s Restaurant at the Southampton Inn is offering awe-inspiring throwback dinner theater shows to close out 2021. 

North Fork Table & Inn’s New Menu

North Fork Table & Inn is introducing a new multi-tier dining experience. Known for its acclaimed prix fixe menu, the restaurant will be rolling out three new menus unique to specific areas of the restaurant — a departure from anything they’ve done in the past.

Foodstuffs: A New Lobster Roll , Baron’s Cove Christmas, Holiday Hams and Celebrating Seven...

On Friday, December 9, Lobster Roll, the iconic seasonal shack also known as LUNCH on the Napeague stretch, opened a second location at 32 Montauk Highway in Southampton. This is the latest addition to Lobster Roll’s legacy and the restaurant’s first year round location. The restaurant is housed in the space previously occupied by the Silver Lining Diner.

The Story Of Scrooge Returns to Greenport as a Dinner Theater Experience

It’s a festive, chilling and popular tale that has been told every year since it was written by Charles Dickens in 1843 — the story of Ebenezer Scrooge. And for the second year in a row, “A Christmas Carol” is being presented at Greenport’s First and South Bar & Restaurant as a holiday experience, featuring dinner and one-man show starring professional performer Scott H. Severance.

Dinner and a Show with Pianist Konstantin Soukhovetski

Back by popular demand, celebrated international pianist and composer, and Juilliard alumni and teacher, Konstantin Soukhovetski, returns to Claude’s Restaurant in Southampton for a dinner and a show on Friday, December 17.

Foodstuffs: Oodles of Noodles, Winter Prix Fixe and Holiday Eats

Noodle-Making Demo At Sen Sag Harbor Ever wanted to learn to make your own noodles? Now is your chance! Join Sen in Sag Harbor for...

Foodstuffs: Winter Specials and Kosher Cocktails

With winter setting in, time to get warm with dinner specials and cocktails.

Get Cooking: ‘Two Jews Making Food’ Debuts on LTV

It’s not exactly who you’d expect to find on the set of a buttoned up cooking show — but there he is, posted on the fridge — hunky actor Jason Mamoa, well, a photo of him anyways. He’s a focal point, technically. And sitting on an easel atop the counter to the left of the hosts? A painting of a sign reading “Oy Vey” by artist Lindsay Sochar.

 2021 Thanksgiving Dinner Round Up

Not in the mood to cook the full Thanksgiving feast this year? Luckily, there are lots of local local options for dining in or taking out.

Foodstuffs: Foragers Rejoice, DIY Pizza, Asian Cuisine and a winter Prix Fixe

It's fall, and there is a lot to choose from on area menus.

Foodstuffs: ‘Manna Mondays,’ Veterans Day Cabaret, a Wine Dinner and Fall Foods

Fall is in the air an on the menu at many East End eateries.

Hot Lunches Provided At BHCCC

For the past few months, yoga teacher and chef Corey De Rosa has been donating hot lunches to the food pantry at the Bridgehampton Child Care Center, which saw a huge increase in need in recent months.

Ribbon Cutting at Manna at Lobster Inn

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Manna at the Lobster Inn on October 18.

Foodstuffs: Restaurant Week Returns, Break Up the Drive, and Fall Eats on the South...

The tri-annual and award-winning Long Island Restaurant Week returns with fall prix fixe options across the island available from Sunday, November 7, to Sunday, November 14.

Foodstuffs: Harvest Dinner And Halloween Happenings

In a unique melding of food and art, Greenport-based VSOP Projects is bringing a collaborative Harvest Art Dinner to the South Fork in order to highlight the talent and tastes of the North Fork’s culinary, artistic and mixologist communities.

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